This month, we're mixing things up with a new interactive format for ProductTank Brum! We're hosting an exciting storytelling mini-class compliments of Connie Kwan and a lightning talk on product lessons learned from side projects with Karan Navani.
MINI-CLASS: HOW TO TELL A POWERFUL STORY FOR EVERY AUDIENCE
Connie Kwan of Product Maestro is providing a unique opportunity for us to broadcast her Storyteller mini-class live for our ProductTank Brum attendees. This way, as a group we will have access to Connie's premium content to learn together and have time to discuss our storyteller types. You'll discover: 1. Which of the six Storyteller Types you are 2. How to assess your audience 3. How to leverage your Storyteller Type to deliver a powerful story
Karan Navani is a graduate software engineer at Deloitte Ventures, building enterprise software products. Karan's talk delves into some of his side projects and the lessons he learned from them. The insights will revolve around lean product development and customer discovery.
The event is scheduled for 1.5 hours
- 5 minutes - introduction
- 5 minutes - lightning talk
- 60 minutes - storytelling mini-class with group discussions The event will take place on Google Meet.
Please RSVP on the Mind the Product website where the link to join will be shared on the event day.
Connie Kwan is a Product executive from Silicon Valley with 16 years of Product Leadership Experience. She's led teams at Atlassian, the company that created JIRA Agile and set the standard for product-led development. She is the VP Product at OmiseGO and was previously the CPO at a Khosla funded startup. She has shipped products spanning SaaS, enterprise, marketplace, developer ecosystem, consumer, hardware-software combination, blockchain, solar and semiconductor. She brings a breadth of domain experiences to your product challenges. www.productmaestro.com/miniclass
Having studied Entrepreneurship at university, but wanting to fully understand how digital products are built, he transitioned into software engineering by attending a coding bootcamp. Along the way, he has gained experience working at IBM and a couple of London based startups. He is passionate about all things product development and is currently working towards a move into product management. He intends to combine his business background with his technical experience to build great products.