Are you an accidental Product Manager?

9 week online PM Bootcamp course for existing PMs to provide structured learning, boost your confidence & rise up the career ladder.


Futuristic Collaborative Study material
Course content, video lectures, assignments, and tutorials have been created in collaboration with the top Product Managers across the world.


Why this matters?

1. Reduces bias that comes with a single instructor

2. Multiple collaborators ensure constant validation of the course content

3. The course content gets a healthy cross-pollination of ideas from best global practices

Revolutionary new learning
Live tutorials by top Product Managers
The importance of applied learning can't be over-emphasized. We have created a global network of world's best Product Managers and they will be conducting live tutorial sessions, in which you will apply the learned concepts along with course mates.
What is a live tutorial? 
A live tutorial is a live online session conducted by mentor where every team presents their case study solution to mentor and other cohort members. Gaps identified in the application skills and understanding of core concepts are highlighted by mentors to improve further and iterate. Followed by 360 degree review and grading - mentor, peers and self. 


Frequently Asked Questions

 Bhola Meena
Founder, OnlineTyari

Backed by Dell Foundation 

 We conducted Talvinder's Product Management course at our office to learn product management and to set product processes. I must say that it was an eye-opening session and we learnt a month worth of knowledge in that one day training itself. We have applied the learnings and are seeing success.
 Highly recommend him and his course. He is an amazing coach with a flair of explaining complex concepts in easy to understand analogies.
Surbhi Dangi on Talvinder Singh
Mayank Sancheti
Growth Product Manager, Zoomcar, ex-OYO
Talvinder is a seasoned product specialist with whom I got a chance to work directly with and learned a lot from. He has in-depth knowledge of the various principles of product management, knows all the tools of the trade and keeps himself abreast with every new technological development in the world. 

He has the unique ability to succinctly explain value propositions, prioritize features and build valuable and feasible roadmaps. Along with being a great product visionary, he is an inspiring leader, a good person at heart.
Nishkaam mehta on Talvinder SIngh






When does the course start? 
Upcoming cohorts: C9: 14th December 2019, C10: 18th January 2020 , C11: 27 February 2020
What is the refund & cancellation policy?
Full refund is guaranteed if you raise request within stipulated time. Please refer to our T&C document point 8 here
What industry is saying

about Talvinder

To get noticed, one needs to




the competitors

That's a task that is obviously unsustainable. 

Spending, shouting or designing can't be done forever.

So, what to do?

Out-Product the competition!

This is the only sustainable competitive strategy.

Michael Porter would agree!




Differentiate via a great Product and associated Product Strategy.

Need Product Managers to 


Not any Product Manager, but well-rounded, skilled in business, design, and technology product management with ample hands-on experience.

Anyone can scan a bunch of articles, read a pile of books, watch few videos and claim to be a product manager. Applied experience and knowledge matters. Especially now, when technologies and channels have blown up, blowing up the number of skills that a Product Manager needs.

In the world with 7 billion apps and sites, product management skillset needs to be grounded in reality. 

To out-product, Pragmatic Product LeadersTM are needed.

 And it is incredibly difficult to be a

Pragmatic Product Leader

Too many skills and hands-on experience needed

 We read and analyzed 30+ online courses. 

We found that they are shallow in content and experience because:


Biased content

Almost all courses have been created and taught by one or two Product Managers, which heavily biases the content. One of the fundamental tenets of product management is to nullify bias and take objective decisions. It is ironical that this fundamental tenet is being ignored by the courses themselves.

No Personal touch

Pure online nature of the course restricts the personal touch that is needed in complex, multi-disciplinary subjects like Product Management. Online courses are great to reach out to a large student base but they perform very poorly in addressing the students at a granular level.


Applied Learning

Learning happens when the learning is applied. Just from watching videos and reading the material, one cannot gain competence as shown by Hermann Ebbinghaus in his seminal paper. He presented the "forgetting curve" to show how memory and learning works.  

 To summarize the numbers, learners retain approximately:

  • 90% of what they learn when they teach someone else/use immediately
  • 75% of what they learn when they practice what they learned
  • 50% of what they learn when engaged in a group discussion
  • 30% of what they learn when they see a demonstration
  • 20% of what they learn from audio-visual
  • 10% of what they learn when they've learned from reading
  • 5% of what they learn when they've learned from the lecture


From a typical online course, at most 20% retention can be expected, which in all regards is ostensibly poor.


