Chair Opening Remarks Day 108:50 - 09:00Ballroom
People as Product: Leading and Empowering Teams of Agile Product Owners & Engineers Joel Shinners
09:00 - 09:30Ballroom
Developing Products - The Question of Quality Sally Foote
09:30 - 10:00Ballroom
Quality is hard to articulate - it is highly contextual and customers can't always tell you what they feel or why. Sally's presentation will be weighted in lessons from Photobox's physical products but mapping these across to what we can learn for the design and experience of digital products and end-to-end customer experiences.
The Importance of People - Teams, Stakeholders & RoadmapsNeil Hall
10:00 - 10:30 Ballroom
Behind the scenes of product development: building product teams, managing stakeholder expectations and generating roadmaps.
Coffee Break Day 110:30 - 11:00The Foyer
Pitfalls of a PM & How to Avoid ThemNatalie Waugh
11:00 - 11:30 Ballroom
Roundtable Surgery Day 111:30 - 11:45Ballroom
In this session, groups will discuss issues they have related to product management. An individual (the patient) will highlight the biggest difficulty they have during the product cycle and the group (the surgeons) will subsequently suggest ways to remedy this issue.
Panel Session: Product Development in the Age of New Tech Day 111:45 - 12:30Ballroom
5 professionals discuss the nuances and challenges of navigating the product cycle in the age of new tech and big data.
LunchDay 112:30 - 13:30The Foyer
Buffet style food & drink.
Using Machines to Build Products for HumansMitali Pattnaik
13:30 - 14:00Ballroom
How we can build delightful, engaging products for human users using Machine Learning & AI.
Conway's LawMarc Massar
14:00 - 14:30Ballroom
Frequently, organisations fail to achieve desired outcomes because they ignore the power of team structure and ways of work. Conway’s Law tells us that teams are suited to achieve the results they are built to produce. In this discussion, we will examine what Conway’s Law is, what it tells us about how to achieve business and technology goals, and how to hack your organisation by choosing patterns and ways of work that prepare teams to achieve outcomes effectively.
Roundtable Networking SessionDay 114:30 - 14:45Ballroom
Grouping with people they didn't previously know, attendees discuss a set of pre-determined questions.
Panel Session: Roadmapping - The Keys to Success Day 114:45 - 15:30Ballroom
5 professionals discuss the difficulties and benefits of developing a product roadmap. They discuss managing stakeholders, making a vision something tangible and pivoting once the need for change arises.
Coffee Break Day 115:30 - 15:50The Foyer
Designing Simple Products: How To Get Out Of The Way Of Your CustomersLaurent Kretzschmar
15:50 - 16:20Ballroom
What to do when your 'product' is not one your customers actually asked for. Think checkouts, broadband routers or email interface.
Strategy, Roadmap, Business CasesBalaji Nageswaran
16:20 - 16:50Ballroom
Closing RemarksDay 116:50 - 17:00 Ballroom
Chairperson summarises and closes the event
Open Bar Networking Drinks Day 117:00 - 18:00The Foyer
Relax, network and drink up!

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