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The Future of Product Management: a panel discussion by Booth PMs in Seattle

July 26, 2017: 4:30 PM - 7:00 PM

Come learn about Product Management in a New Era from various Chicago Booth alumni working in the sector in Seattle! Hosted by Art Middlebrooks of the Kilts Center for Marketing.  

Where

Amazon Campus - Van Vorst Library
426 Terry Ave N.
Seattle, WA

Driving Directions:

(Between Terry and Boren Ave.)

Cost

FREE for both Booth alumni and current Booth Students!

Thanks to Amazon for sponsoring. 

Due to the limited capacity of this event, we have to restrict the audience to Booth alumni and students and employees of Amazon.

Food and beverage will be served. 

Registration

Register Online
Deadline: 7/25/2017

Questions

Paritosh Kumar, '16

Event Details

As technologies and markets accelerate and life cycles shorten, the role of the Product Manager is perhaps at it's all time high in terms of critical importance to business success. Technology product management has changed considerably with the arrival of smartphones, voice computing, virtual and augmented reality, agile development methods, the cloud, outsourcing and a socially connected world. If you are in the product management profession or thinking about it as a career, this event is designed for you. Come hear from some of the best technology product managers in the region and get a taste of what life is like across distinctly unique operational environments.

Speaker bios coming soon...

Other topics covered will be:

New tools and frameworks for product managers to stay on trend (from responsive design to social sharing)
Skillsets that will be essential for tomorrow's product managers
Future iterations of the product management role (Technical PMs, Growth PMs, etc.)

Booth and the Seattle club would like to extend their sincerest thanks the following Booth Amazon employees for their hard work and efforts in coordinating this panel:

Sergey Slepyan '15, Paritosh Kumar '16, and Sean Sternbach '12. Without their efforts and connections, this event would not be possible. 


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