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Bevorstehende Events (5+)

The Product Group London September 2019

8 Mortimer St

Share, learn and network with fellow Product Managers at The Product Group. Topic of the Night: Product Failure. Featured Product: Amazon Alexa - Andrea Muttoni, Technical Evangelist. Andrea travels the world sharing stories, learnings and best practices for building voice-enabled experiences, aka Skills, with Alexa. When not coding, he enjoys composing music and mountain biking. You can reach out to him on Twitter at @muttonia.

Live stream! From Experimentation to Applying Empathy

Anywhere Worldwide

Come and join us for the next live stream event of The Product Mentor! Sit back and listen or join with your own questions. @ 3 PM Nis Frome: Being a champion for a culture of experimentation within your organization Being a champion for a culture of experimentation within your organization: By combining executive buy-in, initial proof points, and an atmosphere of enviable success, experimentation can take hold and lead to meaningful results for any business. @ 4 PM Bryan Postelnek: Tips on communicating internally to different audiences Product Managers must be able to communicate to a variety of people across different departments - stakeholders, developers, designers, marketing, leadership, etc. - and, although we wish it were true, one message or document doesn't work for all groups. Watch this talk to learn some tips on how to frame conversations and set yourself up to succeed in talking to these different audiences. @ 5 PM Yossi Mlynsky: The MVP - how to build the right MVP, it might be a lot simpler than you think. Building a product is a huge responsibility, each feature you release takes time, focus and ongoing love. Learning from the best products on the market and sharing my experience with Upstack, MealPal and others to workshop a framework of how to decide what features to include in your product launch, ideas for a focused MVP and understanding the engineering implications of your product decisions. @ 6 PM Paul Hurwitz: How to transition from Product Management to Product Leadership Key items to keep in mind when making the transition and what new tasks you'll be performing when you make the transition. Do you have to advance your career? What does it mean to manage Product Managers? @ 7 PM Tauheed Ahmed: Applying 'Empathy' to build high performing teams, gain alignment and build the right product Empathy is an indispensable skill that product managers can utilize to get deeper understanding of user needs, gain better alignment among stakeholders and build high performing teams by cultivating a culture of collaboration and respect. RSVP to attend AND THEN at the start of this event visit http://TheProductMentor.com/live (http://theproductmentor.com/live) to join in! Thanks & see you there! About The Product Mentor The Product Mentor is a program designed to pair Product Mentors and Mentees from around the World, across all industries, from start-up to enterprise, guided by the fundamental goals… Better Decisions. Better Products. Better Product People. Each Session of the program runs for 6 months with paired individuals… • Conducting regular 1-on-1 mentor-mentee chats • Sharing experiences with the larger Product community • Participating in live-streamed product management lessons and Q&A Signup to be a Mentor Today! (http://www.theproductmentor.com/sign-up.html) .

The Product Group London October 2019

Herbal House

Share, learn and network with fellow Product Managers at The Product Group. Topic of the Night: TBA Featured Product: TBA

Live stream! From Empathy to Ignoring the Customer

Anywhere Worldwide

Come and join us for the next live stream event of The Product Mentor! Sit back and listen or join with your own questions. @ 3 PM Jordan Bergtraum: Get the most out of the PMs on your team Maximize team output by understanding your peoples interests and skills. Interviewing your PMs, pairing them with the work at which they will excel, and motivating them through the areas that don't come natural. @ 4 PM Andrew Knight: how to collect and present the right data for your product team's needs Is your team data driven? Do you have the data required to set your product direction? We'll cover the fundamentals for asking the important questions, collecting the right information and presenting the relevant metrics to meet your objectives. Start using data in your decisions right away! @ 5 PM Brad Popiolek: Leading with empathy, trust, and transparency -- a product manager's guide Product managers are challenged to influence without formal authority and often serve as the "go-to" person for cross functional teams. Learn how a combination of leadership tactics and agile methodologies can help you lead a high functioning team that ultimately comes together in peace and harmony, delivers software every week, and does a retro every time to figure out how you can improve. @ 6 PM Scott Stokke: Starting your PM Job - First 90 days Starting a new product job is hard, you need quick wins and a long view understanding of the organization. Come learn what's worked and how you can become more impactful in your new product role, in less time. @ 7 PM Dimitris Sotiriou: Don’t listen to the customer (when to break the rule) The customer is always right...until proven otherwise. As product managers we are always driven by customer feedback and requests but there is a fine moment when temporarily ignoring the customer may actually help you take a forward leap. How do you identify these moments and how do you minimise the risk of going completely off track? RSVP to attend AND THEN at the start of this event visit http://TheProductMentor.com/live (http://theproductmentor.com/live) to join in! Thanks & see you there! About The Product Mentor The Product Mentor is a program designed to pair Product Mentors and Mentees from around the World, across all industries, from start-up to enterprise, guided by the fundamental goals… Better Decisions. Better Products. Better Product People. Each Session of the program runs for 6 months with paired individuals… • Conducting regular 1-on-1 mentor-mentee chats • Sharing experiences with the larger Product community • Participating in live-streamed product management lessons and Q&A Signup to be a Mentor Today! (http://www.theproductmentor.com/sign-up.html) .

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Live stream! From Components to the Rule of Seven

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