"The What and Why of Continuous Discovery" mit Teresa Torres

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Teresa Torres, Product Discovery Coach, Keynote-Speakerin und Blog-Autorin wird zu Continuous Discovery sprechen: Was sind die Verhaltensmuster erfolgreicher Continous Discovery Teams und wie beginnt man damit.
Teresa ist eine DER Vordenkerinnen der Produktmanagement-Welt und wir freuen uns sehr, dass wir sie bei uns begrüßen können. Teresa ist seit mehreren Jahren als Product Discovery Coach tätig, u.a. für Spotify, Tesco oder CarMax. Ihre Arbeit und Methodik wie z.B. der “Opportunity Solution Tree” teilt sie mit der Produkt Community bei Vorträgen weltweit, so wie auf ihrem sehr lesenswerten Blog producttalk.org.

Teresa spricht nur sehr ausgewählt, daher freuen wir uns umso mehr, sie von der Westküste der USA in unsere Zeitzone einzuladen.

Wiedersehen macht Freude - vielen Dank an LogMeIn für die Gastfreundschaft. Mit Teresa als Top-Speakerin und LogMeIn mit tollem Videokonferenz-Setup ist die Bühne für einen tollen ProductTank bereitet.

Teresas Vortrag und die Q&A-Session wird auf Englisch sein und live direkt aus Teresas Homeoffice in Portland zu uns übertragen.

Ablauf:
Ab 18 Uhr - Ankommen bei Pizza & Getränken
18:30 - 19:00 Intro "ProductTank" + Lightning Talks
19:00 - ca 19:40 Vortrag von Teresa Torres
"Continous Discovery - Was und Warum. Verhaltensmuster erfolgreicher Continous Discovery Teams und wie man damit beginnt"
19.40 - 20:00 Q&A mit Teresa Torres
Im Anschluss ist noch Zeit für Gespräche bei Bier und alkoholfreien Getränken.

Eine kurze Biografie zu Teresa findet ihr am Ende.
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English version:
We’re super excited to host Teresa Torres, Product Discovery Coach, Speaker and Writer, at ProductTank Karlsruhe!
In her talk on the What and Why of Continuos Discovery she'll present the habits of successful continuous discovery teams and how to get started.
Teresa is one of THE product thinkers of our times and we’re grateful that she took time out of her busy schedule to speak to us. Teresa is a Product Discovery Coach, working, amongst others with Spotify, Tesco or CarMax. She has spoken about her work - and her methods such as the “Opportunity Solution Tree” - at numerous conferences worldwide. She also writes an excellent blog at producttalk.org

This time we’re back at LogMeIn, who will sponsor pizza & drinks as well as supply us with a superb video-conferencing setup - Thank You!

Schedule
Starting at 6pm - Arrive and get some pizza & drinks
6.30pm - 7pm: Intro "ProductTank" + Lightning Talks
7pm - approx 7.40: Talk by Teresa Torres
"What and Why of Continous Discovery - the habits of successful continuous discovery teams and how to get started"
7.40 - 8pm: Q&A with Teresa Torres
Afterwards, there is plenty of time for networking with drinks & snacks.

Teresa's talk and the Q&A will be in English, live & direct from her home in Portland, Oregon.

Please find a short bio of Teresa below:
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Teresa is a product discovery coach who helps teams gain valuable insights from their customer interviews, run effective product experiments, and drive product outcomes that create value for their customers and their businesses. She teaches teams how to connect the dots between their research activities and their product decisions, inspiring confidence that they are on the right track. Recent clients include CarMax, Snagajob, Spotify, and Tesco. She writes about her work on producttalk.org
Before becoming a coach, Teresa spent the majority of her career leading product and design teams at early-stage internet companies. Most recently, Teresa was VP of Products at AfterCollege, an Internet startup that helps college students find their first job. She was CEO of Affinity Circles, an online community provider for university alumni associations and a social recruiting service used by Fortune 500 companies. She also held product and design roles at Become.com and HighWire Press.
Teresa has a BS in Symbolic Systems from Stanford University and an MS in Learning and Organizational Change from Northwestern University.