Poor Motivation Levels

Learning in-silo requires a high level of motivation for consistent periods of time. This is almost impossible to get in pure video-based online courses. This results in abysmal completion rates. Completion rates of 4% to 20% are widely known.


Only Locally Relevant

Course content is locally sourced because the courses are taught by solo instructors. Courses originating from valley have valley specific approach, examples and so on. When Product Management fundamentals are global, why should the content be so local? For a student from London, such examples don't resonate well and hamper the learning flow.


Difficult? C'mon, there are so many online courses

What about offline courses?

Offline courses i.e. instructor-led classroom courses have some intrinsic benefits in terms of knowledge retention and instant feedback. Some offline product management courses are good but they all suffer from the following:

  • Very high fees, in the range of $6,000 to $10,000
  • Can't do it at your own pace, hence difficult to balance with job or studies

Regular classroom teaching suffers from force-fitting the learning and grasping pace on everyone. Obviously, some students will be far ahead and some students will be left far behind. The teacher has to teach for the perceived average student causing unhappiness for most of the students. 


Product Management Bootcamp Course

It is a proven fact that students learn the best when they apply the concepts and learn at their own pace. Hence, we carefully designed the pedagogy to emphasize the application of concepts in real-world scenario along with learning at own pace. This turns the students into Pragmatic Product Leaders by the end of the course.

How will the learning work?

Futuristic pedagogical method to learn Product Management

Nishkaam Mehta
 Head of Mobile Growth & Strategy, HULU, Angel investor
 Talvinder is an excellent product leader with an all-round expertise. Pick any topic and he will amaze you with his insights. He is hands-on with design, engineering as well as business strategy which I find incredible. Highly recommend working with him.
Nishkaam mehta on Talvinder SIngh
Rajesh Sawhney
Founder, GSF

 One of India's most successful angel investor

 I think very highly of Talvinder. He is a leader who is not afraid of taking risks and breaking status quo. He is also very good with product development.
Rajesh Sawhney GSF on Talvinder Singh
Surbhi Dangi
Product Manager - Global Strategy, Alibaba group

 Talvinder has a keen eye for product and usability - bringing structure, creativity and user centricity to products he works on. We always have great product and design pow-wows and he brings a unique perspective - having worked in the valley when his startup was part of 500Startups as well as in some leading startups in India. 

Talvinder is a hands-on product & design guy - working seamlessly with engineering, design, business, and all other stakeholders. Highly recommend working with him!
Surbhi Dangi on Talvinder Singh



Is there a Payment Plan? 
You need to pay upfront fee of  $849 for Bootcamp Core Course.
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Live tutorials by Product Managers from top technology firms

Product Management insights by Industry experts

"Product Management has to go back to basics. Too much fluff is floating around, theoretical has to give way to pragmatic. 

Product thinking is yet to enter the mainstream and needs to stop being an afterthought or only for hyper-funded startups."


Primary Course Author & Founder, Pragmatic Leaders

10+ years experience

ex-Product Head @ OYO Flagship | ex-CPO @ Freecultr

ex-Founder & CEO @ Tushky  |  500startups, GSF, IITB

Linkedin | Twitter | Medium | Facebook

experts from

Dealing with things sensibly and realistically in a way that is based on practical rather than theoretical considerations

Carrier of value, that users are willing to pay for

Someone who inspires and motivates people via influence, to follow a vision




Step 1 - Enroll
Pre-order and then enroll in the course, online. 
Step 2 - Team is assigned
Dynamically allocated teams every week to solve case studies.
Step 3 - Solve 2 case studies each week for 7 weeks
Lean on high-quality in-house content to solve 15 global industry-relevant case studies in 7 weeks.
Step 4 - Live Tutorials by top PMs
Attend live tutorials and present case study solutions to industry experts and your cohort members. Apply the learnings to actual problems, guided by industry experts. This is when you internalize your learnings. 
Step 5 - Build resume, portfolio and practice mock interviews with peers and experts
Live mentor sessions for interview mock, resume review, building LinkedIn profile and get ready to ace your PM interview.
Step 7 - Congratulations!
You have become a product manager with superpowers. You are now confident to rise up the career ladder or even transition to better opportunities 

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Extensive Job Preparation


Week 0

Week 1 to 7

Week 8 & 9

Week 10 

Step 6 - Yay! Certified!
Upon graduation, a certificate is awarded that you can put on your resume.

