PMs are in a great position to be corporate innovators or startup founders. We're often rallying cross-functional teams around important customer problems. And then assessing if ideas will be viable.
PM's need to think like startups to quickly validate and iterate upon these ideas. Brian Ardinger will discuss his favorite tools, frameworks, and thought-processes. The same tools that companies are using to learn faster and deliver value quicker. This talk will equip you to start impacting change at your job tomorrow to be a more effective PM and innovator.
About Brian Ardinger:
Brian is Director of Innovation at Nelnet and the founder of InsideOutside.io. InsideOutside.io is a weekly podcast, newsletter, and IO Innovation events. For 25 years he's helped entrepreneurs and enterprises navigate a world of disruption. He has led efforts between to engage the latest trends, tools, and tactics. His goal is to speed up innovation, launch new ideas, and build better products.
Brian founded the seed-stage accelerator NMotion and co-founded the corporate innovation consultancy Econic. He was Chief Marketing Officer at Nanonation. He worked with clients including Pepsi, Target, Nike, Mazda, Harley-Davidson, and Royal Caribbean. Brian also built out the consulting arm in Asia for Gartner. During that time he worked with technology giants including Microsoft, IBM, and HP. He also led the creation of Asia's first dedicated customer experience lab at Ion Global.
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