Proposed Sessions for Product Camp Silicon Valley 2012

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  1. Next generation PM - Building great products with your kids

    Be a cool parent! Show your kids what you do and teach them how to build a great product - together.

    This is the story of bankaroo...

    www.bankaroo.com is a family project to help children learn how to manage their savings. Danielle came up with the idea and helped with the design, dad helped with the technology, and mom helped with the rest.

    In this session we will discuss how to explain your kid what you are doing, how to validate ideas, how to collect feedback, how to stay focus and how to have fun while doing so.

    We will…

    153 votes
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    • 3 Different Methods to Define & Build Awesome Products

      Why build lousy products when thinking a little differently and using new approaches can yield awesome products?

      The proposed session provides a practical overview of these methods with examples:

      Best Imaginable Product
      Design as a Product
      Self as a Customer

      A shorter and crisper version of what was delivered to SVPMA in Dec, 2011.

      55 votes
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      • Application of 'Blue Ocean Strategy' through numbers

        How do you know if you are in a market where your product is a mere commodity? The book is great, but how do I practically use it? I have so much data that I don't even know what data do I need to use? or I don't have any data, but how will I draw value curve?

        Learn how I used the 'Value Curve Analysis' from the book Blue Ocean Strategy to compare 100 robots with our 10 robots. How it helped us understand customer buying behavior statistically? How did we know where we stand? How we helped our…

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        • Shake Up Product Brainstorming! Version 2.0

          We're back this year to shake things up again...with brainstorming, that is! Traditional linear approaches can prevent us from seeing "new" ideas. That's why nonlinear, lateral techniques that use the creative, "play" brain work! They allow us have new creative insights and to achieve great outcomes while having fun! We're not taking away linear tools; we're just adding some new fun ones to your toolbox, or should we say "coolbox!'' The jokes are a bonus!

          17 votes
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          • The Future of Customer Buying Management

            Innovation is the key to success, but how do you innovate and capture real customer need? I will talk about how to uncover deep customer insights, enhance the customer experience, and translate innovations into products customers will buy, using Pragmatic Marketing, customer discovery, and Agile.

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            • Driving Change and Re-invention in Successful Organizations

              Often successful organizations are the hardest to affect change in. Success can itself be a barrier to selling and implementing needed change. And the larger the organization, the harder it is to drive that change. What are sign-posts that mandate change? How do we effectively and successfully communicate and advocate for change once the need is discovered? Are there exemplars of successful change in successful companies, and how can I emulate them?

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