After week 10, only tutorial sessions end, our network, and support help you grow even after you graduate. This is a lifetime commitment. 

No more studying in-silos and stay stuck in your doubts. Get in live sessions and brainstorm together.
Strengthen concepts and gain confidence.
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Learn by applying and 
not just watching endless videos

Week on week we train you to develop a mindset to be able to solve problems that are vague or undefined with little or no information at hand, limited data, limited stakeholder access but still produce high result. Just like how the real world functions 

You do so by solving 15 global industry relevant case studies in 7 weeks. You solve these by pairing with team members. This team is dynamically allocated to you every week. You are merged in a team with people with complementary skill sets 

The litmus test of any product manager is when products are actually developed along with a development and designing team. That's when skills are really tested and multi-disciplinary competence shines through. 

Sadly, no course out there provides anything even remotely close to this fundamental skill. Project work of most courses end at "create a mockup" or "do user research" or "present roadmap" or some mutation of this. This is nothing short of ridiculous. A product manager is a team player and hence the project work should be reflective of that and not that of a lone wolf. 

 And lastly, the worst aspect is 

Poor Project Work

Reach us at in case of any further questions

 Shuchita Baranwal
 Head of design consumer products, OYO rooms, ex-Housing, ex-MakeMyTrip, ex-Adobe

 Talvinder is an inspiring leader and a competent product specialist that I have had a chance to work with. An extremely well rounded business leader / entrepreneur, equally well suited for a large and complex internet business and for setting up and scaling a business from scratch. He combines deep product insights with a keen sense of business and passion to solve end user goals.

He has been a great tutor and colleague. Apart from being a good leader he has the ability to work well with team while making them fuel with great energy. He empowers every team member to achieve his/her potential and drive teams towards larger goals. I had an amazing time working with Talvinder and continue to look up for advice and inputs.
Surbhi Dangi on Talvinder Singh

The course is choke-full of hands-on training on all products that are relevant to a product manager. We collaborated with the best tools in user research, data analytics, prototyping, product road mapping and everything else in between to give you the most relevant training straight from the product managers and founders of these products.

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Hands-on training in products that matter

Become a

Product Manager

with Super Powers

Kumar Rangarajan
Founder, Slang Labs, ex-Facebook, ex-LittleEyeLabs (acquired by Facebook), ex-IBM, ex-HP


Known Talvinder since 2012 when we were part of the inaugural batch of GSF accelerator. He is a highly enthusiastic, motivated and affable entrepreneur. Full of ideas and the will and determination to execute it. 

As an entrepreneur who had to don multiple hats, I appreciate the effort he is making to demystify Product Management and make it easily accessible to those wanting to skill up and learn a new and valuable skill.

Surbhi Dangi on Talvinder Singh


Pragmatic Leaders was founded with the objective of building a new generation of product managers and train them for the jobs of the future. We strongly believe that 3 elements - train through our proven courses, engage via global community & events, employ via our industry partners.

Product Management Bootcamp CourseGlobal Community for Product ManagersJob Board for Product Managers

Explore the Product Ecosystem

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In the words of students who were already PMs when they joined, "Before this program, I was just winging it. This program gave me a structure, data-driven approach vs gut feel which puts me in a solid position to go up the career ladder." 

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In a nutshell, 

Deep and engaging content

Lots of case studies, fun quizzes, and tutorials,

Enlightening discussions,

Intriguing assignments,

Deep industry engagements.


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The course covers everything that a Product Manager of tomorrow will need and has been designed to equip him/her with the confidence and the insight needed to create Product Leaders.

We are opening up only limited Seats for our next cohorts because we want to ensure individual attention as you deserve deep engagement, quality over quantity, and right nurturing to help you become Pragmatic Product Leader.

Here's all you get if you ACT NOW...

✅ 1-year unlimited access to all modules of Bootcamp PM course 

✅ 15 real-world global case study solving in teams

15 in-depth video lessons to solve Cases Studies  

✅Case study presentation to mentor & cohort members 

✅ Weekly doubt session with mentor  

✅ 120+ hours of structured learning content on LMS 

✅ 2 weeks of interview preparation & job readiness 

✅ Extensive work on LinkedIn profile 

✅ Resume building & mock interviews 

✅ Access to the global Job board 

 3 months of learning support 

 Access to our exclusive Product Community

The investment for the course:



Limited seats available!

