Fanny has worked for 8 years in the travel industry until moving to Doctolib at the beginning of the Covid-19 pandemic. There she worked in a task force to build the scheduling and planning tools for vaccination centers and GPs. Now she works on making it easy for patients to book their hospital appointments.
On a mission to improve collaboration within teams, she's always happy to have a chat on the topic.
She has organised several tech conferences, programming workshops and product meet-ups so that people could share their experiences and learn from each other.
Moderated by Hannah Chaplin, join us for this interactive discussion on the role of a product manager withing product teams. Pulling from their experiences Leonard, Jason & Fanny will talk through their learnings, best practices and suggestions on where product managers should sit that have worked for their businesses to ensure great products and happy teams.
There are many reasons why developers might be annoyed with their product managers: random deadlines, requirements that are too vague, or too specific, no time for technical debt issues, no big picture, no strategy, no plan, no skills... and the list goes on. As a product manager and user researcher, I wanted to know more and fix this. So last year, I collected insights about what makes developers unhappy about their fellow product folks. In my time as a Product Manager, I've worked with different teams, in different setups, on different projects. I'd like to share my experience with developers, and give them some tips on what they can do to improve their relationship with their PM and eventually be happier in their job. This talk includes practical things that can help for better collaboration.