PRLog - Jun. 11, 2014 - COPENHAGEN, Denmark -- A new Syllabus is to be the core of Software Product Management Training in Copenhagen. The Syllabus now includes training on UX Design and Business Models. The course is the brainchild of The International Software Product Management Association, (ISPMA) provided and produced by TBK Academy®.
Product managers in software companies are faced with the challenging task of ensuring that their company's products meet the requirements of their customers and of the market. Aiming to provide software product managers with the best possible tools to tackle this challenge, TBK Academy® is providing the training course 'Software Product Management.'
Software Product Management excellence is a key success factor in industries delivering software intensive products or packaged software, and in companies offering services based on software and IT.
Based on the course design and curriculum developed by ISPMA, TBK Academy® will be using the revised 2014 Syllabus in their training 1-3 September 2014 in Copenhagen, Denmark. The training introduces UX Design, features a new segment on the Impact from Development Methodologies and reviews Ecosystem Management as part of the new 2014 Syllabus.
The course is be facilitated by Hans-Bernd Kittlaus.
Hans-Bernd Kittlaus is an internationally renowned SPM expert, trainer, and Board Member of ISPMA. He is a former Software Product Manager at IBM in Germany. He has published the book, 'Software Product Management and Pricing', and is the product management consultant for companies such as Lycos, Deutsche Telekom and Samsung. Hans-Bernd is certified as ISPMA Software Product Manager, as Scrum Product Owner and as Practitioner of the Project Management Standard PRINCE2.
The course provides certification
The course is being set up in cooperation with The International Software Product Management Association, which will accredit the certification of course participants.
“The results of the training exceeded our high expectations. This training has proven to be a major step in Samsung SDS’ efforts to extend our software product business." Giyeong Son, Vice President, Samsung SDS, Korea
The course, covering three whole days, will run 1-3 September 2014 in Copenhagen, Denmark with a maximum of 15 participants.
For more information and booking: http://www.tbkacademy.com