Chair Opening Remarks Day 108:20 - 08:30Ballroom
From the abstract to the concrete Robert Homberger
08:30 - 09:00Ballroom
Developing product in a complex world requires creative thinking, analytical thinking, foresight and so much more. This topic is similar to topic one but challenging research to an extent, proposing that we only really know if our product is successful when it’s out in the world, and then we can start iterating.
Launching innovative productsDan Canham
09:00 - 09:30Ballroom
How do you know you have a Product strategy worth executing?Dino Talic
9:30 - 10:00Ballroom
Product teams today generally are experts in fast iteration and customer discovery. What is less common are teams and leaders with a strategy worth executing. It can be tempting to focus on on the frameworks and processes in our industry - and whilst iterating and learning quickly are important without a solid product strategy they are inevitably doomed to failure.
CENTRALIZED PRODUCT TEAMS – HOW TO TRANSFORM YOUR TEAM FROM ORDER TAKERS TO THOUGHT LEADERSAnita Rao
10:00 - 10:30Ballroom
Roundtable Surgery Session: Discussing Your Biggest Challenges Day 110:30 - 10:45Ballroom
Coffee Break Day 110:45 - 11:15The Foyer
Empathy is a product manager's superpowerGlen Aiton
11:15 - 11:45Ballroom
The craft of product management is multidisciplinary, spanning functions across business, user experience and technology. Even so, many products fail to thrive or find product-market-fit. So what tips the scale for successful products? The special ingredient is "empathy". This talk will explore the role of empathy as a product management super power, and stories from a Google product manager on how it's used in practice, and why it's critical to drive better outcomes.
Fireside Chat: Roadmapping: The Keys to SuccessChloe Gottlieb
11:45 - 12:15Ballroom
Discussing the differences between 'good' and 'bad' roadmaps for product leaders. Addressing the right problems, driving company strategy and having team ownership. What are the keys to success during this process?
Using Machines to Build Products for Humans Ben Frazi
12:15 - 12:45Ballroom
How we can build delightful, engaging products for human users using Machine Learning & AI
LunchDay 112:45 - 1:30The Foyer
How an airline can win in health insuranceAaron Fuller
1:30 - 2:00Ballroom
Panel Session: The importance of Customer centricity Day 12:00 - 2:45Ballroom
The future of AI and Machine Learning in modelling products Julia Modesti
2:45 - 3:15Ballroom
Coffee breakDay 13:15 - 3:45The Foyer
Workshop Networking SessionDay 13:45 - 4:00Ballroom
Panel Session: Back to the future: Implement future value in today’s productDay 14:00 - 4:45 Ballroom
The design and initial thought process of creating products today to benefit demands of the future. How are we achieveing this through research and development? Which customer feedback implements the change and which do you ignore from your strategy?
DECISION MAKING WITH LIMITED TIME AND INFORMATIONWill Everitt
4:45 - 5:15Ballroom
Open Bar Networking Drinks Day 15:15 - 7:00Foyer

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