One-day hands-on workshop for product and business leaders
"I often see agile engineering teams that build the wrong products twice as fast! " – Rich Mironov, Silicon Valley serial entrepreneur a.k.a The 'Product Guy'
Some product teams and companies use roadmaps spectacularly well to meet product launch and revenue goals. Others end up with the wrong product, completely different from what the market wants or even what the team originally conceptualized.
It is no secret that Monetization continues to be a challenge, for start-ups as well as new products from some of the most established names in the Industry. While everyone agrees that roadmapping and portfolio prioritization is critical to delivering a consistent stream of highly saleable products, there are hiccups in practice. And these can entirely deflect you from your financial goals.
At the Roadmapping and Product Portfolio prioritization workshop, get the secret sauce on Monetization from Rich Mironov, who has worked intensively with 40+ tech companies in Silicon Valley.
Participating in the Roadmapping and Product Portfolio prioritization workshop gives you:
A recipe to connect the missing pieces in your Monetization challenge
The chance to tete-a-tete with Rich and industry peers in a small and exclusive group
Fresh perspectives and insight into your reporting teams' in-practice challenges and what you can do to mentor and align them to corporate goals
Confianzys flew down veteran Silicon Valley product coach and expert Rich Mironov to interact with MNCs and technology firms, startups and management students under an event titled Secret Sauce at Bangalore
Highlights of the Workshop
Rich is the Author of the highly regarded book, 'The Art Of Product Management', about which one reader says "By the end of the book, you will feel you know more about being a Product Manager than any textbook or formulaic plan could ever give you."
He founded P-Camp, one of the largest gatherings of Product Managers in Silicon Valley as a source of inspiration for industry to tap into.
Rich was a former board member of the Silicon Valley Product Management Association, he has also chaired Agile Alliance, an association that supports those who explore and apply Agile principles and practices in the software industry.