The Future of Work in Scotland: Managing Products: A Reality Check - Marc Abraham

The Future of Work Scotland team are delighted to be bringing you a panel discussion session with Marc Abraham, co-curator at Mind The Product.

We will host an interactive debate with a panel of experienced product people in which we will tackle the realities of developing products.

Marc will facilitate the panel debate after which we will open up to the audience for Q&A. Marc and the organising team will facilitate this.

Learning Objectives:

What can our attendees expect to take away from the session?

● A real-life understanding of the opportunities and tensions inherent in product management.
● Practical tools and techniques to better manage the challenging aspects of creating and managing products.
● Being comfortable embracing the tensions that come with managing products.

Here's some background on our amazing guest speaker and panellist for this session:

Marc is an experienced product management practitioner, and a Head of Product - Engagement at London based ASOS. He has worked for a large number of successful digital organisations, from startups to more established businesses and has written about my learnings in the book My Product Management Toolkit which came out in 2018, and the more recent Managing Product = Managing Tension

He also publishes on Medium and his own site:

Kunbi Lawoyin, Product Manager at Altus:

Kunbi is passionate about creating digital experiences that users love. She has been managing products for 6+ years, within the financial services, recruitment and education space. In her spare time, she also mentors and coaches young professionals looking to establish themselves in fulfilling careers.

Ruby Gill, Product Manager at ASOS:

Ruby is a Growth Product Manager at ASOS, with over 8 years of PM experience across different industries. She is passionate about building and scaling innovative products and features from ideas to launch.

Sean Thompson, Senior Product Manager at Acre:

Sean is a decisive and collaborative problem solver, passionate about delivering innovative digital experiences. He is a strategic thinker with proven experience in customer development, service design and product delivery.

Dave Thomson, CPO at Earnd:

Dave is a product leader focused on transformation and high growth. He has worked in VC funded and public companies where he has built and ran several successful Product, Engineering, Analytics, Research and Design teams over the last 16 years.

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