Become a Better Product Manager in Just One Weekend

BY MARTIN ERIKSSON ON JANUARY 9, 2017

Mind the Product WorkshopsIt’s a new year and time to think about how to achieve all those crazy new years resolutions we’ve set ourselves. We can’t help with a healthier lifestyle but we can help you level up your product management career!

ProductCamp London

We’re excited to announce that the next ProductCamp London will be on Saturday March 4, 2017. ProductCamp is a great opportunity to learn from, teach to, and share with other passionate product managers. It is a free, full day “unconference” for product managers, where the sessions for the day are run and decided on by the attendees. Everyone is expected to contribute on the day, whether it’s a presentation, Q&A, or just an open discussion!

Get your ProductCamp tickets now!

5 Great Product Workshops

The day before ProductCamp we’ll also be running a day of workshops with some of the top minds in product management, UX, and leadership to dig really deeply into specific product management skills to help you level up. We’re keeping the workshops small and focused with a maximum of 24 attendees per workshop to ensure a quality experience – this means tickets are extremely limited so don’t hang about!

– Product Management Essentials with Kate Leto and Janna Bastow
– Lean Product Optimisation with Craig Sullivan
– Product Psychology with Joe Leech
– Design Sprints with CTodd Lombardo
– Stakeholder Management for Product Leaders with Julia Whitney

Get your workshop tickets now!

Martin Eriksson

About MARTIN ERIKSSON

Martin Eriksson has 20+ years experience building world-class online products in both corporate and start-up environments for global brands such as Monster, Financial Times, Huddle, and Covestor. He is the Founder of ProductTank, the Co-Founder and Curator of Mind the Product and currently a Chief Product Officer at large, advising and mentoring startups. He is also the author of best-seller Product Leadership, How Top Product Leaders Launch Great Products and Build Successful Teams (O'Reilly, 2017).

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