I was just looking at my schedule and noticed I have a good deal of time on the road with Product Camps which is always fun. I’m looking to be at 4 PCamps in the next 3 months.
ProductCamp Vancouver: This is next week already! (Saturday, March 17) Looking forward to being out west and catching up with Stuart and team at the SFU Graduate School of Business in downtown Vancouver.
ProductCamp St. Louis: April 21, 2012. This will be my first time to St. Louis in a really long time and I’m looking forward to it. I also think this is the first one, if I’m correct. It is nice to see Product Camps sprouting up all of over the place.
ProductCamp DC: I’m looking forward to attending at my second PCampDC on May 4 and catching up with folks like Pradheep Sampath, Shardul Mehta and the other folks I met last year.
ProductCamp Boston: I’ve never been to PCamp Boston, but I’ve been watching them online via Twitter for couple of years, so definitely looking to be in Boston in the spring, which is one of the best times to be there. So with good weather, people and content this should be a good camp to attend as well.
Hope to see some of y’all on the road, cheers!
There are no shortage of events going on for product managers and marketers. So what’s going on? A flurry of ProductCamps are on the schedule, along with regional talks and a conference on Innovation.
If you are interested in going to a PCamp, a complete list of schedule camps can be found at www.productcamp.org. I hear there even is a Vancouver in the works for 2011 from one of yesterday’s commentators here..
Here are a couple of other events which you might be able to catch online or if you are in Vancouver:
Pipeline 2010: This is a virtual meeting of folks who will be speaking on the best practices of innovation, product development, and product portfolio management. Some of the speakers include – Chris Trimble, Braden Kelley, John Milburn, Maureen Carlson, Steven Cristol, Bill Poston…. This event is hosted by Planview on November 10, 2010
British Columbia Technology Industry Association – The November 16th session focuses executing on your strategy in trying times. The session will be lead by Barb Nelson.
Technology Association of Georgia PM Society – The November 10th meeting is focused on Developing Product Strategies That Align With Corporate Strategy.