Hi @Abbie , will really need your help on this. I sent an email to Instructor support, and they replied within minutes with a copy and past message that "Currently, this feature is not currently being built by our Product team. We do share all the suggestions we receive with our Product team, for consideration in future site improvements." In other words, they did not understand my email. Honestly, please read just the first page for a Google search on "Project and product management". Please, just take a look. Every single link is about the difference between these two completely different categories. No business combines or mistakes these two roles. Combining them in the same topic will be very confusing to all your students. UFB students in particular will roll their eyes. Project managers will say "They don't understand we are not product managers?" And Product Managers will say "No respect, don't understand we are a completely separate and important discipline.".
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Hi, there is a change of “Project Management” subcategory within Business to “Product & Project Management”. While the words "Product" and "Project" sounds alike, even sharing the first three letters, these two topics are completely, completely different, and are widely understood as different across the industry. Mixing these into one topic is not a good student experience. Project Management is about management of scope, schedule, budget, risk, and people. It has a long history as a certification through the Project Management Institute. Product Management on the other hand is a very important discipline about deciding what features should go into a product, and optimizing the evolution of that product. There is no business organization where Project Managers and Product Managers are confused as the same person. They are very, very different. If you do a simple Google search for "product and project management", you will find many, many links that explain that these are very different. This would be a big step backwards. Here is the key question: how can we ensure Udemy takes a look at this information, and sincerely reconsiders it? Honestly, just a few minutes of research on the above links will show that Udemy students looking for information on one of these categories will not want their search or topic results confused with the other.
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