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Collaborative product management

  • Rakuten

    BN1 4EA, Brighton (map)

    50.827953 -0.140768

  • 2nd Floor, 42 Frederick Place, Brighton
  • As a Product Manager how do you need to collaborate with other disciplines in order to achieve results? 

    In February's meet-up we will explore some aspects of how you can work with and co-ordinate stakeholders from a variety of different backgrounds and skill sets to align your team and product towards a common goal.

    Dan Kidd: Now That's What I Call Continuous Delivery

    Continuous delivery is a concept that enables code to be shipped at any time, with a clear path from dev to live. This talk will run through how madgex, a business with a SaaS product model, turned their Product from a monolith to an agile, flexibly deployed product. 

    How does this relate to Product Management? Well hopefully this talk will convince you to push having this methodology in your dev teams, as it really opens the door to flexible development and release of new products and features.

    Mike Rowlands: MD at LShift

    Mike and his software development company LShift have some very interesting views about collaboration, with engineers having great influence over the features that get developed.

    Ed Vinicombe: Founder of

    Talk: My three critical values of collaborative design

    Ed is currently the founder of

    A UX professional for over 10 years, Ed has worked on a range of projects including Nissan, Renault, Mastercard and more. In 2015 Ed founded which provides UXers affordable, on demand video learning. Since it's launch in 2016 UXC has become a goto website amongst the UX community for people starting out in the industry.

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  • James M.

    Cracking line-up, sorry to miss. SF beckons ;)

    2 · December 22

    • Craig L.

      Shame you can't make it James, but enjoy SF!

      December 22

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  • James M.

    A unique blend of Product, startups, events and recruiting. Sorry about that last one ;)

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