Chair Opening Remarks Day 109:20 - 09:30Main Room
The Rest Of The World Is Not Silicon Valley: Learn From eBay’s Failure In China On How To Localize Your ProductPreston Smalley
09:30 - 10:00Main Room
The best business practices in the world are worth nothing if those implementing them don't have a deep understanding of their market. In the early 2000’s, when eBay went to do battle in the Chinese e-commerce market against Alibaba, these lessons came into clear view. Hear from a product leader who spent a summer in Shanghai learning this lesson first hand. Products designed and developed in Silicon Valley are often revolutionary, but they're no silver bullet. Learn how you can avoid these pitfalls with your own products.
Bringing A Customer Mindset Into The World of machine Learning & Artificial IntelligenceSonu Durgia
10:00 - 10:30Main Room
Traditional Machine learning, AI products have limited customer mindset during conceptualization of model which poses limitations on the desired outcome. In real world search approximately only 60% of customers express search intent and remaining 40% don't express clearly what they are looking for. This has been seen in a Walmart sample size 6.4 B queries annually. To tackle such customer challenges we apply a new approach of multi-objective optimization in Machine Learning and Artificial intelligence.
Designing the unforgettableYann Caloghiris
10:30 - 11:00Main Room
Coffee BreakDay 111:00 - 11:20Foyer
Transcending the Traditional Product Roadmap: Planning for Growth Across HorizonsTenni Theurer
11:20 - 11:50Main Room
Linear roadmaps operate under the assumption that we know when every task will begin and end, without taking factors like market and competitive disruption, unforeseen priorities or needs, or shifts in macro trends and user patterns into account. How can we do a better job of planning and prioritizing without relying on traditional roadmapping? Enter: the three horizons for growth.
Networking WorkshopDay 111:50 - 12:10Main Room
Panel Session: Product In The Fourth Industrial Revolution Ishita Majumdar
Gabor Melli
12:10 - 1:00Main Room
1) In what ways are AI & ML disrupting & redefining product globally: From management to design & dissemination? 2) How do you build great products in the age of AI? 3) Ethical AI: Acting responsibly with big data
Lunch Day 11:00 - 1:50Foyer
Streaming Personalized Spatial Audio At Scale: A Story Of An Enterprise ProductShruti Badhwar
1:50 - 2:20Main Room
This talk is the story of “DiveTM”. It is the story of an enterprise product, but more importantly it is the story of how developments in completely disparate areas of technology shape product development and challenge the existing status quo. Riding on the AI wave, cloud-computing and 5G, DiveTM enables a personalized and immersive live streaming experience at a scale never imagined before. Whether you are watching a music concert, a baseball game, a video game, or simply joining in to a meeting remotely, with DiveTM you can be spatially aware of sound just as you are in real-life.
Product For AIAnita Rao
2:20 - 2:50Main Room
With the proliferation of AI in most facets of our lives, we need to enhance our product processes and define new ways to build data solutions. In traditional Product Management, we use wire frames to mock up a product concept and test a Proof of Concept with potential users. In AI, it is different. This session will walk you through a framework for building the data models that can be embedded in solutions for advanced analytics. The focus is on the questions asked with insights and predictions delivered. We will uncover some patterns that we never would have predicted.
From Front Porch To Exit Poll: How To Build An Engaging & Successful Subscription Service For Your BusinessMathieu Verbeeck
2:50 - 3:20Main Room
Subscription-based companies are growing 10x faster than the S&P 500. Unlike the more traditional product-based companies, these subscription companies tend to obsess more about who their customers are and what they like. Their predictable and recurring revenue model helps them set up for success as they can continuously fuel their growth investment. In this session, Mathieu Verbeeck will present a few best practices and lessons learned on what it takes to migrate to and lead a successful subscription-based product organization.
Coffee BreakDay 13:20 - 3:50The Foyer
Panel Session: Aligning Your Purpose With Your ProductPrashanthi Ravanavarapu
3:50 - 4:40Main Room
1) Purpose led products: Idealistic or realistic? 2) Catering for an increasingly ‘woke’ audience: Millennials & Gen Z 3) Products for a better world: How can your business marry profitability with meaning & impact? 4) Building inclusive & accessible products
Networking WorkshopDay 14:40 - 5:00Main Room
How To Avoid Pissing Off Your Team John Kucera
5:00 - 5:30Main Room
One of the most common ways PMs slip up and create grumpiness is by overstepping their role. We'll talk through real life examples such as PMs dictating architecture, UX patterns, launch strategy, messaging and more. Learn how to avoid these issues or guide your team to avoiding them through clarity of roles and decision making.
Product Development With A Globally Distributed Talent Pool Srishti Sofat
5:30 - 6:00Main Room
Talent is globally distributed. High speed internet connectivity, the plethora of collaborative tools (think zoom, slack, GIT) is helping bring the world closer. More often than not companies large and small are looking to hire the best with distributed teams across multiple locations like Palo Alto, Toronto, Rio, Paris, Tel Aviv or Bangalore. Virtual teams are the reality of the future! Leaders need to embrace this. Teams must continue to adapt to be effective and innovative in product development with a global talent pool for a global market.
Chair Closing Remarks Day 16:00 - 6:10Main Room
Networking Drinks Day 16:10 - 7:20Foyer

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