Du 20 juillet 2020 au 24 juillet 2020
NEW Remote Workshop Format
In order to continue offering product management training in a safe environment for our attendees and trainers, we have devised a new interactive, remote workshop format.
July 20 - 9:00 - 11:00 (120 minutes) PDT / 18:00 - 19:30 CEST
July 21 - 9:00 - 11:00 (120 minutes) PDT / 18:00 - 19:30 CEST
July 22 - no class
July 23 - 9:00 - 11:00 (120 minutes) PDT / 18:00 - 19:30 CEST
July 24 - 9:00 - 11:00 (120 minutes) PDT / 18:00 - 19:30 CEST
This workshop is part of our #mtpcon Digital 2020 event, happening on 13-15 July (tickets sold separately).
How does "remote" work?
We will take this incredibly valuable, tried and tested one-day workshop and break it into 4 bite sizes sections of 120 minutes (2hrs) to make it easier to digest in a remote form and allow for reflection between sessions. The content covered will be the same, although optimised for remote training, with group activities and collaboration throughout.
Day 1 - July 20 - Introduction to the model for high performing teams and cross-cultural conflict
Day 2 - July 21 - Norms for team cohesion, Roles for individual management
Day 3 - July 23 - OKRs for goal setting
Day 4 - July 24 - A Cadence of Continuous improvement
There will be session per day (at the same time) for the full week of the 20th of July to the 24th of July with the exception of Wednesday the 22nd.
The start time will be at 18:00 CEST
Each session will run 2 hrs
There will be pre-work activities and homework throughout the course
We will be using Zoom as our primary tool with exercises taking place within Zoom and also in other tools like Mural
Attendees will be divided into working groups for the sessions
Each working group will have an assignment to complete between sessions
To participate successfully you will need a computer with a webcam, microphone, headphones and good internet connection
Designing Product Teams with Intention: Crafting your Successful Team
It’s time to give teams the same attention and craft we give our products. In this workshop, Christina will share lessons from top companies in Silicon Valley that apply to anyone who functions as part of a team: equally applicable to managers and peer leaders, these approaches will make your team thrive. Awesome products come from awesome teams, so it’s time to stop doing business as usual: learn how to design a team for maximum impact.
Christina knows how to design and inspire diverse teams to work together, going all out in pursuit of a single, ultra-challenging goal - this course is an intimate opportunity to learn her proven results-forward methodology for product team design. Christina will take you into the factors that inform strategically crafted product teams, and address the core question: why do some product teams break while others thrive?
You will consume many virtual Post-its as you explore:
Cultural tensions facing teams
Cadences of winning product teams
Setting norms, and why they matter
How to use OKRs to help teams define, tackle and realize big goals in a methodical way (leaving nothing to chance!)
Organisational learning and teams
Feedback for individuals and for teams: how regular check-ins can keep you on track to success
About Christina Wodtke
An established thought leader in Silicon Valley, Christina is a “curious human” with a serious resume. Her past work includes re-design and initial product offerings with LinkedIn, MySpace, Zynga, Yahoo! and others, as well as founding three startups, an online design magazine called Boxes and Arrows, and co-founding the Information Architecture Institute. She is currently a Lecturer at Stanford in the HCI group in the Computer Science department.
Christina teaches worldwide on the intersection of human innovation and high-performing teams. She uses the power of story to connect with audiences and readers through speaking and her Amazon category-bestselling books. Christina’s work is personable, insightful, knowledgeable, and engaging.
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