• Product Tank January - Running product discovery

    Conway Hall, 25 Red Lion Square

    ** ProductTank January - Running product discovery** This month's ProductTank is focusing on product discovery, with our speakers talking about problems with product discovery, making product decisions through UX research and getting to product market fit. This event has been curated by ProductTank co-organizers Sian Jones & Magda Coutts https://www.linkedin.com/in/sianjonesuk/ https://www.linkedin.com/in/magdacoutts/ -------------------------------------------------------- Navin Nair, Founder and Chief Product Officer at London Product Group https://www.linkedin.com/in/navinnair/ Product Management has come a long way since the early days when we were little more than glorified task schedulers. We all know how important product discovery is, yet products and features still fail, despite all that good discovery work. In his talk, Navin will look at some of the vital activities that most product teams still miss, and how to understand the difference between the problem and the solution. Navin is an ex-developer who unwittingly fell into Product Management and has loved it ever since. Over the last few years, Navin has gone from leading product teams to coaching founders and product leaders, from large companies to early-stage startups and everything in between. John Pagonis, UX Lead at the Mortgage Works https://twitter.com/johnpagonis https://www.linkedin.com/in/johnpagonis/ How do we make decisions about the product backlog? John will discuss crafting evidence-based product backlogs in enterprise and startup environments. He will talk about UX research for product design and the UXer - PO dynamics. John is a UX researcher and software production coach who helps teams produce useful software. He assists organisations discover what they really ought to focus on by leveraging UX design and Scrum. His specialty lies with UX research, Scrum coaching, requirements elicitation, requirements management, product discovery and the integration of UX design into agile software production. Janna Bastow, Co-founder and CEO of ProdPad https://twitter.com/simplybastow https://www.linkedin.com/in/jannabastow/ Janna discusses how the concept of product market fit can be a bit of an illusion, and offers tips on how to reach and measure PMF so that you can begin to grow and scale. Janna comes from a user-centric design background and has extensive experience building products in the digital space. As a product manager always looking for better tools, she co-founded ProdPad, product management software that helps you manage your roadmap and your product backlog. -------------------------------------------------------- Timings: 6:30 - Doors & free bar open 7:00 - Talk starts 8:10 - Q&A 8:30 - Talks Finish 9:00 - Close

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  • Product Tank November - Soft Skills for Product Managers

    Conway Hall, 25 Red Lion Square

    ** ProductTank November - Soft Skills for Product Managers ** This month's ProductTank is focusing on soft skills, with our speakers talking about transformational leadership, emotional intelligence and leading without authority. This event has been curated by ProductTank co-organizer & Director of Product at Groupon, Liz Clow https://www.linkedin.com/in/lizclow/ -------------------------------------------------------- Brant Cooper, Author, Speaker & Advisor https://www.linkedin.com/in/brantcooper/ Soft skills are great, but we still have a job to do. But what if we could use soft skills in specific ways that leads to changed mindsets, unlocks growth, and drives impact across the organisation? Brant Cooper is the author of the New York Times bestseller "The Lean Entrepreneur” and CEO of Moves the Needle. With over two decades of expertise helping companies bring innovative products to market, he blends design thinking and lean methodology to ignite entrepreneurial action within large organisations. He has experienced monumental milestones such as IPO, acquisition, rapid growth, and crushing failure. Darren Gavigan https://www.linkedin.com/in/darrengavigan/ Emotional intelligence? Emotional leadership? Emotional quotient? Sometimes working in product can be very emotional, but knowing how to harness your EI can go a long way towards improving your day, ensuring you deliver successful products and further your product career. Darren will touch upon the theory, but will mostly focus on real world examples to bring this important subject to life. Darren has worked across many facets of digital, from research and UXD, project management and, of course, product. Brands such as the Guardian, Mumsnet, Which?, News UK and Babylon Health have all benefited from his knowledge and he now provides freelance consultancy, specialising in product strategy, management and delivery. Aeneas McDonnell https://www.linkedin.com/in/saenea/ Leading without authority is no easy task, especially when the pace of life in organisations is steadily increasing. But maybe it's not as difficult to overcome as many think... Aeneas has worked in the Media and Publishing industry for +20yrs. Currently leading the Product team at The Times & Sunday Times. Prior to this he worked at Which? consumer rights group, where he led the transformation of the core Reviews product, Sky Media where he ran Digital Operations team, and The Economist, where he ran Strategy and Operation for The Economist online. -------------------------------------------------------- A huge thanks to our sponsoring partner this month, Optimizely - https://www.optimizely.com Optimizely is the world’s leading experimentation platform, enabling businesses to deliver continuous experimentation and personalization across websites, mobile apps and connected devices. Optimizely enables businesses to experiment deeply into their technology stack and broadly across the entire customer experience. The platform’s ease of use and speed of deployment empower organizations to create and run bold experiments that help them make data-driven decisions and grow faster. To date, marketers, developers and product managers have delivered over 700 billion experiences tailored to the needs of their customers. At Optimizely, continuous experimentation isn’t a product, it’s our DNA. It’s why we never stop trying new things and pushing ourselves to deliver for you. The way we see it, you’re the expert on your customers and your business. It’s our job to help you stay that way, getting sharper every day and turning even the most commonplace interactions into opportunities to learn and grow. Because the most successful businesses aren’t the ones with all the answers. They’re the ones that keep asking the big questions. Visit www.optimizely.com to learn more. Timings: 6:30 - Doors & free bar open 7:00 - Talk starts 8:10 - Q&A 8:30 - Talks Finish 9:00 - Close

