Product Management West Coast group
We come up with the best solutions when we build on the experience of our peers. People who have faced similar challenges and found solid answers. This way we succeed with our projects faster - instead of repeating our mistakes.
Our West Coast product manager group brings together professionals working with product management and facilitates in depth discussions and open sharing - with guest speakers and the experienced product manager Rasmus Skjoldan moderating each meeting.
Boye & Company provides meeting minutes from each meeting as well as an online forum for members to continue the conversations in between the meetings. There are expert guest speakers at most meetings to provide further input to the group. Guest speakers could be relevant customer cases, analysts or industry standard organisations.
Each meeting will result in a public document as a statement from the group intended to stir public discussion and further advance the field.
This is a confidential forum where experienced product managers can meet, set the agenda for future industry developments, provide feedback and share thoughts and ideas in an inspiring setting.
If you have several years of experience, a broad range of knowledge and your working day is dedicated to product management then you have the ideal profile. Each group is limited to 20 members.
New members will need to be approved by existing members to ensure the right composition.
San Francisco on June 25
Product management topics are the main themes for the group and here are some of the topics we’ve covered in 2017 and 2018:
Beta programs / how to manage customers expectations when iterating quickly, meaning when you add things and potentially remove them shortly after
Continuous innovation in established software development company
Evaluating Product Managers – what performance indicators (if any) are the best?
Making cross-team collaboration happen
Public roadmap – how to communicate product plans w/o losing competitive edge
Aiming for narrower focus but keeping a team productive, the myth/grail of parallelization to avoid idle time.
How to make engineering teams breathe the top company priority
Dealing with “big bets”: time consuming feature that could make your company grow or fail rapidly
Sense of urgency – how to get the development team to breath the product?