Session ideas for ProductCamp Boston - June, 2012

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  1. Starting a new venture on the side

    As product managers, we often discover problems / opportunities in the context of doing our work that fall outside the core businesses of our employers.

    By putting our heads together on some of the issues we see in our respective industries, perhaps we will uncover new venture opportunities for us to work on on the side.

    We will also talk about some of the challenges we face in pursuing entrepreneurial opportunities on the side.

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    • Managing product in a startup

      A group discussion around the 80/20 of running product within a startup.

      Startups live and die by how quickly they can experiment their way to great products, and - as with any good experimentation - there are high-value and low-value activities that we could be doing to create those results.

      Throughout the dev process - from idea to complete - how do we add the most value? What feels like waste? How do we keep the right people involved at the right times?

      The goal: have most everyone walk out with ideas you can bring back to your team to…

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