Think Like a Product Manager: Straightforward frameworks for building great products

Tuesday 5:30 pm to 6:00 pm, in Salon F-H

About This Talk

Ever been working on a project without a strong Product Manager (or no Product Manager) and wondered if you're building the right thing? Or considered Product Management as your next career move?

In this talk, you'll learn from an experienced PM about how to apply straightforward product frameworks from the first day you're back at work that will improve your team's output, impact and connection to your company and customers.

We'll cover how to do this in four crucial phases of the product lifecycle:

  • Starting a project
  • Cutting scope
  • Launching a new product or feature
  • Evaluating a change


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    Eleanor Stribling

    Eleanor Stribling is a product manager and developer with a passion for using software to help solve difficult human problems. Her interests are around using software and data to help us make better decisions and developing interfaces that make human and computer interaction more intuitive, accessible and conversational. In her ten years in the tech industry, she’s had leadership roles in in both tiny startups and large multinational companies, building software rooted in data applications for the ad tech, energy, and HR analytics. A lifelong learner currently leveraging her background in Python and analytics to become an expert in AI and Natural Language Processing, she is an alumna University of Toronto and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Eleanor lives in San Francisco with her amazing family.