Product Managers: Treat your Strategy as a Product
- Wednesday, Mar 18th, 11:00am PDT
Having a strategy as a guide for your teams and products is essential; we all know that. Moreover, product managers agonize over how to make these statements brief and powerful. As such, strategy has become a mad lib, fill in the blank word game that often feels abstract and disconnected from your immediate product goals.
In our upcoming webinar, our expert panel will explain the undervalued necessity of treating your strategy the same way you do your products. In other words HOW to set cause and effect metrics on your strategy and WHY this is vital.
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We’ve seen the rise of the Product Ops space, but there’s yet to be a unified definition of the role. In this roundtable, we’ll discuss what Product Ops is and where it fits in product development.
Join our expert roundtable in exploring this emerging role by sharing various perspectives, trends, and what role it plays in their respective organizations.
Key Ingredients for Successful Product Roadmaps
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Managing complex requirements in an Agile world
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The horizontal iteration and vertical communication work of a PM
Being a successful Product Manager means you have to stretch yourself to cover a lot of ground. There’s the never-ending product development process but equally importantly, you need to communicate your progress towards defined outcomes to everyone. Join us as we discuss a week in the life of a Product Manager and methods the best in the business use to thrive.
The Essential Skills All Product Managers Must Master
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Innovating in the Enterprise: How Product Managers Can Deliver Ideas Faster
Releasing products at a small startup is, for the most part, fairly straightforward. Getting everyone on the same page is easy. But if you’re a product manager at a large company, releasing a new product is far more complex. Multiple stakeholders need to be involved at various stages. Achieving organizational alignment (executives, marketing, sales, legal, etc.) can be a tall order.
Product Management’s Role in a Modern Cross Functional Team
In an ever-increasing competitive landscape, companies look for every advantage possible to deliver products faster, safer, and smarter. Cross-functional teams bring together not only coding, quality, and design disciplines into a single functioning unit, but also product management, which plays a key role. So what does that role look like at successful companies?
The Art and Science of Subscription Pricing
How much should you charge? How often should you change your pricing? What’s the best way to go about introducing new pricing? What pricing model should you use? These questions, and many more, are a constant concern for companies of all sizes.
Fireside Chat: How to Plan for a Product Redesign on your Roadmap
Are you approaching a product redesign and aren’t quite sure how to make room on your product roadmap for that? Is refactoring one of your never ending roadmap initiatives? You’re not alone. Most companies will face a re-design or a major refactoring at some point. Watch our panel and hear their expert opinions on how to best navigate a product redesign.
Getting in Shape for 2018 – Product Management Best Practices
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Aligning Product Strategy with Customer Feature Requests
We’ve all been on customer calls where we’re asked for a feature that just does not align with our product strategy. It’s not a problem if one request is an outlier, but how should you handle recurring requests from your customers that do not align with your product strategy?
In this webinar, product management veterans share real examples of feature requests that did not naturally fit with the company’s vision.
How Product Managers and Agile Dev Teams Can See Eye to Eye
Agile has transformed the way companies build and release products. But it is not without its own set of challenges. With frequent shifts in priorities, it can be difficult for product managers to set expectations.
In this webinar, product management veterans share their tips for effectively working with agile teams.
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Emceed by Jay Zeschin, and featuring Jim Semick of ProductPlan, Dan Podsedly of Tracker, Jess Sherlock of GoSpotCheck, Aaron Duke of CirrusMD, and Kevin Steigerwald of Notion.
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Product Stack LA: Panel Discussion
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