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PM Hour of Power 1: Getting Started with Product Strategy

Get ready to strengthen your product super powers! A VIRTUAL hands-on session for product strategy best practice.

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Monday 24 May
4:00pm - 5:30pm

VIRTUAL

LOCATION:
Ōtautahi Christchurch
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What's it all about?

Great products solve problems. Great Product Managers’ superpower is getting stuff done, and one of the most important things we do is articulate product strategy and customer value. 

We do this work with a variety of tools, techniques, and best practices (think Agile, Canvases, UVP, Jobs to Be Done, Roadmaps) through the product lifecycle. 

Join this session to learn and practice key product concepts and practices, in a fun and casual setting.  We’ll get hands-on with techniques to take your product idea from vision to strategy to execution. 

This session will be valuable to anyone who has a business to run, a product to build or grow, or just an interest in the field of product management.

Also: This is part 1 of an awesome series.  You don’t need to attend both to get value, but you should!  Check out PM Hour of Power 2: Metrics that Matter to learn more about product metrics, frameworks, and how to measure what matters.  

The session is virtual so you can join from anywhere (and you can even wear your pajamas).  We'll send confirmations and links via email prior to the event. 

Speakers

Ashley Bass

Product Leader

Ashley shows up for the PM practice with the perfect mix of passion and pragmatism. She has over 12 years of experience building teams and best practice, leading strategy, and shipping products and programs that create sustainable business and customer value at all stages of the product lifecycle.

Tasneem Gould

Product Leader

Tas is an experienced product manager, trainer, consultant and expert in all things agile. Not to mention a successful startup founder and all-around amazing business leader. Her super power is connecting ideas, people, and practice to create business value.

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