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The Study of Product Team Performance identifies the key factors that differentiate high performing product teams from their less successful counterparts. Actuation Consulting conducted the third annual global study of product teams with the goal of continuously improving our understanding of why some product teams excel while others struggle.
“We also sought to expand our knowledge of the factors that drive or influence the best outcomes,” states Greg Geracie, President of Actuation Consulting, that has conducted the study of Product Team Performance for the past 3 years.
Greg will discuss the findings, including the use of industry best practices, return on investment (ROI) and its application, the product team’s relationship with the Sales and Marketing organizations and how well the product team understands and aligns its efforts to the sales cycle.
Download the Findings on The Study of Product Team Performance 2014 http://bit.ly/1lHUmkh
Announcing The Product Summit San Francisco November 20-23, 2014; 4 days of immersion into product excellence with one track lightning talks by experts, visionaries and product management practitioners, Workshops, No Code Prototype Hackathon, and ProductCamp unconference. Early bird registration open: productsummit.org
Brainrants from Brainmates Episode 8
Brainmates will discuss how to develop a Product Roadmap.
Hosted by Natalie Yan-Chatonsky chatting with Nick Coster.
What is a Product Roadmap?
What is the purpose of a Product Roadmap?
Are there different types of Roadmaps? How are they different?
Who normally is involved with developing a Product Roadmap?
How do you develop a Product Roadmap?
What are the challenges that Product Managers face when they are developing their Product Roadmap?
Who should you communicate your Roadmap to?
Do you have any tips of how to communicate the Product Roadmap?
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Carrie Nauyalis, NPD Solution Evangelist at Planview, discusses the upcoming PIPELINE The Virtual Conference and Hub for Innovative Product Development opening June 6. REGISTER http://bit.ly/1pdckLk
The PIPELINE Virtual Conference and Hub is an online event platform and resource center bringing you:
Actionable strategies that you can apply immediately
Best practices to speed time to market, strengthen brand positioning, and stay ahead of the competition
The ability to connect with peers to share insights and lessons learned
Access to the year-round Product Development & Innovation resource center
About Carrie Nauyalis, NPD Solution Evangelist at Planview
Carrie Nauyalis, NPD Solution Evangelist at Planview, is passionate about establishing customer partnerships, developing market positioning, defining field enablement strategies, providing market-based feedback into Planview product development, and being an overall evangelist and thought leader for the Product Development market. She is an active speaker, MBA guest lecturer, blogger, and vlogger on all things Product Portfolio Management, with warm places in her heart for the topics of innovation, Stage-Gate, and Agile.
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Brainmates Brainrants #5 These sessions are short interviews about a practical Product Management topic that the Brainmates team wants to share.
Please let us know if you have any Product Management topics that you want to hear about and we will be happy to share our views, Insights and opinions.
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Jim Semick is co-founder of ProductPlan, Web-based software for developing and communicating your strategic product roadmap. Jim speaks frequently about market validation and the new product development process. He was part of the founding team at AppFolio, a business SaaS company that has raised over $30M in venture funding. Jim previously led market validation and wrote the first product requirements for well-known software products including Citrix GoToMyPC and GoToMeeting.
Episode 1: Product Superheroes with Bob Schoenthal. Bob talks with product development, design and management superheroes in the San Francisco/Silicon Valley area.
Case Sandberg started off his development and design career by turning frequent freelancing into a full time web agency. When he moved to the Bay Area he started working for one of his longest running clients and eventually the company was acquired by Shutterfly. He is currently still with Shutterfly working as a front end engineer, as well as frequently hosting hack-a-thons and working on an innovative startup idea. @casesandberg
Host, Bob Schoenthal is an experienced product manager, tech and passionate product enthusiast. His focus is on mid-sized companies in the Hawaii real estate sector and Bay Area B2B and B2C startups and early stage companies. He's an avid tech conference and winning hackathon participant. Bob organizes Startup Product Talks Silicon Valley and is heading up the Product Camp San Francisco team. @mightybobarian
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Applied Improvisation and Product Design
Applying improvisation to communication, teamwork and leadership has received a lot of business press lately. Improvisation principles can also be used in marketing areas including product design and usability. Join me Oct 23rd when we chat to Jessie Shternshus, a fellow Applied Improv Network member, about how improv principles can improve design.