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  • Product Marketing & Product Management - bringing together with data

    Conway Hall, 25 Red Lion Square

    ** Product Tank October - How to bring Marketing & Product teams together through data ** We all know that the most effective product teams have a deep understanding of how to build tools or services that meet their users' needs. But the job of making sure that people here about our fantastic products can often be a black box. This month we'll hear from three speakers about how everyone can be involved in marketing decisions to ensure that ethical and legal choices are made in the real world. This event has been curated by Lucia Adams (https://twitter.com/lucia_adams) - who famously said, "Digital is 90% human & 10% tech; companies do digital as if it is 90% tech & 10% human". She now helps organisations of all types make that shift. -------------------------------------------------------- Helen Hewitt, global head of data transformation at Dow Jones https://www.linkedin.com/in/helen-hewitt-a8371a2/ Helen's talk will focus on what they're doing at Dow Jones to bring Product Marketing and Product Management closer together. In particular she'll share their work around people and culture in a large, established organisation. We'll hear from real-life examples of what's gone well, as well as what has been more difficult and the lessons they've learned. Abba Newberry, CMO at Habito https://twitter.com/peckham79 https://www.linkedin.com/in/abba-newbery-8216905/ Abba Newbery is Chief Marketing Officer at Habito and is on a mission is to transform the UK’s £1.3tn mortgage market by taking the stress, unnecessary paperwork and confusion out of financing a property, whether it’s a first home, a house move or a remortgage. Abba will show how Habito have used customer data to create one of the most groundbreaking brands and advertising campaigns in financial services history. Kathryn Corrick and Frank Wales https://twitter.com/corrickwales Corrick, Wales & Partners help companies implement data protection policies that actually help achieve organisational goals, rather than get in the way of them. Kathryn and Frank's talk is called 'Brand, data and ethics: just because you can doesn't mean you should.' This will include 'Catch 22s' - balancing marketer's regulations with the art of the possible. They'll looks through a series of tangible case studies of this tension, and practical ways to manage it'. Finally they'll predict what challenges are on the horizon for both Product Marketers and Product Managers. -------------------------------------------------------- This month's event is made possible thanks to Bulb energy: "We're on a mission to help our members lower their energy bills and cut carbon emissions. Today, we provide over one million homes with affordable, renewable energy, and we're just getting started. Bulb is the fastest growing company in the UK. Our ambition is big. We want to transform the energy industry, and we need great people to make that happen. http://www.bulb.co.uk/careers -------------------------------------------------------- Timings: 6:30 - Doors & free bar open 7:00 - Talk starts 8:10 - Q&A 8:30 - Talks Finish 9:00 - Close --------------------------------------------------------

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  • Letters to Product Managers

