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How to Disrupt Innovation in Large Companies by Microsoft Sr. PM

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Saturday, June 15, 2019 from 12:00 PM to 1:00 PM (PDT)

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Moonshots and burning platforms - Driving disruptive innovation inside large organizations. Lessons from moving Office to the cloud, while completely transforming our business model.

Main Takeaways:
- Why change? Moonshots and burning platforms.
* No company sacrifices it’s sacred cows without evidence of either an imminent failure or an obviously better opportunity.
* Microsoft saw Google Docs as an existential threat to one of its core businesses.
* Bezos frames this differently. It’s always Day 1 at Amazon. Customer obsession drives them to disrupt themselves.
- Getting buy-in. No one gets to the moon by themselves.
* Start-ups vs large companies
* Small, strategic wins build credibility for further investment
* Decisions are more highly scrutinized because stakeholders have access to more data
- Finding market fit. Winning the space race.
- Getting to scale. Changing the engine while flying.

Meet the Speaker: Tim Rich

Tim Rich is a Senior Product Manager - Microsoft Office 365 in Seattle. He has previously worked as Content Developer II - Video, UX design, and content strategy, Microsoft Vendor, at NW Connection Services, Inc. Tim became a Product Manager and found that his wide range of skills were a perfect match for a career in product.

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Founded in Silicon Valley in 2014, Product School is the first technology business school.

 

We provide certified courses in Product Management and other digital skills to professionals across 16 campuses worldwide. We also offer the same courses live online. All our instructors are senior-level product managers working at top technology companies such as Google, Facebook, Airbnb, PayPal, LinkedIn, and Netflix.

 

Unlike traditional MBA programs designed for students seeking roles within the finance and consulting fields, Product School’s curriculum is highly relevant for the next generation of technology leaders, with classes offered at a fraction of the cost. The curriculum is designed to fit into work schedules with small classes held in the evenings or on weekends to ensure that both instructors and students can maintain their full-time jobs.

 

Students at Product School enjoy a healthy mix of hands-on projects, group activities, case studies, and panel discussions. Through this, they learn how to lead cross-functional teams, and experience building digital products from end to end. Students are also taught how to succeed in product management interviews and given access to our alumni community where they can expand their network, find mentors, and access job opportunities.

 

In addition to individual classes, Product School also delivers custom corporate training programs to Fortune 500 companies seeking to upskill their existing teams or onboard new talent.

 

 

Product School is committed to pushing the product community forward. With this aim in mind, we published the Amazon bestseller, The Product Book, organize meetups in over 150 cities worldwide, host the Product Awards, and run ProductCon, a multi-city conference attended by thousands of professionals every year.

 

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