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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.
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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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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
Soft Touch Product Management for Small Teams Or Managing through LOLcats On small teams, the product manager often functions as product manager, project manager, scrum master, product owner, QA manager, analytics department, and coffee guy. How do you keep all the stakeholders happy? How do you avoid meltdowns and temper tantrums (including your own)? A sense of humor and a good GIF collection can help. Barbara says, "As a product team of one I always love tuning in to Global Product Management Talk as a chance to check in with "my people." I've been a pretty passive voice in the community to date, so I'm looking forward to diving in the deep end!" Barbara North, Director of Product at FORA.tv has worked on a wide variety of projects, including a website that allows you to customize letterpress stationery, mobile friendly social games, music driven photo slide shows, and a mobile social network. She currently serves as the Director of Product at FORA.tv helping conference and event organizers produce, distribute, and monitize their video content. Barbara attended the first and is registered for the next Startup Product Summit SF2! Register today to network with Barbara and be shoulder to shoulder with the best and the brightest product leaders sharing their experience so you can stand on their shoulders to forward your product, startup and career! http://bit.ly/16qfEKp
Brainrants from Brainmates Inaugural Show with Adrienne Tan, Nick Coster and Natalie Yan-Chatonsky "New and Old Product Management", language was raised at the 2013 Product Management Festival in Zurich. 1. Is there such a thing as Old and New Product Management? 2. Why is this language emerging? 3. What does it mean for the Product profession? 4. What benefits does it drive? 5. What are the issues when we use this language? http://www.brainmates.com @brainmates music "Hurricane" intro courtesy of @BlameSally
Data Informed Product Management According to Jason Shah, Product Management is the process of building, testing, measuring, and maintaining good software. Geoffrey Moore, who wrote Crossing the Chasm, says, "You actually have your hand on the tiller that changes the fate of your company. So its an amazing priviledge to work in a high tech company because the amount of power you get, particularly if you can get into this role of product marketing and product management..." is the ability to affect the direction of the product. Resources: http://bit.ly/1aDqImT Jason is speaking at Startup Product Summit SF2 which is like Tedtalks for Product excellence: Learn about managing products to success at Product Bootcamp San Francisco Oct 10-12! http://bit.ly/14ZagO Oct 10: Competitive space & Lean startup workshops http://bit.ly/14SMcaC Oct 11 Startup Product Summit SF2 http://bit.ly/1bvsOFm Oct 12 ProductCamp San Francisco unconference http://pcampsf.com
Alicia says, "Participating in as an audience member of the Global Product Management Talk over the last several years has been beneficial in helping me develop as a Product Manager. Now I am delighted to have the opportunity to help other "Up and Comers" in the in the same manner. I hope to generate some lively and thought provoking discussion."
Alicia spent 5 years as the Mobile Product Manager for UPS Logistics Technologies, a subsidiary of United Parcel Service (now Roadnet Technologies). At UPS-LT Alicia was responsible for strategic and tactical development plans for MobileCast®, a GPS based mobile resource management solution that is part of the Roadnet Transportation Suite®. This role included working with both customers and prospects in order to seek out prevalent challenges that could be solved using technology as well as moving the product through the many stages necessary to bring it to market.
Prior to her role with UPS-LT, Alicia spent nearly 10 years in product & brand management roles with Blackboard Inc., Dell Inc., Fruit of the Loom Inc., and Kids “R” Us (Toys “R” Us Inc.). Alicia holds a B.S. from Howard University, an MBA from Baruch College, City University of New York, and a MS in Marketing from the University of Alabama.
REGISTER TODAY! Startup Product Summit SF2 October 11, 2013 http://bit.ly/11fNVcU startupproduct.com
Anas Bahsas is Head of product management Toyota - Telematics in Saudi Arabia at Abdul Latif Jameel Company. He has more than 10 years of experience in Software management for enterprise , has been head of project management office and led large software implementation projects in his company.
Anas traveled from Saudi Arabia to attend Product Bootcamp SF, Startup Product Summit SF2 and ProductCampSF October 10-12, 2013
Stephanie Geerlings, Builder, Hacker, Entrepreneur, PM, and Prime Minister for Cloud City, has grown companies from $3k-3M+ and teams from 3-50. She's built software, hardware, large steel machine sculptures, and has done 3-D, print, and web design and branding for Fortune 500s. Because of her background on various quickly moving projects she used to claim that the startup life was the easiest she's ever experienced. "Just working for one company—that's nice."
Stephanie's values are core to how she works. She's overly honest, cares about intention, and believes in people. "Our work is to solve problems. Problems get solved—by thinking it through and applying best practices in a flexible way. Not all clients requirements are the same. We design and engineer the solution."
Stephanie is speaking at Startup Product Summit SF2 Oct 11, 2013 Register today for best price: http://startupproduct.com
Product Weekend San Francisco - Oct 10-12, 2013 trainings, Summit, Afterparty, Product Camp San Francisco
@JohnNewbury, B2B Marketing Professional, Leads Discussion On The End Of The Product Life Cycle: How To Deal With Product Obsolescence In The Retire Stage John says, "I'm really delighted to be joining the Global Product Management Talk to lead this discussion, having co-hosted several times. ProdMgmtTalk is such a unique forum for Product Managers, with high-quality insight from a truly global audience. Talking about how to manage a product's end of life stage should enhance ever
Rich Mironov, Seasoned Product Executive, Start-up Entrepreneur, Author, Technologist, And Founder Of Product Camp Silicon Valley, Discusses The Evolution of Product Camps, Product Management, And His Next Book
Silicon Valley is bubbling up with people who have the right ideas and are seeking out customers in contrast to an engineering driven approach of "build it and they will come." Rich Mironov says "Great product management thinking is to ask "How do we get urgently needed validated ideas and product concepts that customers want to buy before we get down the road in product development?"
"I'm looking forward to a free-wheeling session with passionately opinionated members of the product management community to talk about what's transpired in the world of product management since the last time I was on the show a year ago," shares Rich.
From Product Camp Silicon Valley http://bit.ly/16TxzHl slidvu http://bit.ly/15LsSvX
Sean Campbell, Principal, Cascade Insights Discusses Competitive Intelligence Frameworks and the Power Of Pattern Recognition For Deciphering Changing Market Forces And Customer Needs @sean_campbell Sean says, "Regularly, Scott Swigart and I discuss pertinent issues on the CI Life podcast. The Global Product Management Talk combined with the socratic twitter chat is a novel format for talking about frameworks with the product professional community." Background Resources:&
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