Product Roadmap and Customer Experience Design Workshop

Hard is not what; hard is what not! A workshop for busy leadership teams wanting to get aligned on their future.
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What is it?

ThinkPlace is offering a one-day workshop for senior leadership teams that will enable them to gain alignment on their products and service experience and make tough choices on what to prioritise and when. Using tried-and-tested methods, and under the guidance of an experienced design coach, teams will leave the workshop with an end-to-end view of the customer experience and a clear roadmap to take the products forward. The coach will spend some time with the company before the workshop to ensure the session is tailored to their needs.

This workshop was designed by Martin Grant, former Chief Innovation Officer of a New Zealand technology company.

Says Gavin Lennox, Chief Executive Officer of Invenco Group Ltd: “We are so busy working in the business it was a rare opportunity to take two days out for strategic project planning with the ThinkPlace team. The very focused approach ensured we got exponentially greater value from the time we invested, resulting in very practical and actionable outputs, including a customer-centred product feature roadmap. Can definitely recommend.”

Who is this workshop for?

This workshop is for time-pressured leadership teams in technology companies, wanting to meet together and rapidly develop products and services with a focus on the end-to-end customer experience.

Leadership teams should incorporate Chief Executive / Chief Marketing Officer / Head of Product or Innovation / Customer Service Lead / Head of Sales.

 

  • Leadership
  • Product launch
  • Scaling
  • Supply chain
  • Workshop
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Speakers

With over 30 years’ experience, there isn’t a category that Martin hasn’t designed for. With an education and early career in business and marketing, Martin coaches human-centered design in numerous export companies under the New Zealand Trade & Enterprise banner. He is known for his innovative methods which fuels participation and for democratising human-centred design in a way that is accessible to all.
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