    Conway Hall, 25 Red Lion Square

    ** Product Tank September - Letters to Product Managers ** This month we turned to people who typically work closely with product managers and asked for their perspectives on how we can become better product people. Joining us are speakers from the world of design, engineering and data science for an insightful and thought provoking night. -------------------------------------------------------- Jan Teichmann - Head of Data Science at Zoopla https://www.linkedin.com/in/janteichmann/ Jan leads the data science team at Zoopla and previously co-founded Cambridge Energy Data Lab. He holds a PhD in Mathematics and has strong background in machine learning, statistical modelling and programming. There is an abundance of data in every business today, informing every possible decision a product manager makes. In his talk, Jan will wonder why this abundance of data does not equate to turning the dial for most businesses? Why are we still making bad decisions and why in today's brave new world ruled by data not all products are successful? Jan wants us to learn about the lies, damned lies and psychological traps in data analytics so we can join the bright side of responsible explorative data analytics. Chris Conolly - Engineering Director at Gousto https://www.linkedin.com/in/chris-conolly-9991002b/ A passionate technology enthusiast and food lover, Chris brings his two loves together in his latest role as Engineering Director at Gousto. He has worked for strong Product and Tech led companies for most of his career and thinks the most exciting phase for any company is as they exit start-up phase, start maturing and hit the scale-up. With a crowd-sourced list of ideas from his Engineering team, Chris be sharing with us thoughts on how to become a better PM through the lens of both an engineer, and also a senior manager in a Tech & Product led company. Ellie Hughes - Optimisation Manager at PhotoBox https://www.linkedin.com/in/eleanorkrhughes/ https://twitter.com/icreateonline Ellie has worked for the last 8 years running Conversion Rate, Analytics and Product focussed projects for a bunch of different companies: in-house, as a consultant and for AB tool vendors. She has a blend of skills across AB testing / experimentation, Data Science and Data Engineering. In her talk, Ellie will go over product management fallacies of running experiments and more importantly, how to avoid them. She will cover prioritisation and planning fallacies, getting fooled by statistics and the *real* way to achieve velocity vs value in AB testing. This event has been curated by Stephen Pavlovich https://www.linkedin.com/in/stephenpavlovich/ Stephen is the CEO at Conversion, an experimentation agency. Taking insight from data, analytics and behavioural research, Conversion helps brands optimise customer experience, product and business strategy – with confidence. Their clients include brands like Canon, Domino's Pizza and Gousto. When not testing on clients' websites, Stephen tests out different methods for baking sourdough bread (with "help" from his 5 year-old son). -------------------------------------------------------- A huge thanks to our sponsoring partner this month, Knowit - http://knowit.co.uk/ - a long standing ProductTank partner. "Knowit specialise in Product and Development hiring. We are passionate about these markets – we believe in their growth and we want to be part of it. We’re a small business, therefore our reputation means everything, this is why we focus on building great relationships. We don’t want to supply you with one candidate or one opportunity. We’re in it for the long haul, consistently helping you to be a success." -------------------------------------------------------- Timings: 6:30 - Doors & free bar open 7:00 - Talk starts 8:10 - Q&A --------------------------------------------------------

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  • Product Tank July - Global Product Strategy

    Conway Hall, 25 Red Lion Square

    ** Product Tank July - Global Product Strategy** How do we grow our business and products to appeal to audiences outside of our own country? And then how do we run an operation which allows us to manage these products effectively all across the globe? This month we talk to three women who have done just that - sharing what works and what doesn't when making decisions that impact products across the whole world. -------------------------------------------------------- Mel McVeigh - Experience & Product Strategy - Conde Nast https://www.linkedin.com/in/melmcveigh/ https://twitter.com/melmcveigh Mel has worked has worked to transform customer experiences and build successful commercial propositions at Telegraph Travel, Photobox and now Conde Nast. In this talk she will explore how to design customer centric and global experience strategies and how to deliver at scale across multiple teams and locations. Sharing the various techniques and approaches in strategic thinking as well her approach to creating the right culture and capabilities to deliver it Lucy Spence - Associate Director of Technical Product Management at Compare the Market https://www.linkedin.com/in/lucyspence/ https://twitter.com/lucyjspence Lucy has spent two decades making all sorts of mistakes while building customer experiences. She likes to share what she's learnt from places like Amazon, TUI, LOVEFiLM, M&S, Department of Health, and now Compare the Market, so others can can make new and more interesting mistakes. In this talk, she'll be discussing some decision making techniques she's picked up along the way. Claire Parker - Group Product Manager at Financial Times https://www.linkedin.com/in/clpowell26/ https://twitter.com/clairep87 Claire has worked at the Financial Times supporting the newsroom in their digital transformation and enhancing subscription journeys on FT.com. She is now sharing this knowledge with Nikkei, the FT's owners based in Japan, building products to accelerate their subscription growth and digital transformation. In this talk she will share the story of how they have created a successful partnership and product strategy to achieve these outcomes across cultures and timezones. -------------------------------------------------------- A huge thanks to our sponsoring partner this month, Salt (http://www.welovesalt.com/) We are are a specialist Digital recruiter connecting people and businesses globally within Creative, Marketing, Sales and Technology. Our industry expertise will find you the right role, person or service in the evolving digital world. We work collaboratively with you as our client to ensure that you can achieve your vision. We partner with our clients to place not just the best individual talent but also to create some of the most exciting digital teams globally. Salt are co-sponsoring with Kobalt: One of the world’s largest, most innovative music companies, using technology to power creative freedom, transparency, ownership, and control for artists, songwriters, publishers, and labels. Founded in 2000 by Swedish entrepreneur Willard Adhitz, the startup built a platform to maximize efficiency, accuracy, and transparency across the billions of micro-payments collected in today’s highly complex digital world. As the traditional music companies fought technology and contracted, Kobalt embraced it and grew, building an infrastructure and world-class creative team purposely designed to usher in the streaming era, along with a more fair, rewarding music business for creators. With over 650 employees in 12 offices around the world, Kobalt today represents over 20,000 artists and songwriters, 600,000 songs and 600 publishing companies. Kobalt is proud to work with artists, songwriters, and companies like Childish Gambino, Max Martin, Paul McCartney, and MPL Communications, Disney Music Group, and many more. -- Timings: 6:30 - Doors & free bar open 7:00 - Talk starts 8:10 - Q&A

