Webinar: Accelerating Through Ambiguity by Devbridge Product Leader

05/26/2021 8:30 am – 9:00 am CST Virtual
  • Corporate
  • Early Stage
  • Growth Stage
Event Start Date:
June 17, 2024
Event End Date:
June 17, 2024
Event Venue:
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About this event

This event is part of the #WorldProductDay series

This talk is about techniques successful product leaders use to generate forward momentum when the right answers (and the right questions) are unclear. We’re all adapting to the now. What users need, what consumers expect, and how organizations operate continue to change rapidly. Enterprises must make calculated bets to address pain points and hedge against future uncertainty, all while enabling their business to operate under dynamic conditions. Those that move forward fast and decisively can shape their destiny.

Meet the Speaker: Chris Wilkinson

From struggles, triumphs, and his experiences with both 1871 and Food Foundry – he will be sharing with us how he’s made it through and actionable ways on how you too can set onward towards your entrepreneurial goals. 

Interviewing Boyede will be our very own Entrepreneur in Residence; Rachael Feuerborn of 1871. 

Grab your lunch, hop online and listen to Boyede’s founder experience!

Featuring

Chris Wilkinson
Director of Product Design at Devbridge

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Key Takeaways

  • Methods to achieve alignment and clarity
  • Using a 2×2 mapping exercise to prioritize problems
  • How a discovery backlog enables more effective decision making
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