Leonard spends his days as a Product Lead, helping to continue making Google's Search products awesome. He spends his spare time teaching Product Management at Product School, growing the Norwegian product management community and irregularly blogs about non feasible ideas. In his last 7 years at Google, he has worked on G+, Spaces, Reply, YouTube and Search.
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.
8 October 2021
We’ve heard them all - Double Diamond, Basecamp Cycles, Intercom Product Management, Lean Canvas, Scrum, the list goes on. But what does frameworks mean for the individual person; the team; for the organisation? This panel will discuss the value of “trendy” vs valuable long-term approaches for when it comes to framework implementation and ongoing management including;
- How individuals can adapt to the new frameworks seamlessly
- Adapting the team, processes and company culture
- One size does not fit all - how to prepare accordingly
- Challenges to look out for
7 October 2021
Working as part of the global strategy for Google products can have its challenges but its successes can be seen through how the products have adapted to work across very different locations, cultures, languages, etc. Leonard, Global Products Lead for Google, has spent many years delivering high impactful products globally. Through this experience, he has built a framework to help other PM continually makes their products EPICC through; Execution, Prioritization, Curiosity, Communication and Influencing Others.
In this talk, Leonard will draw on his personal experiences throughout his career to share insights on:
- Tools to tuning your impact radar
- The types of impact you can have
- Top tips to implementing his framework in your own work
The EPICC Product Framework: Essential Behaviors for Product Managers
Skills are important for product managers, but it's their behaviors that make the real difference. The EPICC framework identifies five key behaviors that help product managers close the gap between the current state of their product and its future potential.