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An opportunity for Product Managers, Strategists,etc., to come together to meet, interact, and network. The ideal environment within which sharing and learning can flourish and complement the knowledge base for all on a peer to peer basis.
|ProductCamp: How the “Unconference” is Changing Everything - GrandView|
Wednesday, 22 July 2009 17:26
Paul Young, Manager- Product Management, Dell
Download: Audio MP3
About the Webinar:
Ryma's July 22 webinar was presented by Paul Young. In cities around the U.S., ProductCamps are springing up. ProductCamp is a new type of grassroots gathering: part networking, part listening and learning, and part teaching what you know to others. As the economy shifts, and diverse experiences and skill sets become more valued, this "unconference" is arming product managers and marketers with a new tool to make strong connections and build their skills. In this webinar, you will you will gain insight into how you could benefit from a ProductCamp in your city, whether as a participant in a session, a presenter of a session, or what it would take to get a ProductCamp off the ground in your city.
For background information see ProductCamp Austin; ProductCamp Boston; Product Beautiful
About the Presenter:
Our speaker for this webinar is Paul Young. He is a marketing and product management professional with more than a decade of experience in hardware, software, and services product management and marketing. Currently, he runs product management and business development for one of Dell's Software as a Service products. He has also held a variety of product management and marketing roles in technology startups and Fortune 50 companies such as NetStreams and Cisco Systems. Paul is the founder of ProductCamp Austin and has run two camps, with a third in planning, attracting hundreds of product management and marketing professionals in the Central Texas area. He has helped the leaders of half a dozen other ProductCamps around the U.S. launch over the last year.