  • Product Tank June - how to progress your Product Management career

    Conway Hall, 25 Red Lion Square

    ** Product Tank June - how to get into and progress your Product Management career** This month we're looking at our own careers. We'll cover how you can get started in the world of Product Management then progress from junior to senior and beyond. -------------------------------------------------------- Amy Carmichael - Head of Product at Crowdcube https://www.linkedin.com/in/amy-carmichael/ Amy is Head of Product at Crowdcube - https://www.crowdcube.com - the UK’s leading equity crowdfunding platform. Amy has led product teams at Hotels.com, RefME, Imperial War Museum, Imagineer & V&A Museum. Amy will share product leadership learnings, drawing on her experience leading product teams, end-to-end development and product-portfolio delivery - in both small and large/complex organisations, through to her current role, as Head of Product. Asha Haji - COO at Founders Academy - Levelling up in the Product World https://www.linkedin.com/in/ashahaji/ https://twitter.com/ashahaji Asha is currently COO of Founders Academy: http://foundersacademy.io, a new type of business school for the changing world. She's spent her career in a variety of leadership roles across product, marketing, sales, talent and IT in both startups and large corporates. Asha received her MBA from Harvard Business School and a Bachelor in Computer Science from Washington University in St. Louis. Asha will share her wealth of product leadership experience, looking back on her time as CPO at SchoolApply to her early days in software development. Also, drawing from her experiences in talent management and coaching, Asha has great insights to offer on product career journeys. Marc Abraham - Product Ownership Practice Lead at ASOS & Global Product Tank coordinator. https://www.linkedin.com/in/abrahammarc/ https://twitter.com/MAA1 Marc will talk about his career in product management thus far, and highlight the difficulty in planning a career in product. We'll look at what potential product careers look like and how your past, present and future are interlinked when progressing your product career. He recently joined ASOS as Product Ownership Practice Lead and is Mind the Product's global ProductTank coordinator. This event has been curated by Kirsten Zverina https://www.linkedin.com/in/kirstenzverina/ Kirsten is a User focused Product Manager & Techno-Optimist Futurist, working on consumer products using machine-learning, data-science and analytics at scale, to improve our world and daily life for us all. Passionate champion of maximising accessibility of products, for ultimate benefit to all our users and customers. Experienced cross-functional leader of many innovative technical & business teams, who proudly and successfully delivered great products together, for people in countries all around the world! Join us, to help build the future https://www.amazon.jobs -------------------------------------------------------- A huge thanks to our sponsoring partner this month, Intelligent People - https://intelligentpeople.co.uk/ - a long standing ProductTank partner. Intelligent People are a specialist Product Management recruiter who work with a broad range of Online and New Media Organisations (including Online Retail, Travel, Media, Business Services & NfP). They have a solid understanding of the discipline and have supported ProductTank on multiple occasions. We’re glad to welcome them back! For more information, head over to http://www.intelligentpeople.co.uk/product-management/ -------------------------------------------------------- Timings: 6:30 - Doors & free bar open 7:00 - Talk starts 8:10 - Q&A --------------------------------------------------------

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  • World Product Day London: Products at the intersection of physical & digital

