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Gathering customer feedback and prioritizing feedback into roadmaps

We’ve all had good processes. Processes that improved collaboration, enabled better communication, and brought the necessary people onto the same page. We’ve all had bad processes. Processes that were so restrictive and regimented that they were counterproductive. They killed collaboration, stifled creativity, emphasized adherence to a process over achieving real results, or generally led to confusion and finger pointing.

We’ve all had processes that worked when the team was a certain size, but no longer worked when the team, or maybe the company, size changed. Finding the perfect balance of just enough process for the right team is nothing short of magic. As product managers, we must interact with nearly every department in our organization, and we find ourselves creating processes to help us effectively build, communicate, and support our products. Our Speakers will share their experiences with their processes for:
Gathering customer (internal and external) feedback
Prioritizing feedback for incorporation into roadmaps
The tools they use to make it happen

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  • Steve F.

    Great program! Thanks to the speakers and thanks to Michael for hosting.

    5 days ago

  • Mike G.

    This was a good session. I would love there to have been some time designed after the presentations for networking.

    2 · 6 days ago

  • Peter

    Did the location change? In a previous note, this came through to me as Social Tables on G Street. Can you confirm that the event is indeed at:

    Iron Yard
    1341 G St NW, 2nd Floor., Washington, DC

    November 30

    • Katyah

      Yes - the location changed from the original location. The new location will be at Iron Yard!

      November 30

    • Peter

      Cool - thanks!

      November 30

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