IEEE Technology Management Council hosted a talk by Rich Mironov, primarily for program and project managers as an introduction to product management.

“ProDUCT management is a murky role: poorly understood and inconsistently practiced across tech companies. It’s often confused with proGRAM management and proJECT management. Yet done well, product management is often a driver of market success and effective development.” This session helped define the basics of product management, contrasted them with project/program management, and identified ways for all of us to work more effectively together.  An interesting, very energetic discussion followed, bridging various organizational gaps.
What: “Product Management Essentials for Project and Program Managers”
Who: Santa Clara Valley / San Francisco Chapter, IEEE Technology Management Council
When: Thursday, October 6th

Comments
  • PM Hut Reply

    I don’t see who in his right mind would confuse Product Management with Program Management (I can see how Product Management and Project Management can be confused though).

    Btw, the topic of the seminar is very interesting…

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