What we're about

This is the product management community in Kuala Lumpur to learn more about breaking into the field, improving your skills and building up your network. We're building the largest community of product managers worldwide and we want you to join us on the journey!

Our speakers are top PMs working at renowned tech companies like Facebook, Google and LinkedIn and other technology startups.

If you’re an aspiring product manager with over 3 years of experience in technology, business or design, join us! These events are also perfect for those starting out and interested in understanding more about the space, networking, learning from professionals or to launch a PM career.

We host various types of events, including:

Product Talks: Workshops led by tech mentors and instructors with years of experience in their field, to present on topics in product management, coding, data, blockchain, digital marketing and many more to help you become a full-stack product manager.

Weekly AMAs: “Ask Me Anything” sessions hosted by experts in the product management space. Every event is a unique and great opportunity to ask any question you’ve had about breaking into product management.

Proud to be sponsored by Product School: https://prdct.school/2OuP9QB , one of the top rated tech schools on SwitchUp ( https://www.switchup.org/bootcamps/product-school ).

If you want to become a product manager, check out Product School - Product Management Training online: https://prdct.school/2CnpuCh .

Feel free to get in touch by emailing admissions@productschool.com.

Upcoming events (4+)

Webinar: R&Rs and Growth as a Product Manager by Uber Sr PM

Online event

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As Product Managers, we have a responsibility to bring people together to build world-class products. Although fun, investing in team building does not necessarily mean team outings. Join us for this session to learn how to lead, motivate and bring the best out of your team members.

Main Takeaways:
- Roles and responsibilities vary by company, industry, and stage: Smaller company: simpler organization, more technical responsibilities. Larger company, more complex organization, more specialized set of responsibilities.
- Consistent across all is the responsibility of the PM to deliver outcomes, not master individual skills
- Know what you need to know. Confidently delegate the rest. A deep understanding of every detail and nuance of a product area is not a prerequisite to success
- Time management and relationship building are increasingly critical as your career matures, no matter the size of the company

Meet the Speaker: Jon Levinson

Jon is a Senior Product Manager skilled in marketing, with a background in International Relations. He is currently working at Uber with the New York City Metropolitan area team.

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The content of this event is for educational purposes only and does not include any specific facts of the presenter’s current or previous company. The opinions expressed in this event are solely those of the presenter based on personal experiences and do not reflect those of the company the presenter works for.

Get the FREE Product Book (https://prdct.school/2N303Og) and check out our curated list of free Product Management resources here (https://prdct.school/3rEXjWt)

Product School (http://bit.ly/2TqhCZ1) is the global leader in Product Management training with a community of over one million product professionals. Our certificates are the most industry-recognized credentials by employers hiring product managers. All of our instructors are senior-level Product Managers working at top Silicon Valley companies including Google, Facebook, Netflix, Airbnb, PayPal, Uber, and Amazon.

Disclaimer: by registering for this event I agree to receive email communications from Product School and all sponsor brands.

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Live Chat with Airtable Product Leader

Online event

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Ever wondered what it’s like to work as a Product Manager? This is an exclusive Ask Me Anything session to give you a chance to ask every question you’ve ever had, with Shannon Anahata, Product Leader at Airtable.

She will discuss what it’s like to work in this dynamic role and what it takes to get your foot in the door. You’ll also get the inside scoop on the day-to-day work as a PM, the challenges of the job and personal insight from Shannon's experience of working at different companies.

Meet the Speaker: Shannon Anahata

Shannon is a Product Leader who works tirelessly to make complicated products usable and human-friendly so that technology can really work for people. Currently, she's working on product at Airtable.

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The content of this event is for educational purposes only and does not include any specific facts of the presenter’s current or previous company. The opinions expressed in this event are solely those of the presenter based on personal experiences and do not reflect those of the company the presenter works for.

Get the FREE Product Book (https://prdct.school/2N303Og) and check out our curated list of free Product Management resources here (https://prdct.school/3rEXjWt)

Product School (http://bit.ly/2TqhCZ1) is the global leader in Product Management training with a community of over one million product professionals. Our certificates are the most industry-recognized credentials by employers hiring product managers. All of our instructors are senior-level Product Managers working at top Silicon Valley companies including Google, Facebook, Netflix, Airbnb, PayPal, Uber, and Amazon.

Disclaimer: by registering for this event I agree to receive email communications from Product School and all sponsor brands.

Get Your Tickets (https://bit.ly/32aulG0)

Webinar: Product Managers as Value Propositions by Amazon Product Leader

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Your product ideas and analyses are only as valuable as your ability to put things into action. And putting things into action is all about working with others in the organization. This process involves a number of soft skills, like communication, persuasion, negotiation, and evangelism.

Main Takeaways:
- Product Manager - Effectiveness rules
- Product Design - Design thinking
- Product Execution: Development, post mortem

Meet the Speaker: Archan Mehta

Archan is a highly-skilled, diligent Product Leader who shines with his creative solutions for anything that comes his way. Currently, he's working as a Product Leader for Amazon.

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The content of this event is for educational purposes only and does not include any specific facts of the presenter’s current or previous company. The opinions expressed in this event are solely those of the presenter based on personal experiences and do not reflect those of the company the presenter works for.

Get the FREE Product Book (https://prdct.school/2N303Og) and check out our curated list of free Product Management resources here (https://prdct.school/3rEXjWt)

Product School (http://bit.ly/2TqhCZ1) is the global leader in Product Management training with a community of over one million product professionals. Our certificates are the most industry-recognized credentials by employers hiring product managers. All of our instructors are senior-level Product Managers working at top Silicon Valley companies including Google, Facebook, Netflix, Airbnb, PayPal, Uber, and Amazon.

Disclaimer: by registering for this event I agree to receive email communications from Product School and all sponsor brands.

Get Your Tickets (https://bit.ly/3eV36Ca)

Webinar: Customer Empathy to Build Products by Booking.com Product Leader

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As a Product Manager, you’re responsible for delivering products and features that both delight customers and move the company closer to its top-line metrics. However, how do you know whether the individual features you ship each sprint or each quarter are successful?

Main Takeaways:
- Listen & not solve: I personally was always very eager to jump in and solve a problem the moment I heard about it - and I learned the hard way, that it doesn't work. This takeaway is about removing the need to solve and just learning to listen, ask questions, and understand the customer.
- Data as a compliment, not a replacement: It is easy for PMs to resort to data to understand problems. Data is usually the first indication of a problem, but it would rarely tell us what exactly the problem is.
- Share and tell customer stories: I've personally seen how this transforms the entire product team - they care about the customer and their problems, and that gives rise to really great products & features.

Meet the Speaker: Saujanya Dasika

Saujanya is a Product Manager at Booking.com. She has more than 8 years of experience working in the technology space.

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The content of this event is for educational purposes only and does not include any specific facts of the presenter’s current or previous company. The opinions expressed in this event are solely those of the presenter based on personal experiences and do not reflect those of the company the presenter works for.

Get the FREE Product Book (https://prdct.school/2N303Og) and check out our curated list of free Product Management resources here (https://prdct.school/3rEXjWt)

Product School (http://bit.ly/2TqhCZ1) is the global leader in Product Management training with a community of over one million product professionals. Our certificates are the most industry-recognized credentials by employers hiring product managers. All of our instructors are senior-level Product Managers working at top Silicon Valley companies including Google, Facebook, Netflix, Airbnb, PayPal, Uber, and Amazon.

Disclaimer: by registering for this event I agree to receive email communications from Product School and all sponsor brands.

Get Your Tickets (https://bit.ly/3zg0SXL)

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