What we’re about
This group is for Product enthusiasts involved with designing, building, and marketing cool technical products in Northeast Ohio. Everyone is invited, from VPs of Product to Product Managers to UX Designers, those without a Product role but who are interested in learning about Product Management, and anyone in between! All we ask is you bring your passion and enthusiasm!
Upcoming events (3)See all
- Product Lean CoffeeVan Aken Market Hall, Shaker Heights, OH
Come join Cleveland's monthly Product Lean Coffee at Van Aken Market Hall in Shaker Heights to chat about all things Product, from tactics to strategy - and how Product relates to other things like design, UX, engineering, sales, and marketing.
So bring your ideas, thoughts, questions, or just feel free to grab a cup of Rising Star coffee and listen. We're a friendly bunch that likes meeting new folks!
- Everything I need to know about Product I learned in the Restaurant IndustryLink visible for attendees
Before entering the business world with positions in Marketing, Operations, IT, and Product, Shannon Osborne spent a decade working in food service. In this talk she reflects on how she uses the lessons learned at restaurants in her daily life as a Product and technology leader. Shannon will be sharing some of her secret ingredients for success in this fun and tasty talk!
- Product Management in Practice - A Conversation with Matt LeMayLink visible for attendees
We Product people learn our craft in different ways, and it involves lots of different skills and experience. And much of our knowledge comes from reading books, going to conferences, and listening to podcasters. But much of that content states how Product Management should be done in theory, but Product Management in the real-world is a bit messier.
That is what I like about the book Product Management in Practice by Matt LeMay, because it shares best practices for dealing with the real-world messiness of our discipline. Come hear directly from Matt as he shares his Product Management journey, what challenges he's seen in companies he's worked for or consulted with, and the future of our discipline.