Webcast: The Art of a Handoff with Poornima Vijayashanker

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We've all experienced the tension that occurs between designers, product managers, and engineers during release time. Scope creep is one key culprit, but another one that isn't often talked about amongst teams is when and how to handoff specs, designs, and code. 

In this webcast Poornima Vijayashanker, formerly founding engineer at Mint.com, and currently Founder of two startups BizeeBee and Femgineer will talk about:

* How to setup a process for handoffs that is flexible.

* How to measure the success of the process and refine it over time.

* How to coordinate with teams outside of product and engineering in order to meet business goals.

Participate and Win!

Participants will have a chance to win a free copy of the ProdBOK Guide, or a full scholarship to attend Femgineer next 8-week online course on Lean Product Development course, which will take place February 2014.

Who Should Attend

Product managers, marketing managers, development managers, and designers who work in cross-functional product teams.

About the Speaker

Poornima Vijayashanker is a software engineer, entrepreneur, speaker, blogger, and lecturer. After graduating from Duke University with degrees in Electrical Engineering and Computer science she moved out to Silicon Valley to begin her career as an R&D Engineer. After a couple of years she was lured into startup land. Here first startup was Mint.com, where she was the founding engineer. After Mint's acquisition, she transitioned from being a founding engineer to a founder. Currently she is the CEO & Founder of two startups: BizeeBee and Femgineer, and is spending the fall of 2013 lecturing at Duke University.

When she's not running companies and building products she's practicing Bikram yoga, cooking, or traveling around the world.


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