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With Jeff Gothelf (Author, Sense & Respond), Etugo Nwokah (ex Chief Product Officer, WellMatch + iTriage), Eric Feige (Head of Fintech Services, Magenic).
Tuesday, June 20, 2017 at 06:00 PM    Cost: $20
Alpha, 584 Broadway, RM 510

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Jeff Bezos's latest letter to shareholders zeroes in on what makes Amazon successful. In it, he describes how Amazon perpetually exists in "Day 1" As he explains it:
I've been reminding people that it's Day 1 for a couple of decades. I work in an Amazon building named Day 1, & when I moved buildings, I took the name with me. I spend time thinking about this topic.

Day 2 is stasis. Followed by irrelevance. Followed by excruciating, painful decline. Followed by death. And that is why it is always Day 1.

Bezos defines Day 1 as being customer-focused, as embracing high-velocity decision-making, as sometimes disagreeing yet committing to action.

Join Alpha for a lively panel discussion on what it means to be a Day 1 company. What are the benefits? What are the consequences? How can Day 2 product teams shift to Day 1? Should they?

Jeff Gothelf is the author of Sense & Respond, & helps teams implement cross-functional collaboration, product strategy & experimentation, & agile-friendly product design to maximize their success.

Etugo Nwokah is the former Chief Product Officer of WellMatch + iTriage (an Aetna business). He is a product strategy & development leader with proven ability to identify & evaluate new opportunities in the marketplace.

Eric Feige is head of Fintech services for a digital consulting firm called Magenic. Eric has been doing digital transformation for over twenty years for businesses such as J.P. Morgan, Prudential, KPMG & Deloitte. He has delivered growth to his employers & clients by creating & launching new digital products & experiences.

This event is our first in our series, Product & Po' boys.
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