Session ideas for ProductCamp Boston - May 4, 2013

Welcome to the home of all proposed sessions for ProductCamp Boston on May, 4, 2013!

To propose a session that you would like to lead at ProductCamp, please post it on this page.

Everyone is encouraged to vote for proposed sessions they would like to attend at ProductCamp. Initial voting will conclude on May 1 at 11:59pm EST, at which time the schedule for time slots 1-4 will be established and then published. The sessions with the most votes will be scheduled in the biggest rooms at ProductCamp.

Votes for proposed sessions posted on this page after May 1 (including at ProductCamp on May 4) will be tallied at ProductCamp after breakfast during the keynote, at which time the schedule for the 5th and final time slot will be published.

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  1. How Open is Eating the World (and What it Means for Marketing)

    Open source has been one of the biggest stories in the world of software over the past decade and more. And, today, the principles underpinning the open source software movement are cropping up in more and more different forms in more and more different places. If you have any connection to marketing in just about any field, these trends are affecting you.

    This presentation will take you through what open source really means. (Hint, it's not just free software.) It will discuss the bigger trends around openness and collaboration. And it will look at some of the business model implications,…

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    • Product Management in the Year 2020

      What will our profession look like in the year 2020? What skills will be most important? Will technology play a bigger role? How will the stature of product management/marketing change within the organization? There are plenty of clues today that offer a glimpse of the future. Join the discussion.

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