2021 has been an exciting and jam-packed year for Product Talks with 38 events across the globe taking place! We look forward to seeing what the next 6 weeks have in store for us and we have it all here for you with Product Talks at a Glance.
Check out the upcoming events listed below, grab a festive mulled wine, and join us for more Product chatter before the festive season is in full swing!
Introduction to Product Analytics
- Tuesday, November 23, 2021, at 5:30pm AEST
Hosted by Emily Chen, Product Talks Sydney welcomes Xinlin Tan, Senior Solutions Consultant, APAC, Mixpanel for ‘Introduction to Product Analytics’ on Tuesday November 23, 2021, at 5:30pm AEST.
Behind every great product is a brilliant product team…and well-analysed product data that enables the team to better understand their users, and optimise their user experience. Product analytics allow product teams to understand how users are engaging with their products and ensure every product decision made begins and ends with data.
Most successful product teams are able to harness the power of product analytics by asking the right questions, collecting the necessary data, and turning these data into actionable insights that guide their next steps in building better products. In fact, studies have shown that companies that use product analytics are likely to be far more profitable than companies that don’t.
If you are a product leader, designer or developer, join us for this 1 hour workshop where you will learn:
- What is Product Analytics and why is it important?
- How does Product Analytics differ from marketing/web analytics and BI?
- How to choose the right metrics to measure product success?
- How to use Product Analytics to learn more about user behaviour to better convert, engage, and retain them?
Changing the World through Radical Products while Embracing Responsibility
- Tuesday November 30, 2021, at 5pm EDT
Radhika Dutt will be joining us for the next session of Product Talks New York. Facilitated by Adrienne Tan, Radhika will be sharing with us ‘Changing the World Through Radical Products While Embracing Responsibility’ on Tuesday 30 November, 2021, at 5pm ET.
In the last decade, as innovation has increasingly become short-term driven, we’ve invested in adopting methodologies such as Lean and Agile to harness the power of iteration and innovate faster. We’ve invested in a fast car, but our ability to set a clear destination and navigate to it hasn’t kept up.
When we iterate without a clear vision or strategy, our products become bloated, fragmented, and driven by irrelevant metrics. They catch “product diseases” that often kill innovation. In the process, we also create collateral damage in society in the form of digital pollution.
In this talk by the author of Radical Product Thinking, Radhika Dutt, we’ll challenge conventional wisdom about what makes a good vision and talk about why the current mantras for product development fall short. You’ll learn a radical and repeatable model for building world-changing products. It’ll give you practical tools to develop a vision for the change you want to bring about in the world and translate that systematically into reality.
Product Party Time!!
Join us at this year’s Product Party sponsored by Amplitude
When: Thursday 2nd December, 2021
- Where: Online via zoom
- Topic: Can you have Product Led Growth without a Product Led Culture?
We know everyone is keen for a party after a tough year so we are hosting an end-of-year Product party to celebrate. Australia’s Product community groups have come together to create an event for all Product folk to celebrate and share in another brilliant year for Product!
Come and join the Australian Product Management community on the 2nd of December for a massive social and informative event as we discuss what it means to be “Product-Led”. You’ll get a chance to listen to a talk by the fabulous John Cutler, ask John pressing Product questions, play a Product quiz and win some great prizes.
While being locked down over the past year has been a drag, it has taught us that we can still have fun together, even when we are separated by distance.
How to accelerate into a Product Leadership role?
- Friday, December 10, 2021, at 5pm SGT
This event is for ambitious, mid to senior Product Managers looking to become a Product Leader.
Product Leader Michael Ong and a surprise guest will present and share their Leadership journey with this community.
Both leaders will share:
- The path to Product leadership
- About the adaptive skills required to present yourself as a leader.
- How to demonstrate your skills and abilities in front of people that can help propel your career.
- The balance between doing the Product job and coaching others how to do their Product job.
Join us online, for “How to accelerate into a Product Leadership role?” hosted by Adrienne Tan, Co-Founder and CEO of Brainmates, and Isabella Reynolds, Marketing and Community Associate, Leading the Product, on Friday December 10, at 5 pm (SGT).
We can’t wait to see you at one of our exciting events before the holidays!
For now, check the people who make this all possible, our sponsors!
We are delighted to announce that Product Talks Sydney has been sponsored by Mixpanel.
Mixpanel helps companies measure what matters, make decisions fast, and build better products through data. With Mixpanel, Product Managers can take control of their product data, with self-serve analytics to understand why people convert, engage and retain to improve their user experience.
Mixpanel is sponsoring Product Talks Sydney meetups to connect with Product Managers who are practicing or discovering product analytics and will be joining us as a speaker in the coming months to share more about the topic. For a limited time, Mixpanel is offering Product Talks Sydney members $3,000 in Mixpanel credits to get started.
Over the next 5 months, Leading The Product, in partnership with IMDA, will be bringing a series of Product Talk events to Singapore. The IMDA develops and regulates the converging infocomm and media sectors in a holistic way, creating a dynamic and exciting sector filled with opportunities for growth, through an emphasis on talent, research, innovation and enterprise. As a statutory board in the Singapore government, it seeks to deepen regulatory capabilities for a converged Infocomm media.