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Many Software Engineers, UXs, & other professionals want to transition to Product Management but do not know-how. There are several areas of a product focus including strategy, roadmap, development, launch, metrics, financials, & research that are needed from a Product Manager.
In this session, the speaker will walk us through their journey to Product Management. They will also highlight their own product as a success story & provide tips on how to transition into Product Management to anyone who is interested.
- Designing for speed vs. designing for quality
- Differences in building customer empathy
- Skills for success (project management is more important in hardware, data mindset in software)
Meet the Speaker: Reuben George
Reuben is a globally experienced, customer-obsessed Product Manager with a background in software & hardware products. He is currently working at Square.
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