Tag: Strategy

SVPMA Recruiter Panel

September Event Review: SVPMA Recruiter Panel By Pushpa Chandrashekaraiah September 2015 Event On September 2, a panel moderated by Jeanne Lew, Associate Director at Haas School of Business, was very insightful for not only product management job seekers but also for all product managers on how to build strong profiles.  The panelists had very successful…
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When Sharks Attack! – How Data Saves Product Managers From Becoming Shark Bait

August Event Review: “When Sharks Attack! – How Data Saves Product Managers From Becoming Shark Bait” with Robert Green, Director Product Management, Tableau Software By Neha Nayak August 2015 Event “Tonight we are going to talk about sharks, data and how data is going to help product managers stay away from becoming shark bait” was…
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Innovate Or Die – Technology, Innovation, And Product Management: A Discussion And Case Study

“Innovate Or Die – Technology, Innovation, And Product Management: A Discussion And Case Study” with Nivedita Ojha, Sr. Director Product Management at Citrix By Dan Galatin April 2015 Event Nivedita Ojha, Senior Director of Product Management at Citrix, presented at the April 1st meeting of the SVPMA.  Nivedita discussed the whys and hows of innovation…
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Datacenter Architecture For The Next Decade

“Datacenter Architecture For The Next Decade” with Howard Ting, Senior VP of Marketing at Nutanix, Inc. By Pushpa Chandrashekaraiah March 2015 Event This was a very different topic from most of the SVPMA monthly events, in terms of the topic itself and depth of technical details covered in this session.  Howard Ting talked about how…
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Bootstrap your Business Model: Find Product/ Market Fit with the Back of a Napkin

February 2015Bootstrap your Business Model: Find Product/ Market Fit with the Back of a NapkinBernie Maloney, Agile Coach/ Intra*preneur / Lecturer (no event review available)#Growth #Market_Analysis #Marketing #Design #Tools #Growth #Startups #Entrepreneurship #Readiness #Launch #Strategy #Planning #Finance

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Meeting Archives 2014

Meeting Archives 2014 Please click on the link below to see the meetings for that year. 2021 | 2020 2019 | 2018 | 2017 | 2016 | 2015 | 2014 | 2013 | 2012 | 2011 | 2010 | 2009 | 2008 | 2007 | 2006 | 2005 | 2004 | 2003 | 2002 | 2001 | 2000…
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The Usual Suspects: Solutions Beneath The Surface Of Organizational Chaos

“The Usual Suspects: Solutions Beneath The Surface Of Organizational Chaos” with Dr. Gary Katzenstein, Haas School of Business at UC Berkeley By Pushpa Chandrashekaraiah November 2014 Event Dr. Gary Katzenstein from the Haas School of Business at UC Berkeley discussed his framework of The Usual Suspects by going over a case study about the United…
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Getting Products Out From Under The MIDDLE Of The Bell Curve And Exceeding Expectations

“Getting Products Out From Under The MIDDLE Of The Bell Curve And Exceeding Expectations” with Preston Smalley, Executive Director, Product Management, Comcast  By Dan Galatin September 2014 Event Preston opened by discussing specific techniques and practices for producing excellent products rather than mediocre ones. He began by describing his experience helping to create the first…
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Better Strategic Product And Business Decisions For Complex Global Markets

Better Strategic Product And Business Decisions For Complex Global Markets with Liesl Leary, Director of Marketing at SDL by Lisa Rathjens  July 2014 Event When product managers think about bringing their products to global audiences, translation of the product content is of first importance.  This is an expensive endeavor, but generally well understood and straightforward. …
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Elevating From Consumer To Mission Critical Value

“Elevating From Consumer To Mission Critical Value” with Brian Cox, Senior Director of Marketing for Enterprise Solutions, SanDisk By Clara Kuo March 2014 Event High tech companies – just like people – are often are trying to reinvent themselves, and often the change is seen as necessary to stay relevant in the marketplace.