Technical Skills for Product Managers - Workshop


Product Management is the most versatile position in a startup: sitting between customer needs and technical team, the Product Manager needs to understand and analyze users behavior and translate it into features and user stories.
As such, a product manager needs to acquire a very diverse set of skills, from being able to work with design tools to understanding a database schema.

In this workshop, we will cover the most important skills that a product manager needs to master:
• Product pitch: precisely define your value proposition
• Mockup: make a basic mockup of your app using Figma
• Database: what's the core database scheme of your product
• User stories: write and organise your user stories on Trello

This workshop is also suitable for entrepreneurs, and will give you a simple methodology to precisely define the product you want to build, as well as work efficiently with developers and designers without unnecessary processes or misunderstandings.

We will take lots of real-life example (Product Hunt, Airbnb, etc..) to illustrate this workshop.

We are extremely happy to partner with Venture Cafe Tokyo for this event!
Every Thursday, Venture Cafe gathers 300+ attendees at Toranomon Hills for a night of tech and entrepreneurship.


• No pre-requisite, this is a workshop for beginners
• No need to bring your laptop


About Le Wagon Tokyo

Le Wagon Tokyo ( is a coding school for startups, creative people and tech entrepreneurs. Our 9-week full-time or 24-week part-time Full-Stack Coding Bootcamps ( are designed for complete beginners or "half-beginners" who really want to dive into programming and, above all, change their mindset.
Learn to think like a developer, consider issues with new insight, and become more autonomous thanks to these newly acquired abilities.

The next Tokyo batch will start on January 13th and applications are open:

Our part-time bootcamp is now open! The second part-time session will start on March 21st.
Discover the schedule, curriculum and more: