ProductTank Kraków #15

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Hello All ! Next ProductTank is coming ! Make sure you update your calendars :)

This time we've been invited by Sabre ! Thank you!

Our first speaker will be Piotr Przygoda will be talking about E-PRIME !
Here's what he's saying about himself and his presentation:

I work as a product manager at Virtus Lab. With a passion for data & analytics, for 12+ years I have been supporting IT initiatives led for corporates and mid-sized enterprises, acting as a business/systems/data analyst or project/product manager. I worked e.g. in/for Accenture, International Paper, Lumesse, Sabre, Sentential and UniCredit.
I always question the status quo and welcome opportunities to dig into data, talk to users, prepare beyond-the-clouds visions, experiment and search for continual improvements, to deliver high-quality products people love. I am a practitioner of Scrum (CSPO, PSPO, PSM) and Lean Startup. In my spare time - a mountain hiker.

In my short presentation, I’d like to bring you a bit closer to the E-Prime and emphasize the value of experiments with the language e.g. of product artifacts. We'll try to explain the risks of premature judging and assumptions, describe the perception of observers as well as see what we could do better in product marketing.

The second presenter will be Paulina Łapińska who will tell us about Terms & Conditions and below you can find how she introduces herself and the subject:

I work as Product Manager in Talixo. I started my adventure with Product Management when I joined Allegro, where I had an opportunity to work with payment product and shopping cart, which was present on few European markets. I also worked for companies as: PayU, Atradius and Sii.

I am a person who believes in validating assumptions and that when it comes to product a lot depends from cooperation with yours stakeholders.

Subject of my presentation will be Terms & Conditions – how they can influence the product and company. Also I would like to say few things about some of common problems connected with T&C and how to avoid them