What does Product Management look like in 2019?
06 February 2019
6:00 pm to 8:00 pm
Academy Xi, Level 3, 45 Exhibition St, Melbourne VIC 3000
A Product Manager’s role is to drive the vision, strategy, experience, and execution of a digital product. With a primary goal to deliver business value, Product Managers are required to create products that are valuable, feasible, and usable.
With disruptive technologies changing the landscape of many industries, what does the role of Product Manager look like in 2019? What are the most in-demand skills, and what trends should you look out for?
At our panel, What does Product Management look like in 2019, our expert Product Managers will discuss:
- What are upcoming industry trends in Product Management
- What skills do you need to become a successful Product Manager
- What are the challenges and opportunities to look out for in the industry
Senior Product Manager at Latitude Financial Services
Kevin is the Senior Product Manager overseeing the design, delivery and deployment of mobile apps at Latitude Financial Services. Kev has worked in mobile and web for the past 15 years - starting in UX at Sony Ericsson, then moving on to lead design and delivery of award winning products and designs with Hutchinson Whampoa's global team. Transitioning to product management was a natural fit as he sought to bring both value for the customer and the company. Having worked in Europe, China and America, Kev has now been based in Australia for nearly 6 years, settling into the coffee & brunch culture, whilst trying to maintain following rugby union.
Director at Business 2iC
Lucy Bloomfield is a serial entrepreneur with over 15 years in the digital space. Since then, she's co-founded a successful eCommerce business (www.trefiel.com) which she grew from 0 to 10,000 customers in 18 months, with a 40% return customer rate (double her industry standard).
Now, she has an ethical eCommerce accelerator, helping launch and build game-changing physical product businesses (www.business2ic.com). She's a writer, speaker and a passionate supporter of emerging businesses and industries.
Digital analyst | Product manager at Aurecon
Tara is passionate about facilitating change through the cultivation and exploration of new ideas.
Combing a background in business management with service design and recently acquired product management skills, Tara manages Aurecon’s internal ideation platform. A platform responsible for translating of innovative ideas into commercial value, all the while helping to drive a culture of innovation and design thinkers.
Product Owner, Cloud Adoption at StarRez, Inc
Edmund Munday is a Scrum Product Owner and Lean Startup Consultant that works to take a company’s or individuals vision into a technical reality. "Put simply, my job is to be the conduit between people and technology,” says Edmund.
Dates and fees
06 February 2019
6:00 pm ~ 8:00 pm
45 Exhibition St,
Melbourne VIC 3000