If you’ve wanted to catch some of my presentations but were unable to make it to a conference or one of my speaking engagements, you have three opportunities this fall that don’t require you to leave your desk. I’ll be doing a series of webinars for Orasi, about the impact of people and relationships on software product management.
The more consulting and project management training I do, the more I realize how important the product management role is. And, it’s very difficult to know if people are performing that role well–the feedback loop between the time a product manager makes a decision and the time that decision impacts the organization can be very long. So, I’m doing a series of webinars, all at 11am ET:
- Sept. 15, 2005: What Makes a Great Product Manager? I’ll be discussing characteristics of great product managers and how to interview candidates to know if they can do what they say they can do.
- Oct. 6, 2005: Managing the Project Portfolio. I’ll discuss how to know what all the work is, and which questions to ask to know whether or not you should be doing the work.
- Oct. 20: Delivering the Right Product on Time: Setting Expectations Between Engineering and the Three PMs. If you’ve ever wanted to settle the discussions between project management, program management, and product management, this webinar is for you.
See Orasi’s page of online events and scroll down to 2005 Fall Expert Series. The abstracts are under the “more info” button.
Please do join me for these webinars.