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Slides from November Event: Better Requirements in Less Time

Attached to this post are the slides from PMC's November 2012 event presented by Chris Vander Mey: …Continue

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Slides from January 2012 Event: Stop Telling Bad Stories with Your Data!
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Whitepapers in Marketing are Backfiring
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Job Title
Group Product Manager
Employer
GrapeCity Inc.
Employer Website
http://www.daptiv.com
Background
Product Manager, Project Manager, Programmer. As the first full-time employee at Data Dynamics, we went from an 'unknown' through a successful startup phase and eventually an acquisition by GrapeCity Inc., a leading developer tools vendor. Now I'm at Daptiv learning about Product Management in the cloud.
What interests you about the PMC?
Discussions on technology and business. What could be better?! :)

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At 7:19pm on May 28, 2012, Ryan Cole said…
Anytime! It was well worth the trip! Looking forward to the next one!
At 8:41pm on May 22, 2012, Michael kary said…

Hi,

I plan on attending the lunch. So I'll see you there. Nice to see you too.

 

MK

At 3:42pm on May 2, 2012, Carlton J. Smith said…

Taking classes for business degree -- currently Accounting and business classes.

At 3:12pm on May 2, 2012, Carlton J. Smith said…

Hey Scott!   Missed you at the class get together but hope to see ya in June.  I look forward to attending events but currently have class on Thursday evenings so maybe a lunch will work better.

See ya soon.

At 11:22pm on January 28, 2012, Matt Gamboa said…

Thanks Scott.  Yes, that's what I'm here for.  I'm really wanting to transition to the role, and so I'm trying to find out everything I can on how to get there.  So, since you mentioned you're from a development background, how'd you make the jump?

At 10:41am on January 26, 2012, Chris Haven said…

Thanks for the personal invite Scott; however, I'm still jet-legged from returning from India on Monday.  I hope the event goes well and I can participate in the future!

At 3:56pm on January 20, 2012, Sid Wray said…

Hi Scott,

Thanks!  I do work with Peter, though in different groups (he's in marketing/sales analytics, and I work in BI).  I hadn't heard about the Consortium prior to a friend forwarding the invite.  I'm hoping to make it out next Thursday if possible.

Regards!

Sid

At 6:52pm on January 16, 2012, Tim Frietas said…

Thanks for the welcome, Scott.  I am excited to have been pointed here and look forward to meeting and interacting with all of you!

At 1:08pm on March 24, 2010, Dave Manningsmith said…
Welcome to the PMC, Scott!
Please use this community to connect, share, participate, and learn.
As a member of the PMC Advisory Board, I would love your feedback on how we could better meet your needs.
Also, it would be great if you would upload a profile photo. When our members have faces, they seem more like members of a community and less like static lifeless web pages.
Thank you!
~Dave
At 7:32am on March 17, 2010, Trevor Rotzien said…
Hi Scott, and welcome to the PMC online community!

I'm also from a tech background, but loving the whole Product Management thing.

Let me know if you have any questions about the PMC or this site, and don't hold back on posting comments, events, etc. This site is definitely driven by its members.

Trevor
 
 
 

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