    Conway Hall, 25 Red Lion Square

    ** World Product Day - When pixels meet particles: Managing products at the intersection of physical and digital** After our first ever World Product Day last year – featuring an incredible 90 local, in-person, events all over the world – we’re bringing it back on May 15, 2019. This year, we're live streaming from London, and making a ton of noise on the hashtag #worldproductday – leading to a wave of product discussion that will start in Wellington, New Zealand, span 43+ countries, and culminate across the West Coast of North America 20 hours later. Make sure you get involved... -------------------------------------------------------- We often focus on product that operate purely in the world of digital. This month we're going to take a look at what happens when you have to work across both software and hardware. Joining us will be: Sophie Deen - building the Children's Intelligence Agency https://www.linkedin.com/in/sophie-deen-0359b93b/ https://twitter.com/Sophie_Deen?lang=en Sophie Deen will talk about her experience building a new product and brand - The Children's Intelligence Agency - from the ground up across multiple platforms including books, TV, digital and real world experiences. Sophie is the founder and CEO of kids’ media company, Bright Little Labs. She believes in the power of storytelling to promote critical thinking, computer science and equality for ALL kids. A former lawyer, techie and children’s play therapist, Sophie has worked alongside Code Club, Google and the Department For Education, to help introduce the new coding curriculum in primary schools. She was named as one of Computer Weekly’s ‘Most influential women in UK IT’ in 2017 + 2018, as well as London Tech Week’s ‘Changemaker’ in 2018, and the Barclays/Everywoman ‘Startup Founder of the Year’ in 2017. Toby Martin Hughes - working across hardware and software https://www.linkedin.com/in/tobymartinhughes/ Toby will talk about his recent project re-designing a complex kids computing platform - Pi-Top - across hardware and software experiences. Toby is Senior Product Manager at pi-top with a background in building hardware and software products in educational and consumer technology. Lucy Gill - moving into digital from physical Lucy Gill will talk about her experience over the past ten years working with established companies associated with physical products and what they learned about making a move into consumer software experiences. Founder of Digills Consulting, Lucy supports development of products and services for children particularly digital products, EdTech and physical/digital cross-over products. This event has been curated by Nick Marsh https://www.linkedin.com/in/choosenick/ https://twitter.com/choosenick Nick is Head of Product at Wonderbly, the world's leading personalised book company, where he helps a diverse team of writers, artists, designers and researchers create products that inspire children to believe in themselves. Prior to Wonderbly Nick spent ten years or so working in design consultancy for big brands, small startups and has successfully failed to launch his own digital products as an entrepreneur several times. -------------------------------------------------------- A huge thanks to our sponsoring partner this month, Knowit - http://knowit.co.uk/ - a long standing ProductTank partner. "Knowit specialise in Product and Development hiring. We are passionate about these markets – we believe in their growth and we want to be part of it. We’re a small business, therefore our reputation means everything, this is why we focus on building great relationships. We don’t want to supply you with one candidate or one opportunity. We’re in it for the long haul, consistently helping you to be a success." -------------------------------------------------------- Timings: 6:30 - Doors & free bar open 7:00 - Talk starts 8:10 - Q&A --------------------------------------------------------

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  • Product Tank April - the Marty Cagan special

    Conway Hall, 25 Red Lion Square

    ** Product Tank - the Marty Cagan Special** Marty has been coaching product people for many years, and mostly the questions he gets are straightforward, but occasionally he'll get a truly tough question. The type that doesn't have a clear cut answer, and it's not obvious what the best course of action might be, but can really make a difference in your success. In this talk, he'll be posing these questions, and then sharing his opinions and reasoning. Nothing pertaining to product is off limits. We'll talk about politics, gender, culture and even (process) religion. We'll discuss prioritization and decision making, especially when we don't have as much data as we'd like; handling very difficult people especially senior executives; managing conflict on the team; dealing with low morale; changing company culture; regaining control of your time, and picking your battles. We will also have a Q&A where you can pose your own tough questions. Bio: Marty Cagan, Founder and Partner, Silicon Valley Product Group Before founding the Silicon Valley Product Group to pursue his interests in helping others create successful products through his writing, speaking, advising and coaching, Marty Cagan served as an executive responsible for defining and building products for some of the most successful companies in the world, including Hewlett-Packard, Netscape Communications, and eBay. As part of his work with SVPG, Marty is an invited speaker at major conferences and top companies across the globe. Marty is also the author of the book INSPIRED: How to Create Tech Products Customers Love. -------------------------------------------------------- Timings: 6:30 - Doors & free bar open 7:00 - Talk starts 8:10 - Q&A -------------------------------------------------------- A huge thanks to our sponsoring partner this month, Optimizely - https://www.optimizely.com Optimizely is the world’s leading experimentation platform, enabling businesses to deliver continuous experimentation and personalization across websites, mobile apps and connected devices. Optimizely enables businesses to experiment deeply into their technology stack and broadly across the entire customer experience. The platform’s ease of use and speed of deployment empower organizations to create and run bold experiments that help them make data-driven decisions and grow faster. To date, marketers, developers and product managers have delivered over 700 billion experiences tailored to the needs of their customers. At Optimizely, continuous experimentation isn’t a product, it’s our DNA. It’s why we never stop trying new things and pushing ourselves to deliver for you. The way we see it, you’re the expert on your customers and your business. It’s our job to help you stay that way, getting sharper every day and turning even the most commonplace interactions into opportunities to learn and grow. Because the most successful businesses aren’t the ones with all the answers. They’re the ones that keep asking the big questions. Visit www.optimizely.com to learn more.

