Suggested sessions for ProductCamp Berlin

Below is a list of some of the suggested topics for sessions at ProductCamp Berlin. Vote on your favourites, or submit an idea of your own!

A great session would be ...

You've used all your votes and won't be able to post a new idea, but you can still search and comment on existing ideas.

There are two ways to get more votes:

  • When an admin closes an idea you've voted on, you'll get your votes back from that idea.
  • You can remove your votes from an open idea you support.
  • To see ideas you have already voted on, select the "My feedback" filter and select "My open ideas".
(thinking…)

Enter your idea and we'll search to see if someone has already suggested it.

If a similar idea already exists, you can support and comment on it.

If it doesn't exist, you can post your idea so others can support it.

Enter your idea and we'll search to see if someone has already suggested it.

  1. How to break down a product feature

    This session will look hands-on on how to break down features. It will combine contributors experiences and best practices from thought leaders in product management.

    29 votes
    Vote
    Sign in
    Check!
    (thinking…)
    Reset
    or sign in with
    • facebook
    • google
      Password icon
      I agree to the terms of service
      Signed in as (Sign out)
      You have left! (?) (thinking…)
    • Let the Games Begin! Product Strategy and Game Theory

      Game theory is a mathematical discipline that investigates the interaction of multiple, interest driven and rational parties. In other words: Most of our business and social interactions.

      In this talk we will define some basic game theory terms, talk about some of the more iconic games that have been developed by the discipline and see how they apply to most of our product strategy decisions. We'll talk about Prisoner's Dilemma, Rock Paper Scissors and the Game of Chicken - describe business scenarios where they're applicable and come up with the best solutions, together!

      25 votes
      Vote
      Sign in
      Check!
      (thinking…)
      Reset
      or sign in with
      • facebook
      • google
        Password icon
        I agree to the terms of service
        Signed in as (Sign out)
        You have left! (?) (thinking…)
      • From 0 to MVP - How to go from a 2 sentence idea to a MVP

        We have all been in that situation, and idea is tossed around, the possibility of a new product, it is decided that strategically that is the way to go and now is your job as the product manager to make sure a product is delivered, you have to move fast, and be effective (what does effective even means!)
        The idea of the session is go through a fairly simple framework that will help you think and organize your work in a way that you can deliver something functional for the user and the organization.

        23 votes
        Vote
        Sign in
        Check!
        (thinking…)
        Reset
        or sign in with
        • facebook
        • google
          Password icon
          I agree to the terms of service
          Signed in as (Sign out)
          You have left! (?) (thinking…)
        • Validation without code for Product and UX People

          While the development team is usually busy on the delivery track, Product and UX people need to figure out how to validate their most critical assumptions while being in discovery mode.
          Validation then needs to happen without a dependency to code and becomes even harder if you have to validate hypotheses which are related to payment/upsell actions.

          23 votes
          Vote
          Sign in
          Check!
          (thinking…)
          Reset
          or sign in with
          • facebook
          • google
            Password icon
            I agree to the terms of service
            Signed in as (Sign out)
            You have left! (?) (thinking…)
          • Product Organisation Design with Lego

            - visualise your product organisation and identify opportunities for improving the system
            - learn how lego can help thinking about systemic problems

            22 votes
            Vote
            Sign in
            Check!
            (thinking…)
            Reset
            or sign in with
            • facebook
            • google
              Password icon
              I agree to the terms of service
              Signed in as (Sign out)
              You have left! (?) (thinking…)
              1 comment  ·  Admin →
            • Business Crash Course for Product Managers

              Product Management is predominantly a business function, but usually is staffed with engineers who couldn't be bothered to spend money on an MBA. Ever wonder what’s SG&A? What’s GAAP? What’s a balance sheet for? What’s a sales pipeline and how is it managed? What’s debt? What’s equity? Why should you care? What are demand curves, consumer and producer surpluses and what do they have to do with pricing?

              Save your MBA tuition – this is a handy guide for the basics!

              17 votes
              Vote
              Sign in
              Check!
              (thinking…)
              Reset
              or sign in with
              • facebook
              • google
                Password icon
                I agree to the terms of service
                Signed in as (Sign out)
                You have left! (?) (thinking…)
              • Death to Surveys! This is Collaboration at Scale

                Gaining solid consensus about the strategic direct your product can take, or what features truly matter in terms of nailing your USP and Market fit depends on the quality and the quantity of the information you gather during the kickoff phases of your product. Sure you can send a survey, but what if you could interact with 100 customers and users, in a game designed to let the most important features and functions to rise to the top, as well as gain a full transcript of how player interacted and thought. Now what about running this for your whole organisations…

                16 votes
                Vote
                Sign in
                Check!
                (thinking…)
                Reset
                or sign in with
                • facebook
                • google
                  Password icon
                  I agree to the terms of service
                  Signed in as (Sign out)
                  You have left! (?) (thinking…)
                • Prioritizing product feedback

                  It is a blessing when different business roles are facing and collecting customer feedback. Conversations on various touch points give us contextual feedback that helps us improve the product. A beautiful idea, but how can we ensure consistent feedback collection across multiple departments? How can we keep all this feedback in one place? How can we analyze it to pinpoint priorities that will push the business forward?
                  Let me walk you through how we are battling this challenge at Kentico Cloud.

