An interactive workshop that will level up your User Stories, Acceptance Criteria, and overall prioritization skills. This 2-hour session will provide you with the tools and skills to craft user stories that will drive innovation and conversations about what your users really need, and not just what they might want (or what someone thinks they want).
Large checks are written to invest in products that are deemed to have "product-market fit" - whether that's headcount for a new or existing product within a large company or a brand new startup. As a product manager, you get to have the job to define a product that "fits" - how do you do it? how do you know if you've succeeded? When is the right time to pivot and the right time to double down? We'll explore the data as well as qualitative criteria to define products that customers love and are fiscally viable.
ProductCamp is a participant-driven, collaborative unconference on topics related to Product Management, Product Strategy, and Product Marketing. Any participant can present a topic or run a group discussion. On the day of ProductCamp, all attendees cast their votes for sessions and presentations they’d like to attend. Most popular wins – sessions with the most votes will be presented throughout the rest of the day.
The lessons learned of growing the PM discipline from startup to a unicorn company: The Tableau story.
Thierry D’hers is Vice President Product development for Visual analytics team. He is responsible for the strategy, design and engineering for all functional aspects of Tableau targeting the data analyst, the business users and storyteller, both on desktop and on the browser. During his 5 ½ year tenure at Tableau, Thierry has built and led the Program/Product management function for the entire development organization before being asked to run a large part of the engineering team more recently.
Get together and network with other members of the Pacific Northwest Product Management Community during our Annual Members Spring Social. This will be a night filled with heavy hors d'oeuvres, drinks and entertainment. Come ready to share ideas, make new connections and have fun. Hosted by one of our sponsors, for PMC members only.
Location: Moz, 1100 2nd Ave #500, Seattle, WA 98101
Organizations are adopting “Cloud-first” directives at a record pace, but the details are often left up to individual business segments to devise a successful plan. Join us for this presentation where we will discuss how a cloud-first strategy impacts development and delivery, and the implications that may affect your own product definition. Gain insight into practical information and lessons learned over Dev9’s five years of Cloud strategy and implementation projects with numerous enterprises.
Providing a compelling user experience is pivotal to developing a successful product. As a product manager, you are often tasked with difficult decisions that require a deep understanding of customer needs and how to deliver the best experience possible. User research is an effective way to both generate insights and validate direction. Come learn techniques for implementing user research at all stages of the product development lifecycle from concept generation through product validation.
Doors will open at 6:30pm, with the event starting at 7pm. **Event is sold out!**
A rapid hands-on workshop to understand and explore Design Thinking…a powerful set of tools for creating meaningful, valuable products and well-considered customer experiences.
As a product manager, you need ways to consistently and confidently tackle uncharted territory, generate bold ideas, and develop solutions relentlessly focused on customer needs.
Come get hands on with Design Thinking- a process that will ground your product development efforts and stimulate your team to create meaningful, valuable products and experiences that truly delight your customers.