Saturday 2nd May, 2015
12:45pm to 1:35pm
If you let other people define your role and responsibilities as a product manager, you can't succeed in fulfilling all their expectations. You'll do what other people want instead of being successful in your role. This is most difficult when you are a new product manager or are just asserting product management into your organization. This session will review the common roles in an organization and the common pitfalls of product managers and marketers. You'll have a set of techniques for defining your role in a clear and non-threatening way so that you can get more done in your day and career.
About Chuck Myers
Chuck Myers started his career as a software developer who, like many, was thrown into the deep end of product management to rescue a failing product. He loved it, and was a product manager for desktop, enterprise and SaaS products at Adobe for two decades, including technical marketing.
He is now an instructor in Product Management skills as well as the soft skills of leadership and effectiveness at the 280 Group. He consults and coaches individuals and teams to be effective product management leaders.
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