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What's in Your Product Stack: Collaboration

What's in Your Product Stack: Collaboration

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Want to transform your product team into a collaborative powerhouse? Join our expert panel of product managers as they share the tools and processes they’ve used to break down silos and create an effective culture of collaboration. 

Our panel will answer your most pressing questions and dive into their favorite collaboration tools built for product teams (spoiler: not Zoom or Slack). This will be a collaborative webinar—please share your perspective and challenges when you register and the panel will dissect the results live.

Want to transform your product team into a collaborative powerhouse? Join our expert panel of product managers as they share the tools and processes they’ve used to break down silos and create an effective culture of collaboration. 

Our panel will answer your most pressing questions and dive into their favorite collaboration tools built for product teams (spoiler: not Zoom or Slack). This will be a collaborative webinar—please share your perspective and challenges when you register and the panel will dissect the results live.

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What's in Your Product Stack: Collaboration

  1. 1. What’s in your product stack? Collaboration This webinar brought to you by www.TheProductStack.com
  2. 2. The Product Stack is a group of like-minded organizations that offer practical solutions for modern product teams. Our quest is to shine a light on the challenges everyday product teams face and offer up real advice and solutions that address these challenges head on. Join the conversation at www.TheProductStack.com.
  3. 3. Ronan Dunlop Pivotal Tracker / VMWare The Product Stack Co-Founder – Pivotal Tracker Head of Marketing Moderator
  4. 4. Today’s Panel Isabelle Berner Director of Product Management at Def Method Jay Badenhope Product Manager at Geometeter. LLC
  5. 5. IMAGINE 2017.ALL RIGHTS WWW.WEBSITE.COM Agenda 1. Collaboration fundamentals 2. Tools & processes 3. Q&A Submit questions at any time during the webinar!
  6. 6. How well does your team collaborate?
  7. 7. What is your biggest challenge vis-a-vis team collaboration?
  8. 8. ● Establish and maintain a sense of team ● Drive alignment toward goals ● Use feedback to iterate Collaboration fundamentals
  9. 9. Your Questions “Delivering as one team; our product mgmt and development teams are not collaborating as well as they could.” “How to build a team attitude instead of an order taking attitude (tell me what to do, I will wait).”
  10. 10. ● Make time to build rapport within team ○ Share your history & fun facts ○ Share personal motivations ○ Play games ○ Celebrate wins, even remotely ● Resources & Activities: ○ ShayHi.com: online icebreaker designed for remote teams (free) ○ Know your team ○ Hopes & Fears activity ○ Games: skribbl.io, Among Us ○ Snapshot challenge Establish and maintain a sense of team
  11. 11. ● Make time to build rapport within team ○ Share your history & fun facts ○ Share personal motivations ○ Play games ○ Celebrate wins, even remotely ● Resources & Activities: ○ ShayHi.com: online icebreaker designed for remote teams (free) ○ Know your team ○ Hopes & Fears activity ○ Games: skribbl.io, Among Us ○ Snapshot challenge Establish and maintain a sense of team
  12. 12. What do you view as your two most valuable collaboration tools?
  13. 13. … most valuable collaboration tools? Other responses ● Mural, Figma, Whimsical (similar to Miro) ● “An open heart and an open mind” ● “Empathy” ● “Openness and acceptance” ● “My manager and the scrum master” ● “Ability to mediate”
  14. 14. Your Questions “How to make sure every information and priority change is communicated properly to the whole team.” “Ways to help team members connect individual work to what's at stake.”
  15. 15. Always know what you’re aiming for ● Goals & anti-goals ○ at start ○ stoplight check-ins ● Risks & mitigations ● Group idea generation (dump and sort) + round robin Adhere to rituals ● IPMs - Iteration Planning Meetings ● Stand ups ● Demos ● Retrospectives Drive and maintain alignment
  16. 16. Always know what you’re aiming for ● Goals & anti-goals ○ at start ○ stoplight check-ins ● Risks & mitigations ● Group idea generation (dump and sort) + round robin Adhere to rituals ● IPMs - Iteration Planning Meetings ● Stand ups ● Demos ● Retrospectives Drive and maintain alignment
  17. 17. Your Questions “How to keep positive in retrospectives when addressing issue.” “Ways to create safe, creative spaces for feedback.”
  18. 18. ● 1-1 check-ins and feedback ○ Team Speedback ● Team Retrospectives ● Lean Startup: build, measure, learn ● Agile/XP: continuous deployment ● Resources: ○ Retro Tools: funretro.io, Miro, Google sheets, Postfacto ○ Book: Radical Candor ○ Book: Extreme Programming Explained, 2nd Ed. Use feedback to iterate on team and product
  19. 19. Postfacto.io
  20. 20. Live Q & A Resources doc https://bit.ly/3drJuEb
  21. 21. Thank You! Continue the conversation: www.TheProductStack.com Subscribe at: theproductstack.substack.com Read more on this topic: www.productplan.com/product-manager-first-30-days/ www.productplan.com/product-manager-first-90-days/

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