Understanding the market and the problems it faces is key to creating and marketing products people want to buy. Foundations teaches you how to listen to the market, and then guide decisions, prioritize projects and drive results using the market knowledge you gain. It’s also a prerequisite for every other Pragmatic Marketing course.
Attend Foundations and learn how to:
Get everyone on the same page.
Pragmatic Marketing Framework helps teams speak the same language, better understand roles and responsibilities and collaborate more effectively.
Tune into the market.
Stop talking about your opinion and start talking about your market. Learn practical techniques to identify the entire market, truly listen to it and become its messenger.
Uncover strategic opportunities.
Use your market understanding to identify strategies that minimize risks and optimize results.
Who Should Attend
The most successful implementations occur at companies where individuals from all key departments attend Foundations: executive leadership, product management, marketing, development, sales and more.
Key Deliverables Covered
Pragmatic Marketing Framework, roles and responsibilities and gap analysis.
Public Training$1,195 USD
$1,495 for courses in the UK
We offer multi-course training events all around the world with great opportunities to network with your peers.
Prefer a private training, tailored for and delivered
specifically to your company?
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What do our customers have to say about our training?
Ford Motor Company realized a 75-99% improvement in customer satisfaction/NPS since taking Pragmatic Marketing training.
Pragmatic Marketing training taught me the basics and the foundation of product management. I was able to grasp the role and my responsibilities as a newer product manager in the field.
A Practical Approach to Products
People aren’t buying your products. And no matter how much time, effort or money you invest in building and marketing those products, the reason is often the same: You’ve listened to the wrong people. It's time to implement a pragmatic, outside-in approach to building and marketing products that sell.
Pragmatic Marketing courses are offered all around the world.