In July 2019 we gathered 1,650 passionate product people from 34 countries around the world in San Francisco for two days of learning, sharing, and honing our craft. It started with nearly 600 attendees deep-diving into new skills during a day full of workshops and product leadership discussions, followed by a fantastic kick-off event hosted by some of our sponsors. The next day saw the full 1,650 attendees descend on the iconic Louise M. Davies Symphony Hall in San Francisco’s Civic Centre for a day of 10 incredible keynotes from Denise Jacobs, Michael Sippey, Brandon Chu, David J Bland, Tricia Wang, Fareed Mosavat, Steve Portigal, Kathy Pham, Elizabeth Churchill, and Teresa Torres.
Mind the Product has been my favorite conference ever. It’s just my people, my community, people who do my craft.Kathy Pham, Fellow at Mozilla, Harvard, and MIT
With over 19.9 million impressions on Twitter and 1,650 passionate product people in the room, Mind the Product continues to be the biggest product conference in the world, and – thanks to all that engagement by our speakers and audience – it’s also the best. And we’re not the only ones who think so, check out our recap video above, or the write-ups and audience reactions below!
See you in July 2020!
What we learned at #mtpcon San Francisco 2019 by Emily Tate
Insights From the #mtpcon San Francisco Product Leadership Forum by Kate Bennet
Championing Product Excellence at Mind the Product San Francisco by ProductBoard
Product Managers: Learn to Let Go by ProductPlan
Our Product Team’s Top Takeaways by UserTesting
So, How Was Mind the Product? by Nacho Andrade
Learnings from Mind The Product 2019 by Colin Chong
Keynote Speaker Talks
You Don’t Own the Voice of the Customer by Tricia Wang
Product, Society, and Ethics by Kathy Pham
Be a Director, not a Manager by Fareed Mosavat
Platform Management by Brandon Chu
Banish Your Inner Critic by Denise Jacobs
Great User Research (for Non-Researchers) by Steve Portigal
How to Influence the Business by David J Bland
Using Research in Material Design by Elizabeth Churchill
Helping Product Managers to Let Go by Michael Sippey
Justify Your Product Decisions and Get Stakeholder Buy-in by Teresa Torres