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You can now submit your Session Topics for ProductCamp Toronto 2018.
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For Session Presenters, there is updated information on recommended formats, categoriesand target audiences.
To see session topics from previous ProductCamps, see Past Session Topics.
5 Minute IGNITE Sessions
If you want to share your knowledge, but want a shorter format than the full sessions, then here’s your chance to present. The “5 minute” IGNITE talks give more people the opportunity to speak and share their knowledge with others. Click on the button below and the click on “Add Topic” and mention “IGNITE” as your format.
Eric Boduch, Founder and Chief Evangelist at Pendo will be kicking off ProductCamp Toronto 2018 with thoughts on the Evolution of the Role of Product Management.
To Register for ProductCamp Toronto 2018 visit: https://productcamptoronto.ca/register/
Join us to hear about how industry trends like the rapid adoption of Cloud and SaaS, the ongoing emphasis on Design and UX, and the increasing importance of product data and analytics have impacted the skills, roles, and toolsets of Product Managers.
Learn about the key findings from a recent survey of 300 product leaders conducted by Pendo and Product Collective. You’ll learn about PM career paths and progression, their spheres of responsibility, decision making authorities, alignment with other functions, reporting lines, and outlook for the future of the role. Some of the findings are bound to surprise you, others will probably confirm what you suspected but didn’t know for sure.
And get actionable ideas and techniques, you can implement today to strengthen your product teams and create engaging products customers love.
If you’re a product manager, a product executive or aspire to hold a product leadership role, you’re bound to walk away better prepared to master your role.
Check out Eric’s latest Podcasts on ProductCraft.
Registration is now open for ProductCamp Toronto 2018.
Saturday, July 14, 2018
Ted Rogers School of Management (55 Dundas Street West, Toronto ( 7th floor – TRS1)
This year’s event is scheduled for Saturday, July 14 at the same great venue in Ted Rogers School of Management at Ryerson University. Stay tuned to this site for details as they become available and join us for some great discussions on Product Development, Product Management, Product Marketing, Innovation, Startups and other related topics.
ProductCamp Toronto is a collaborative, user-organized, unconference focused on education, networking and open discussion around product management and related topics.
There is no cost to attend ProductCamp Toronto, but your participation is required to make this a great event. We will be looking to you to lead a session or actively participate in the session discussions.
Stay tuned for a new Tracks & Sessions page where you can suggest and vote on sessions…coming soon!
Only 6 days to ProductCamp Toronto on Saturday, July 22!
We only have 9 Session Proposals so far and 4 Ignite Sessions but there’s room for a total of 20 full Sessions on the schedule. ProductCamp is all about participation so if you’ve been thinking about proposing a session, please do it now!
Even if you haven’t been thinking about proposing a session, consider a topic, or issue, or situation you have experience with and could share. Think about a burning question that you would love to ask a bunch of product managers and engage in a lively discussion.
Proposing and leading a session at ProductCamp is a great opportunity to share your knowledge, an experience or facilitate a group conversation about something important to you.
Want ideas? Check out previous sessions at ProductCamp Toronto
There’s lots of fun categories and formats to choose from here.
Just Click Here to propose a session!
ProductCamp Toronto 2017 will be kicked off with a keynote by Diane Pierson, Product Strategist and Pragmatic Marketing Instructor. Diane will open this year’s ProductCamp Toronto with a review of the year’s key trends and issues distilled from discussions with hundreds of Product Managers all over North America.
Diane has over 20 years of experience delivering results in the big data, new media and digital marketing industries for companies such as D&B, LexisNexis and Copyright Clearance Center. She’s held multiple vice president and general management roles, and now brings a results-focused understanding and executive mindset to her role as a Pragmatic Marketing instructor.
Her efforts have been recognized by numerous SIIA CODiE and MarCom awards as well as appearances on KMWorld’s List of Trendsetting Products. Diane, her husband Tom and their siamese cat, Nick Nack, live in Austin, TX.
Don’t miss this! Register today at ProductCampToronto.ca
Have an Idea for a Session Topic?
There’s only 2 weeks left to submit your Session Topics and vote for sessions for ProductCamp Toronto 2017. Login and post your proposed Session Topic at Session Topics and Voting. For more details on previous year’s topics go to Past Session Topics.
5 Minute IGNITE Sessions
If you want to share your knowledge, but want a shorter format than the full sessions, then here’s your chance to present. The “5 minute” IGNITE talks give more people the opportunity to speak and share their knowledge with others.
For Session Presenters, there is updated information on recommended formats, categories and target audiences.
If you want to share your knowledge, but want a shorter format than the full sessions, then here’s your chance to present. The “5 minute” IGNITE talks give more people the opportunity to speak and share their knowledge with others. Continue reading
Registration is now open for ProductCamp Toronto 2017 taking place on Saturday, July 22. Register now, submit your topics and vote to select your favorites. The venue will be the same with thanks to the ITMSA at Ted Rogers School of Business at Ryerson.
Looking forward to seeing you in July!
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