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  • ProductCamp London

    etc.venues Marble Arch

    The "Unconference" for product management is returning to London on Saturday, 13th April. ProductCamp is the place for active, novice, and experienced product managers to develop their craft, learn from each other, network in meaningful ways, and have a lot of fun. At ProductCamp, the sessions are created and led by the attendees. Anyone can contribute a session and a formal presentation is not a requirement - a talk, workshop, Q&A, or open discussion are all possibilities - the only limit is your imagination! ProductCamp is informal and lots of fun - we'd love to see your creative ideas on the Session Wall. Come with your lessons, stories, or tips, or simply to participate in some great discussions. Tickets are free - but there is a £20 refundable deposit (as long as you attend, you'll get your money back!). Remember: You can’t sign up for ProductCamp here. You can book your ticket, and get more information here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/productcamp-london-2019-tickets-55957345928

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  • Product Tank March - the Black Mirror edition

    Conway Hall, 25 Red Lion Square

    ** Product Tank - the Black Mirror edition** We often focus on the blog ready, conference appropriate stories from the world of product. But what would happen if we jumped through the Black Mirror and looked at the less savoury side of things? This month our three speakers are going to look at the ethical dilemmas our work can throw up and how you can navigate them to build products that people love. Roisi Proven - Product Manager at Gower Street Analytics https://www.linkedin.com/in/roisiproven/ https://twitter.com/roisiproven Roisi will be picking out a few recent product launches or ideas and looking at how they might turn "grimdark" if they were featured in an episode of the Black Mirror show. Amie-Rose Long - Product Manager (Contract) at NBCUniversal Media https://www.linkedin.com/in/amieroselong/ https://twitter.com/amieroselong To prepare for this session, Amie has been interviewing a number of senior product leaders. She will be highlighting earlier career moments from this group, picking out difficult decisions they had to make and how they approached these ethical crossroads. Nathan Kinch - Co-founder and CEO at Greater than X https://www.linkedin.com/in/nathan-kinch-03359b40/ https://twitter.com/NathanKinch Greater Than X works at the forefront of the personal information economy. They help brands evolve their culture, workflows and practices in such a way they’re able to systematically release inherently trustworthy, data-driven products and services to their customers. Kindly popping in to see us from his usual base in Melbourne, Nathan will be talking through some of the key components of an ethical organisation and offering some actionable takeaways for people to go try. -------------------------------------------------------- A huge thanks to our sponsoring partner this month, Amplitude - https://amplitude.com/ "At Amplitude, we’re on a mission to help product teams understand their users’ behavior so that they can build better products. We’ve built a product intelligence platform that enables anyone, regardless of analytics experience, to listen to what their users are telling them through user behavior. Headquartered in San Francisco with offices in New York, London, Paris, Amsterdam, Seattle, Austin and Singapore, Amplitude is the cross-platform intelligence solution of choice for modern product and growth teams. Amplitude serves over 26,000 customers including Microsoft, Booking.com, Adidas, Intuit, and IBM." -------------------------------------------------------- This month's curator is James Mayes. James is Co-founder and CEO of Mind the Product, the world's first & finest series of conferences, meetups and training for Product Management. https://www.linkedin.com/in/jmayes/ https://twitter.com/James_Mayes -------------------------------------------------------- Timings: 6:30 - Doors & free bar open 7:00 - Talks start 8:15 - Q&A