As the founder and owner of The IMPROV EFFECT, Jessie weds her lifelong passion for and expertise in applied improvisation with the fast paced demands of the corporate world. In her classes she helps people become better listeners, team players, leaders, and communicators. Her physically engaging and playful workshops are relevant to all fields of life; participants of her workshops vary from college professors to engineers and from web developers to lawyers. Jessie gained her formal education at USF and NYU. Throughout her career she has worked with Fortune 500 companies and companies such as CBS, Johnson & Johnson, Expedia, Getty Images and Celgene.
Paul O'Connor, Founder of The Adept Group, Addresses The Value Of Product Line Roadmapping For Tying Strategy To Execution
Companies that embrace product line roadmapping can reap enormous benefits, including: greater strategic impact (think revenue, earnings and market share); faster deliveries by leveraging platforms and delivering feeding technologies and capabilities in a more timely fashion; focused and amplified innovation; better resource use efficiency through much smarter cross-organizational/cross-hierarchy coordination of work and decisions specific to a common product line strategy.
“I am looking forward to the opportunity to discuss this important topic with the listeners of Global Product Management Talk because it is my observation and belief that, at minimum, product line roadmapping offers organizations the opportunity to double the impact – that is, the bottom line performance – of a product line when compared to the base case of not doing roadmapping,” states Paul.
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Special Perk! Strategizing & Roadmapping the Product Line Workshop, Apr 1-2, Chicago, IL. 15% off with code: ProdMgmt http://bit.ly/1bo0iEe
Brainrants from Brainmates Episode 3 Hosted by Natalie Yan-Chatonsky chatting with Nick Coster. What do you think are the differences between Product and Brand Management? What is more important, Product or Brand? Where does Brand and Product intersect? What are results when Product and Brand Management collaborate? www.brainmates.com.au
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Brainmates Brainrants #6 - The Future of Product Management
Natalie Yan-Chatonsky interviews Roy McBurney, Nick Coster and Adrienne Tan.
Since returning from the Product Management Festival in Zurich, discussing what they agreed with and what they reacted to.
1. What will the profession look like in 20 years?
2. Where is the profession heading?
3. What does the future hold for product managers?
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Greg Geracie, President of Actuation Consulting, will discuss the newly available ProdBOK, The Product Management Body of Knowledge!
For the last three years approximately sixty of the industry’s leading product professionals banded together and contributed to the development of the ProdBOK Guide. The goal? To distill a collaborative cornerstone that can be built upon to ensure that the product management profession better supports the needs of the product community at large.
Learn about managing products to success at Product Bootcamp San Francisco Oct 10-12! http://bit.ly/14ZagOP
Oct 10: workshops re: competitive space & Lean startup way. http://bit.ly/14SMcaC
Oct 11 Startup Product Summit SF2 lightning talks w/experts & practitioners.http://bit.ly/1bvsOFm
Oct 12 Product Camp San Francisco! true community unconference: You propose topics & present http://pcampsf.com
Global Product Management Talk Discussion On Challenges And Opportunities Faced By Women In Product Management At High Tech Companies With Kristy Kocher, Head of Product Management, Clearstreet, Inc.
Kristy Kocher is an experienced Product Manager who enjoys the challenges of developing quality software products. Kristy has over 25 years of experience in the software industry in Silicon Valley, working with companies such as Electronic Arts, NetSchools, Oracle, Adecco, Informix and IntelliCorp.
"During my 30+ year career in the software industry, I have seen the roles of women in product management evolve, change and grow significantly. I look forward to discussing some of the main challenges women face when working in product management, particularly at high tech startups, as well as the many benefits of pursuing a career in this field on the Global Product Management Talk," says Kristy.
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