Suggested sessions for ProductCamp Berlin

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  1. All about product roadmap

    - Why do we need product roadmap
    - Different techniques to build product roadmaps.
    - Who forms product roadmap.
    - What to consider while forming the roadmap
    - When to roadmap your product.
    - How long the roadmap should be

    43 votes
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  2. Horizontal vs. Vertical Product Management

    As a company grows, comes a time when the product responsibilities must be split and separated.
    Why are horizontal PMs needed, and how is their role different from a more common vertical (product area, feature...) PM role?

    42 votes
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  3. The Death of MVP.

    MVP (Minimum Viable Product) was, and still is, the core of any agile project.
    But the tradeoff between limited resources, business value and product quality is so fragile that we need to ask the question - is this model really working these day?

    How often it was used to justify poor design process?
    Is it really worth to ship half-baked products?
    Can we experiment on users knowing that we will loose their attention and our creditability?

    40 votes
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  4. What are the 5 key methods every product manager should handle well

    Methodical structured approaches make work life easier very often. What are the 5 most used methods in a software product managers work life that should be well understood and used often?

    36 votes
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  5. 36 votes
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  6. design thinking in product development

    how focusing on users' needs and using a lean, design oriented approach turns products into businesses

    35 votes
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  7. Psychology counts - what prevents people from product discovery

    Why would people hate product discovery?
    This session is for everybody who wants to convince other managers to pursue and support product discovery who are reluctant to do so.
    What psychological mechanisms are at work here - and what can you do to overcome the imposed hurdles?

    The author has worked in online software development since his first Silicon Valley experience at Netscape in 1997, and took a sabbatical for a Ph.D. in social psychology. He has also worked 4 semesters as a university lecturer in general and cognitive psychology.

    34 votes
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  8. How to develop products with ability to personalize by using data and machine learning

    Many companies collect data for business intelligence while only few know how to integrate real-time data-driven behavior into their products and daily operations.
    How to create individual customer recommendations?
    How to prioritise leads for your call center?
    How to optimize sales by adapting the basket size and offers?
    How to avoid bad offers?

    33 votes
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  9. Team Engagement Anti-patterns

    Disengaged knowledge workers are a huge threat to the success of tech. companies.
    Acc. to Gallup study only 10% of Western European employees are engaged at work. 24% are actively disengaged.
    How do we as managers fall into the mindtraps, that lead to active disengagement for the members of our product and development teams?
    We'll discuss some common anti-patterns in Process, Relationship and Company Culture fields.

    33 votes
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  10. Work more! Meet less! - Agile conception methods

    How to include stake holders without getting lost in meeting-loops and how can Scrum-Masters support with methods and moderation.

    32 votes
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  11. Scrum, Agile, Lean, Kanban: Should we stop talking about it?

    Mission accomplished: Everybody is doing scrum, agile, lean etc.

    As product managers: What should be focus on next?

    32 votes
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  12. Grooming

    Optimizing grooming can help to get better stories faster. How do you do it?

    29 votes
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  13. Shipping. How to create products customers love

    it's not enough to do a good engineering job. At least as important is discovering a product that is valuable for the users. This session helps to understand how to discover what people need, what is the most important to consider in designing & how to finally manage to actually ship the product.

    29 votes
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  14. Dilemmas in Product Management … and how to break them

    Product Managers have to deal with critical conflicts every day. The most difficult ones are dilemmas: the Innovation-Dilemma, the Generalist's-Dilemma, the Information-Dilemma, the Development-Dilemma … This speech introduces an analytical method to break these dilemmas.

    29 votes
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  15. 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
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  16. user-centered product development

    an overview of how to ensure your product is grounded in real human needs and hints on how to meet and exceed consumer expectations

    28 votes
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  17. Launching a Product in China

    How to launch and manage a product in China.

    26 votes
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  18. Product management in a start-up

    Product management in a start-up environment is all about a fine balance between having the right amount of processes in place while still allowing it to react quickly. How can this be managed? What is a product manager's role in a start-up?

    26 votes
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  19. Product Manager's ToolTime

    Good tools are key for efficient product management. We discuss our experiences with templates, software and services that either have helped us to achieve our goals faster or simply wasted our time. Share your best practices with the crowd! Get in touch with best in class product management gear.

    26 votes
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  20. 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
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