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PM Night Toronto on Product Strategy with Ken Sandy


  • 17th July
  • Zoom

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Product Management Nights Toronto is a local product management event where all members of the community are invited to join for an evening of exchange, learnings and networking.

Until we can meet again in person – let’s get together over lunch to talk about PM and network virtually. Bring your own food and drink. Connect. Grow. Impact.

We start at 12:00 pm ET with a welcome & introduction from Amin Bashi, VP Product at CareGuide & Jeff Meister, Sr Director of Product Management at Avanade.

Followed by

💡“Create Your Killer Product Strategy”

Synopsis: Developing your product strategy doesn’t need to be time consuming, complicated or bogged-down by organizational obstacles. Through using three simple frameworks you can define, communicate and gain buy-in for a killer product strategy that aligns your stakeholders and motivates your team. In just 60 minutes in this workshop you’ll be introduced to examples from real-world companies and apply the frameworks to your own product challenges.

Key Takeaways

1. Developing your product strategy doesn’t need to be time consuming, complicated or bogged-down by organizational obstacles.

2. How to use three powerful yet simple frameworks – Strategic Pillars, the Kano method and the KL-method – to define and articulate the strategy.

3. Using a structured, top-down approach you can define key themes and desired outcomes – which in turn empower you to prioritize the most important work for you and your team.

Style: Workshop style intended to be highly participatory using either a popular case study (Airbnb) or can be tailored to break into small groups to focus on real-world examples facing the team.

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