Join us as product thought leader Ellen Chisa, VP of Product at Lola, shares her product management advice. As Product Managers, we’re tempted to focus on improving one piece of our product direction. Sometimes we’re thinking about what the future holds, and where we aspire to be in 30 years. Sometimes we think about how to do the best thing for the user. Sometimes we optimize for one metric that matters, and sometimes, we want to keep the team happy. Most Product Managers have an area they are most comfortable improving. Building upon each of the four core strengths, Ellen Chisa walks through how and when each should impact on your product direction and roadmap.
About Ellen Chisa
Ellen Chisa is the VP of Product of Lola, a travel app that provides on-demand services for personal hotel recommendations and all things related to travel. Previously she was a Product Manager at Kickstarter and a Program Manager at Microsoft. She writes and teaches about Product Management at Olin College of Engineering, General Assembly, on Skillshare. You can learn more about Ellen on her website, www.ellenchisa.com, and more about Lola at www.lolatravel.com
After Ellen's talk, we will be raffling off several copies of The Lean Product Playbook.
Our sponsor UserVoice will be giving away an AppleTV:
Our sponsor CipherSpace will be giving away a Roku Ultra:
6:00 to 6:30: Check-in, dinner, and networking
6:30 to 8:00: Ellen's talk plus Q&A
8:00 to 9:00: Raffle prizes followed by networking
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