SVPMA marked its 10-year anniversary with a panel discussion on the key role that product managers play in today’s organizations and the skills PMs need to succeed in the next decade. 120+ attended. What: “Skills You Need to Succeed as a Product Manager in the Next Decade” Panel: Rich Mironov (moderator), Tom Grant, Greg Cohen,
Rich Mironov led a November 18th session on agile product management for the Norcal BMA. What: “How Agile Changes (and Doesn’t Change) What Product Managers Do” Who: Norcal BMA (Northern California Business Marketing Association) When: Nov 18th, 830AM – 10AM Where: Scott’s Seafood, Palo Alto CA
Prof. Kumar Sarangee of Santa Clara’s Leavey School of Business invited Rich Mironov to be a guest lecturer for his Product Market Planning and Strategy class. SCU’s Evening MBA program attracts some of the brightest students from the Valley, with a tradition of providing leadership back to technology companies.
Rich Mironov led a clinic on product management concepts for very early-stage start-ups (1 to 3 employees), hosted by Agile Entrepreneurs. Three Product Challenges for Early-Stage Entrepreneurs Three Product Challenges for Early-Stage Entrepreneurs from Rich Mironov When: Thursday July 15, 2010 Where: Fenwick & West, 801 California St, Mountain View CA Who: Hosted/presented by Agile Entrepreneurs
What: “Reducing Risk through Agile Product Planning” webinar When: June 2nd, 2010 Speaker: Rich Mironov, Principal, Mironov Consulting Replay the webinar here This webinar was part of Accept’s Agile Management Series, which also included speakers from Forrester and PRTM. Agile development teams focus on delivering products faster and with higher quality, reducing the risk of
Rich Mironov gave a talk at SDForum’s Marketing SIG on where/how to build strategy in (young) tech companies. What: Where Does (Should) Strategy Live in Your Company? Where: Marketing SIG @ DLA Piper, 2000 University Ave, Palo Alto When: April 12, 6:30pm – 9:00pm PDF of the slides Where does/should strategy live in your company?
During 2008-2010, Rich Mironov keynoted a series of one-day seminars in Bellevue and Seattle WA, Fairfax VA, Santa Clara and Burlingame CA on Agile adoption presented by leading Agile solution providers. The two most popular talks were “Agile Fundamentals, ROI and Engineering BestPractices” and “Mitigating Risk with Agile Development.” Both include a quick review of
At Silicon Valley P-Camp ‘10 (March 13th), Rich Mironov led a session on “How Agile Changes Waterfall PM Processes and Thinking.” This was a tall order for a 45-minute colllaborative session with 120+ attendees, so we ran a real-time exercise in creating, prioritizing and attacking a backlog of agile PM issues. The room was full
The third annual Silicon Valley P-Camp was the largest gathering of product managers ever! 550 product managers got together for a Saturday of discussions, talks, panels, networking, fun, food, t-shirts and surprises. Under the leadership of SVPMA and with Yahoo! generosity. 34 sessions, talks and panels were chosen from 70 proposals, for a long day
Prof. Kumar Sarangee of Santa Clara’s Leavey School of Business invited Rich Mironov to be a guest lecturer for his Product Market Planning and Strategy class. SCU’s Evening MBA program attracts some of the brightest students from the Valley, with a tradition of providing leadership back to technology companies. What: Lecture and discussion of technology