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With Michael Mukhin (Dir. Product, Native Instruments).
Wednesday, May 29, 2019 at 06:30 PM   Absolutely Free
Product School SF, 415 Jackson St, Ste B
 
     
 
 
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Being a Product Manager requires structured & organized thinking. Frameworks & toolkits are a handy & effective way to approach problems. Product Managers will learn about many & develop their own throughout their product careers.Main takeaways:- Continuous discovery is the only way to do product- Recruiting users will be hard, build relationships, or contact strangers in context- Product development can be a struggle, agree on a recipe as a team, stick to it, & iterate
Meet the Speaker: Michael Mukhin

Michael Mukhin is a Director of Product at Native Instruments in Los Angeles. He has previously worked as Engineering Consultant at Homer Logistics. Michael became a Product Manager & found that his wide range of skills was a perfect match for a career in product.
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Get the FREE Product Book here --Please note:- Tickets sales at the door are from 6:00 - 6:30 PM (if any are still available)- Event entrance and/or seating is based on a first come first served basis.- Please arrive promptly. Doors lock at 7pm to avoid speaker disruptions.- No refunds unless we have fully canceled the event. Date changes are not included. - For additional info or questions, send an email to events@productschool.comProductSchool San Francisco - REGWSP -->Workshop - PMWSP -->


Product School is the first technology business school. We provide certified courses in Product Management & other digital skills to professionals across 16 campuses worldwide. We also offer the same courses live online. All courses are taught by real-world product managers working at top technology companies such as Google, Facebook, Slack, Airbnb, LinkedIn, & Netflix.
 
 
 
 
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