Metrics for Product Managers Remote Workshop - British Summer Time

Metrics for Product Managers Remote Workshop - British Summer Time

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Quand ?

Du 14 avril 2021 au 15 avril 2021

Combien ?

£700

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Description

In this workshop, we will cover all the fundamentals a product manager, designer, or leader needs to know about metrics - join us!

Metrics for Product Managers

April 14th, 9:00 - 12:30 BST and April 15th, 9 - 12:30 BST

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Training Workshop Overview

Have you ever asked, “How do I know if my product is successful”? As Marty Cagan, the author of Inspired, and the godfather of modern product management has said - “as product managers, it is our job to discover that which is valuable, feasible, viable, and usable”. We can only know if we’ve achieved those aims by measuring our progress in some way - so metrics and product analytics are critical to building successful products.

Metrics /ˈmɛtrɪks/ (noun)A standard of measurement by which efficiency, performance, progress, or quality of a plan, process, or product can be assessed.

In this workshop we will cover all the fundamentals a product manager, designer, or leader needs to know about metrics - so you can make better data-driven decisions.

How does "remote" work?

This two half-day workshop is dedicated to product management learning. As with our in-person workshops, you can focus all of your time and energy into two concentrated half-days of product learning with full access to our tried-and-tested curriculums, expert trainers, and a community of product peers.

Each day will run 9:00am - 12:30pm BST (5:00pm - 8:30pm SGT)and will include live online lectures interspersed with regular discussion, Q&As, and group activities to encourage hands-on learning. We’ll use Zoom and other digital collaboration tools.

To keep you energised and engaged, we’ll also run warm-ups and icebreakers, and take regular breaks.

Timings:

  • Join us online from 8:50am BST (4:50pm SGT), to connect calmly and help mitigate accessibility issues
  • Class will start at 9:00am BST (5:00pm SGT) and end at 12:30pm GMT (8:30pm SGT) each day

To participate successfully you'll need a comfortable quiet space, with a good internet connection, where you can fully participate and focus.

Please note: This workshop is run as two half-day sessions and you must attend both parts

What You'll Learn

  • Understanding why metrics are important
  • Understanding what you need to measure and why
  • Unpacking the jargon of metrics and analytics
  • How to create and define useful metrics
  • Understanding the risks in metrics
  • How to operationalise metrics and build an evidence-driven culture

Key Takeaways

After this workshop, you’ll be able to return to your team and ensure you’re measuring the right things without being distracted by all the noise. This workshop will help you to not only understand metrics as a concept but give you the tools to develop a clear plan for applying this to your everyday work.

Information for Ticket Holders

How will I get access to my workshop and pre-work?

One week before the workshop:

  • You will receive an email from us with further information about your workshop and pre-workshop activities

Two days before the workshop:

  • You will receive access information for Zoom and Mural (our workshop tools)

Please note, the above emails will be sent to the email address you registered with. If you do not receive any of the above, please email support@mindtheproduct.com ASAP.

What happens if I book with less than a week to go before the workshop?

No problem. You will receive the relevant information from us within 24 hours. Please email support@mindtheproduct.com if you do not receive this.

Who do I reach out to if I’m having technical difficulties?

On the day of your workshop, we will gather 10 minutes before to allow time for everyone to log in and troubleshoot any technical issues. If you are unable to connect to the platforms, please email support@mindtheproduct.com and we will be on hand to assist you.

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