The Latest Product Management Mentors

TPM-Short3-LogoWe are very excited to announce The Product Mentor Session 6 has just launched!  Since it’s very lean MVP kick-off in 2013, The Product Mentor has grown to 20+ countries and over 800 mentees in our backlog.  Help us with our global backlog of mentees and…

Sign up to be a Mentor today!

The Product Mentor is a very exclusive program to be chosen for.  As a result, all participants have fully embraced the sharing as much of their product management knowledge with everyone who has yet to make it into the program.

  • imageMentees share their newly acquired knowledge via Articles containing notable lessons learned from their Mentors
  • Mentors lead Talks on topics where mentors, mentees, and the rest of the Internet get to listen and ask questions in real-time.

This Session is shaping up to have some truly great Talks scheduled.  Hope to see you at one of the upcoming talks (or feel free to check out past ones on our YouTube Channel @ http://tpg.li/subscribe-tpg)

Sunday, Feb. 12

  • @ 10AM ET
    Advocating for Lean Practices with Nis Frome
    How to align lean methodologies with various (and often competing) stakeholder objectives.
  • @ 12PM ET
    Strategy in an Agile Environment with Chris Butler
    The team makes progress sprint-over-sprint, but how do they know if you are always headed the right direction? Strategy for agile teams is about how they link the high level decisions that leaders make with the day-to-day actions that team members make.
  • @ 2PM ET
    The Value of Win/Loss Analysis with Jordan Bergtraum
    Performing your own Win/Loss analysis can help you more objectively learn why your product sells, and even more important why it doesn’t sell. I’ll discuss the tactics of having there interviews, what questions to ask, and how to use the results.
  • @ 4PM ET
    Mixed Reality Interfaces and Product Management with Vikas Batra
    In this talk Vikas will share recent   developments in the field of Virtual Reality(VR) and Augmented Reality (AR) . Share use-cases on how AR is being used by enterprises to help you identify how you could use it to gain competitive advantage in your market.

Sunday, Mar. 12

  • @ 12PM ET
    Product Management & The Nuances of Digital Health Apps with Shelley Iocona
    Creating digital health applications requires product managers employ a unique and specific skill set, one that is often only learned by effective collaboration with clinical and administrative personnel. The learning curve can be very steep! Everything from how medical usability studies are conducted to best practices developing front-end requirements that conform to the FHIR data model for interoperability are nuances that can make or break your product development lifecycle. Learn what to look out for as a product manager working on a digital health application and set yourself up for success.
  • @ 2PM ET
    A New Flavor of Agile with Andrew Hsu
    How to thoughtfully include everyone’s experience to build the most effective product. “Absorbing what is useful, discarding what is not, adding what is uniquely your own. “
  • @ 4PM ET
    How do we build better teams? with Atma Degeyndt
    Reverse Game Theory or Mechanism design is about constructing a game with payoffs, in order to maximize utility.  Atma will discuss how to use behavioral and psychological levers (rules) to design teams with a higher probability of success.

Sunday, Apr. 16

  • @ 10AM ET
    Productivity Hacks for Product Managers with Andy Wadhwa
    Getting things done and accomplishing more in less time is an especially important skill for product managers. During this talk, Andy will go over a list of recommendations he has found to be helpful in boosting his level of productivity.
  • @ 12PM ET
    How to Break Into Product Management with Paul Hurwitz
    Learn how to leverage domain expertise and product management knowledge to break into a Product Manager role.
  • @ 2PM ET
    Getting Ahead in Product Management with Felix Sargent
    You’ve become a product manager, but now what? How do you progress your career, and what are you doing it for? This talk goes over how to turn an unimportant (but ok) project into a shining example for the company, and your career with it.
  • @ 4PM ET
    Opportunity Mapping for Product Discovery with Charlotte Gauthier
    Opportunity mapping helps product managers uncover the implicit needs and assumptions hidden in our understanding of a problem, and guides us to reframe the problem in order to generate many possible solutions. This allows for a more robust product discovery process.

Check back at http://TheProductMentor.com on the day of the Talks and a link will be posted for you to watch and participate.

More About The Product Mentor
The Product Mentor is a program designed to pair Product Management Mentors and Mentees around the World, across all industries, from start-up to enterprise, guided by the fundamental goals…

Better Decisions. Better Products. Better Product People.

Each Session of the program runs for 6 months with paired individuals…

  • Conducting regular 1-on-1 mentor-mentee chats
  • Sharing experiences with the larger Product community
  • Participating in live-streamed product management lessons and Q&A
  • Mentors and Mentees sharing their product management knowledge with the broader community

Sign up to be a Mentor today & join an elite group of product management executives!

Enjoy!

Jeremy Horn
The Product Guy

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About Jeremy Horn

Jeremy Horn is an award-winning, product management veteran with 2 decades of experience leading and managing product teams. Jeremy has held various executive and advisory roles, from founder of several start-ups to driving diverse organizations in online services, consumer products, and wearables. As founder of The Product Group, he has created the largest product management meetup in the world and hosts the annual awarding of The Best Product Person. Accelerating the next evolution of product management, Jeremy acted as creator and instructor of the 10-week product management course at General Assembly and The New School, and mentoring at Women 2.0 and Lean Startup Machine (where is he also a judge). To see where Jeremy is now check him out at (1) http://linkedin.com/in/TheProductGuy and (2) http://TheProductGuy.com