Agile Product Management
Product Management in an SDLC environment. The move from Project to Product mentality. In this session, we will dig into what is product management, how product management skills, tools and techniques can be incorporate into your projects, the benefits of moving from a project mentality to a product one, and the skills you need to develop to get there.
Value and outcome are replacing output, schedule management, and meeting time and budget constraints. From there long-term evaluation on project output to maintain value of what was built is becoming critical.
It will be an interactive podcast style session with lots of opportunity to ask questions and share your knowledge.
You will learn:
- The elements of Product Management
- How those elements are incorporated into internal projects
- Why not everyone responds positively to a new service rollout and how to properly deal with that
- How to define value in business environments
- How to see stakeholders in certain circumstance as customers and what that means
- The best pathway and skills to move into a Product Management career path
David Mantica is the VP and General Manager for SoftEd US. Fueled by his passion for developing empowered knowledge workers through training and coaching, he helps companies develop their teams with the critical skills to stay effective in the face of VUCA.
Drawing from his experience having successfully building and selling his B2B training firm (growing it from $0 to $13M in seven years), David speaks on the impact of technology on leadership and management, helping organizations cope with the ever-changing demands and complexities of modern business.
With over 27 years of experience and more than 700 speaking engagements, he has inspired better work practices in marketing, product management, project management, software development, executive management, and other key areas of technology and business operations.
David resides in Raleigh-Durham, NC, where he provides consulting to business owners. Driven by his love for helping people grow while maintaining their mental health, he also mentors several rising executive leaders, providing pro bono career coaching services that utilize his Career Insurance methodology.