Software is eating the world
In less than 6 years, Marc's prophecy has proven true. Software is all around us. Users are way more comfortable with apps, websites, and interactions. 

No wonder then, it is increasingly more difficult to differentiate and get noticed. 

has eaten

- Marc Andreeson, 2011

5.5 Million Apps

1.5 Billion Websites

- As of Nov '17

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Years of Average Work Experience


Students from Top Colleges including Stanford, Waterloo & Indian Institute of Technology

What does our Cohort look like?


Cultural Diversity

Diverse cultural backgrounds from 10 global cities

Meet our Graduates

I don't have a technical background, will this course enable me to become a Product Manager? 
Yes. The course assumes nothing and has been built from scratch covering business, design,
and technology concepts. Learners with non-tech background will find it easy to pick up the concepts and apply the learning on a week on week basis. Irrespective of your background, you will be able to benefit from the course.



How much time should I Commit?
The current estimate is as per 8-15hrs/week. You may be able to complete certain modules faster over others, depending on your past experience & expertise. Hence, the variance in time commitment per week. 
The pragmatic core variant will take 9 weeks for completion. If you choose to take the course with the add-on: 1:1 mentorship, build your own capstone project and confirmed interviews, additional 2-3 weeks must be added to the total estimate (Total of 12 weeks approx).




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This course is designed from first principles thinking , focused on applied learning to build Pragmatic Product Leaders and not just product managers



I am a Product Manager with 3 years of experience, will this program benefit me?
Yes, the Bootcamp core course has been designed for existing PMs and product folks
who may have accidentally landed up in their jobs and hence lack clear strong foundation which may hinder their growth. So, for current PMs our program acts as an accelerator. It accelerates your learning, your confidence and your prospects. Average work experience of learners joining the cohort is 8 years.


What is the starting salary of a Product Manager?
In India, product managers get a starting salary of Rs 10,00,000 to 14,00,000 and in the USA, they get a salary of $80,000 to 120,000 in the bay area. Expect a variance of 15%.

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It's a no brainer that product management is broken.

No set standards, no well established frameworks, just a loose set of guidelines which people follow as per their convenience.

Radhey Shyam Meena

Kushagra Mohan

Chetan Patel

“1:1 counseling sessions & mentorship provided by Talvinder, Founder at Pragmatic Leaders not only helped me to crack the interview at Paypal but also gave a deep understanding of Product Management. This is something invaluable for me!”

“Career support – I appeared for some 9 PM Interviews and ended up getting offers from 6, and I was able to join as a PM at a hike of 2.4x compared to my last drawn CTC. Achieving this was beyond my realm had it not been the support from the Pragmatic community. They instilled the required confidence in me with right pedagogy and mentorship” 

“This course is filled with so many gems backed by logic and reasons to turn an ordinary product person into an extraordinary Pragmatic Product leader. Course content is brilliant, weekly interactive case studies and discussions are priceless”



Upcoming Batches:

Cohort 9

Cohort 10

Cohort 11

Start date: 14 December 2019

Start date: 18 January 2020

Start date: 27 February 2020

Seats Left: 07/12

Seats Left: 10/12

Seats Left: 11/12

The investment for the course:


Pragmatic Core Course


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Limited seats only!

We are opening up only limited Seats for our next cohorts because we want to ensure individual attention as you deserve deep engagement, quality over quantity, and right nurturing to help you become Pragmatic Product Leader.

Here's all you get if you ACT NOW...

✅ 1-year unlimited access to all modules of Bootcamp PM course 

✅ 15 real-world global case study solving in teams

15 in-depth video lessons to solve Cases Studies  

✅Case study presentation to mentor & cohort members 

✅ Weekly doubt session with mentor  

✅ 120+ hours of structured learning content on LMS 

✅ 2 weeks of interview preparation & job readiness 

✅ Extensive work on LinkedIn profile 

✅ Resume building & mock interviews 

✅ Access to the global Job board 

 3 months of learning support 

 Access to our exclusive Product Community

Packed with not 1, not 2 but 4 exclusive awesomeness. Grab the course now! 

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