                  14 votes
                  Vote
                  Sign in
                  Check!
                  (thinking…)
                  Reset
                  or sign in with
                  • facebook
                  • google
                    Password icon
                    I agree to the terms of service
                    Signed in as (Sign out)
                    You have left! (?) (thinking…)
                  • Follow your gut

                    While data is great, talking to users even better and validating hypotheses is at the core of product discovery sometimes we need to admit that we either don't understand data or users just don't make sense. Let's explore how and when to follow your gut to improve the product as a whole and not the feature, to make sure your not stuck in some local maximum or that you end up in 'incrementalism'.

                    9 votes
                    Vote
                    Sign in
                    Check!
                    (thinking…)
                    Reset
                    or sign in with
                    • facebook
                    • google
                      Password icon
                      I agree to the terms of service
                      Signed in as (Sign out)
                      You have left! (?) (thinking…)
                    • Slaying the Dragon: Stories, Myths, and what they have to do with Marketing

                      In the beginning there was the word - and then several words became a sentence, and then a paragraph, and then an entire set of them. And they were used around the campfire to educate, regale, or entertain.

                      We are called "Homo Sapiens" - "the wise man", but really we should have been called "homo narrativus". "the storytelling man". A defining characteristic of how we communicate and think is to tell stories - stories about success, failure - with heroes and dragons and adventure.

                      The words around the campfire became books, TV shows, movies and youtube clips - but they…

                      7 votes
                      Vote
                      Sign in
                      Check!
                      (thinking…)
                      Reset
                      or sign in with
                      • facebook
                      • google
                        Password icon
                        I agree to the terms of service
                        Signed in as (Sign out)
                        You have left! (?) (thinking…)
                      • Give feedback for a recently launched product

                        Pick a product from a volunteer list and start to give feedback on it.

                        6 votes
                        Vote
                        Sign in
                        Check!
                        (thinking…)
                        Reset
                        or sign in with
                        • facebook
                        • google
                          Password icon
                          I agree to the terms of service
                          Signed in as (Sign out)
                          You have left! (?) (thinking…)
                        • How to engage and convert users

                          How can we use data and user-centered design to prioritize and evaluate what really brings value to our products?

                          A collaborative workshop which I am happy to kick off by sharing how we have used data to prioritize and evaluate, and the role of user-centered design in our processes. Our team is responsible for Android & iOS app growth in Lesara, active in the agile retail ecommerce industry

                          6 votes
                          Vote
                          Sign in
                          Check!
                          (thinking…)
                          Reset
                          or sign in with
                          • facebook
                          • google
                            Password icon
                            I agree to the terms of service
                            Signed in as (Sign out)
                            You have left! (?) (thinking…)
                          • How to make your Users turning to (unfiltered) Stakeholders

                            Post-launch UX, user feedback, suggestions for improvement, feature requests. No one wants it, no one plans it (our products are perfect, aren't they? :), no one wants to pay for regarding it, and definitely no one wants to maintain end user communications while grooming backlogs.

                            Prove me wrong, or let's find out how to make sure that every single user could turn into that valued contributor of improvement - and even get a proper response from your product teams to let him know! :)

                            3 votes
                            Vote
                            Sign in
                            Check!
                            (thinking…)
                            Reset
                            or sign in with
                            • facebook
                            • google
                              Password icon
                              I agree to the terms of service
                              Signed in as (Sign out)
                              You have left! (?) (thinking…)
                            • Ad-Hoc Agile Coaching - Product, Flow, Scrum and More!

                              This is a totally random service I will be offering in between thought provoking sessions at Product Camp.

                              I am an experienced agile coach (CSM CSP CSPO) with more than 15 years in Web and App development, UI design and prototyping, product ownership and requirements specification for agile., with 8 years in solid scrum and kanban coaching here and abroad. I help teams with big flow problems, and large enterprise scrum scaling (LeSS style).

                              Let's see if we can solve some problems!

                              If there are any long term PO coaches that want to join in; Lets connect after the Intro…

                              2 votes
                              Vote
                              Sign in
                              Check!
                              (thinking…)
                              Reset
                              or sign in with
                              • facebook
                              • google
                                Password icon
                                I agree to the terms of service
                                Signed in as (Sign out)
                                You have left! (?) (thinking…)
                              • The secrets of developing better products in lesser time

                                an interactive workshop to explore and discover the do's and don'ts for successful product development - spiked with debunking some of the great management myths how to accomplish this.

                                1 vote
                                Vote
                                Sign in
                                Check!
                                (thinking…)
                                Reset
                                or sign in with
                                • facebook
                                • google
                                  Password icon
                                  I agree to the terms of service
                                  Signed in as (Sign out)
                                  You have left! (?) (thinking…)
                                • Don't see your idea?

                                Suggested sessions for ProductCamp Berlin

                                Feedback and Knowledge Base