What is your biggest product challenge right now?
Do you spend hours discussing your product problems with your team and go round in round in circles trying to find the answer? Come and join the BoS Community as we talk through each other’s product problems and Bruce McCarthy – our Product Guru – provides wisdom and food for thought as we crunch through your product questions.
Join us for an interactive online Q&A on 11th March 2021 with Bruce McCarthy (Founder of Product Culture and Author of Product Roadmaps Relaunched)
“In just 30min Bruce helped us make the optimal choice that had kept us in meetings and agony for 3 weeks. If you have a product-—Misha Sobolev, Founder and CEO, ExecFile
related challenge, I strongly recommend that you talk to Bruce.”
Who is Bruce McCarthy?
Bruce founded Product Culture to help communicate the key principles underlying consistently successful product-focused organizations and helps companies like Vistaprint, Localytics, Huawei, Nuance, and Zipcar achieve their product visions through workshops, mentoring, and team coaching.
He is a serial entrepreneur, prolific writer, organizer, and participant in product management, agile, UX, and innovation events around the world. He leads the Boston Product Management Association and is a head judge at the annual Harvard Business School New Venture Competition. Bruce’s latest best seller, Product Roadmapping Relaunched is one of our top recommended books for every product leader.
Can I submit a question in advance?
There is a space on the sign up form for you to input a question. Otherwise you can speak up at the hangout – which we run as a Zoom meeting and not a webinar to easily invite you to speak – and voice your question in person. You could even just listen along to other questions being asked and soak in the information like you would at a webinar.
When is it?
Thursday 11th March 6am PT / 9am ET / 2pm GMT
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27 - 29 September 2021, Online
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