Please volunteer to lead a session at ProductCamp Dublin 2019 here.
Submit the title of your session and a brief description. Session voting will be enabled here on the day, the results of which will dictate the agenda.
Product Camp is run by the community for the community. Everyone is a "participant". Every member of the community is a potential session lead on the day. Please ...
Suggested by: Russell
In a rapidly changing environment for Product owners/managers, one of the main focuses needs to be on how we keep learning and improving.
Suggested by: Paul Hays
Selling high & underdelivering without deep diving into clear client product objectives is a frustrating process
Suggested by: Pranash Ramanundh
The customer ask is not the right thing for your products long term strategy - the customer is not always right! However, they know their business better than any ...
Suggested by: Stephen O'Loughlin
Have you ever used Growth experiments in your Product Management practice? if not, then this is something you should start leveraging. From defining your business ...
Suggested by: Manuel Breschi
We are at the inflection point where machine learning is no longer a buzz word but an emerging reality and it's disrupting all industries around us, our processes and ...
Suggested by: Magda Targosz
Can roadmap planning really be outcome led in a B2B environment, where there is always at least one really demanding customer with their own agenda.
Suggested by: Siobhan O'Sullivan
Why did NASA cancel its first all-female space walk? Who is "Reference Man"? Why do drivers buy milkshakes? Why do vegan burgers bleed? Why does Richard Branson keep ...
Suggested by: Ultan O'Broin CSM CSPO MSC
The SaaS model has emerged as the default go-to-market approach. It's not new - telecoms companies have been selling TV, broadband and phone in a subscription ...
Suggested by: Simon Kelehan
Product Managers need to consider route-to-market within the product roadmap. The System Integrator/the Sales Channel is a key persona to consider. The session ...
Suggested by: Donagh Kiernan
A quick look at the Octalysis Framework for product engagement and how we applied it at ProdPad.
Suggested by: Andrea Saez
As an ex-Project Manager turned Product Manager, I’ll share my lessons learned about the difference between strategy and execution during my transition between roles, ...
Suggested by: Emma Sephton