Product Managers Best Practices to Build Highly Effective Teams

This talk shares product management best practices and experiences with you in hopes they will help you in your product development journey to build highly effective teams. It covers key topics including (a) working together, (b) managing and prioritizing the work, (c) customer discovery and readying stories, (d) measuring what and how we work, and (e) communicating out.

In two decades as a Product Manager, the presenter has experienced a variety of teams, a range of situations, and countless challenges while striving to deliver excellent customer experiences. In addition, she has spent over a decade in graduate and doctoral level academic programs studying and researching human psychology, organizational behavior, consumer behavior, and cyberpsychology. Learn the best practices and tools that will help you build highly effective teams that deliver exceptional customer experiences.

Video producer: https://www.quardev.com/

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