World Product Day, Breakfast & 'Product Metrics For Noobs' by Jeff Patton

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On 15 May ‘19 we’ll be celebrating the second edition of World Product Day! There will be about 90+ local events around the World and ProductTank Auckland will be the first to kick off this series of events shining a huge spotlight on our amazing global tribe of product people!

We have a special guest- Jeff Patton will be joining us REMOTELY from the US and talk about 'Product Metrics' in this MORNING session at 7.30am.

What is his talk about?
"Product Metrics for Noobs - I’m the noob here, so don’t take offence. I spent years as a product manager ignorant of product metrics. Then many more years confused and frustrated about what to measure and how. Now I think I’m finally getting my head around it. In this talk I’d like to expose what I know about product metrics, why your company might be happily ignoring product metrics, and why finding metrics that really help you make good product decisions is so challenging. We’ll end with me asking you for answers to some of my tough unanswered questions. - Jeff Patton"

Who is Jeff Patton?
Jeff Patton helps companies adopt a way of working that’s focused on building great products, not just building stuff faster. Jeff blends a mixture of Agile thinking, Lean and Lean Startup Thinking, and UX Design and Design Thinking to end up with a holistic product-centric way of working. Jeff is author of the bestselling O’Reilly book User Story Mapping which describes a simple holistic approach to using stories in Agile development without losing sight of the big picture. You can learn more about Jeff at:

Morning tea & Light breakfast:
Thanks to our sponsors (SnapComms & Xero), we will have light breakfast served about 7.30am in the morning.

Live streaming:
This event WILL BE live-streamed, so you can watch from where-ever you are. So please sign-up ONLY if you are going to attend in person. We will post live-streaming link here just before the event starts.