Product Development Symposium
Friday 16 – 10:00am – 11:00am EDT
One 50 Minute Session followed by Q&A
Title: Product Management – Do’s and Don’ts (Separating the Best From the Rest)
Presenter: Steven Haines, Sequent Learning Networks – New York, NY USA
What separates great companies from ones that don’t deliver to their stakeholder? It’s product management excellence. In this talk, noted author and speaker, Steven Haines, will describe who does product management better, and how they get better results!
You will hear from the father of Product Management real world stories of product success and failure and where product management was the cause.
Sequent Learning Networks - New York, NY USA
Steven Haines’ ideas and books have contributed to corporate growth strategies for more than two decades. His enthusiasm and focus have contributed to best-selling business books that include and the Product Manager’s Desk Reference (2e), The Product Manager’s Survival Guide (2e), and The Business Acumen Handbook. Steven Is the founder of Sequent Learning Networks, an internationally positioned training and organizational advisory services firm focusing on product management excellence. He’s also the founder of The Business Acumen Institute, a training company focused on building business acumen for emerging leaders. In Steven’s corporate life, he was a business leader at Oracle, and AT&T. Steven has an undergraduate degree in Management Science and Organizational Behavior, and an MBA in Corporate Financial Management.
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