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Global Product Management Talk on Twitter @ProdMgmtTalk
Monday, December 5, 2011 from 4:00 PM to 5:00 PM (PST)
San Francisco, United States
Global Product Management TalkTM is a weekly mini-product camp Socratic discussion of pre-posted questions with live audio of thought leader and co-hosts commenting.
ProdMgmtTalk takes place on twitter by using the hashtag #ProdMgmtTalk within the twitter posting, and by searching for hashtag #ProdMgmtTalk to follow the twitter stream. Start by following @prodmgmttalk
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Global Product Management Talk
The Global Product Management Talk is a discusion of vital issues affecting professionals passionate about products, business process, product management, startups, marketing, innovation and excellence.
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Global Product Management Talk On Impacting Product Launch & Event Marketing Success
As a former Rocket Scientist, Elizabeth helped navigate spacecraft on their journey from Earth to Mars and as a systems engineer managed the requirements to transition to move navigational software from one code base to another. However, her personal journey brought her back to Texas where she completed her MBA and was a product professional at IBM. In 2009, Elizabeth became an active member of ProductCamp Austin and has been an active Marketing Gunslinger since.
Elizabeth says, “I am thrilled to join the Global Product Management Community on this twitter chat! I have seen various thought leaders and active community members bounce ideas, share best practices and more importantly - grow the community around product management and product marketing. Looking forward to this twitter chat!”
Global Product Management Talk On Product Portfolio Management
Veronica Figarella, Product Management Professional, Leads Discussion About Effectively Managing Multiple Products
Today’s businesses are faced with reacting to the increased speed to market for new products, delivering shareholder value for existing products and allocating relevant resources, including people and money, to current and future projects. As a result, product portfolio managers are faced with legacy problems of too many projects underway and determining which, if any, are worthwhile. They must alleviate issues of limited resources spread too thin and across too many projects, projects taking too long to get to market and a pipeline full of too many low value projects. Product portfolio management is about resource allocation to achieve corporate product and innovation objectives. Companies without effective product portfolio management are doomed. This discussion will identify some tools and experiences to improve the demanding task of managing multiple products.
Questions for Discussion:
Q1. Is there more to Portfolio Management than budgeting and resource allocation?
Q2. What are the consequences of poor Portfolio Management?
Q3. What are some of the approaches to Portfolio Management?
Q4. Why do we need a simple Portfolio Management Process?
Q5. When should the Portfolio Management Process kick in?
Q6. What are the key actions to design a Portfolio Management process?
Q7. When/How do you "kill" a product from your portfolio?
Q8. What is the best HR structure for optimal Portfolio Management?
Q9. Is there a "logical" way of grouping products to be managed by a single PM?