Criticality v. Scope: How to Prioritize Product Decisions

jeu. 13 septembre à 00:30

Fuseau horaire : Paris (GMT+02:00)

Capital One Labs
New York
États-Unis
New York

Prioritizing decisions for product releases can sometimes be an intimidating experience for product leaders. Sometimes the trepidation they feel can rise exponentially when there are many ideas to review while managing expectations of stakeholders. In many companies large and small, some strategists think they should develop many features to build better products, while others choose to be selective about which features to build in order to prevent turning a product into a "feature Frankenstein" which only creates more problems in the minds of customers. Let's get together to discuss how prioritizing product decisions can work in the industries of today. We invited two career product leaders to share with us their experiences and demonstrate that making effective prioritization decisions are the result of conscientious evaluation, estimation, and other proven methods. Please meet our guest presenters: Holly Hester-Reilly

Product Management Trainer and Consultant

H2R Product Science

http://www.linkedin.com/in/hollyhesterreilly Holly combines a decade of experience in startups and web technology companies with experience in scientific research to bring her clients a rigorous, research driven approach to growing their businesses through successful product launches and iterations. Holly has helped startups like Plectica and YourBase.io, growth companies like MediaMath, Shutterstock and the Lean Startup Co, and enterprises like Weight Watchers and Toys “R” Us figure out which product growth strategies and opportunities they should pursue and build the teams to deliver on their goals. Holly also studied Chemical Engineering at Columbia University in New York City. Alex Finnemore

Principal Consultant // Business Development

Citrusbyte

https://www.linkedin.com/in/alexfinnemore Alex has a background in product management, software development, and physics research. His career includes helping companies grow by solving complex business problems, developing new product opportunities, and creating new business models. Alex also focuses on the strategy and execution of software development, creating products for Fortune 500 companies and startups. Prior to Citrusbye, Alex worked in a mobile banking and payments start-up, FireID and co-founded Curious Orange, selling designer clothing in the UK. He also served as a product manager at MOO.COM in London, before joining a logistics company (Boxbee) in New York City. Alex studied Physics at the University of Stellenbosch, University of Cape Town, and the University of Cambridge. ProductTank will kick off around 6:45pm and continue until 8:15pm or 8:30pm, followed by a reception for networking and meeting new friends. Refreshments will be provided, compliments of our sponsor: Capital One Labs

http://capitalonelabs Our Capital One Labs Event Host:

Saad Khatri, Director of Product at Capital One - Please stay tuned for updates, and we hope to see you there! - To find out more about ProductTank and Mind the Product. visit: http://producttank.nyc http://mindtheproduct.com

Source: https://www.meetup.com/fr-FR/producttanknyc/events/253536414/


Capital One Labs
New York
États-Unis

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