This talk covers techniques and approaches to developing and communicating roadmaps to your organization.
Balancing Agility and predictability in a roadmap is a challenge, and stakeholders require transparency in order to effectively drive organizations forward. Product teams that efficiently deliver value to market require the flexibility to make decisions using the latest discovery and learning, while giving their team time to plan for the product’s direction.
Whether your team is a startup looking to define your product strategy, or an enterprise looking to remain competitive while coordinating across hundreds of teams, this event will deliver valuable insights and techniques on how Product leaders can remain agile while developing and sharing their roadmap.
Kent Keirsey: Product Manager, Gather
Kent helps develop roadmaps and lead teams as a Product Manager at Gather, an Atlanta start-up at the forefront of bridging technology and hospitality to help venues and guests gather and connect. Prior to Gather, he worked on product management teams at Atomized and OneTrust, and served as a Senior Risk Consultant in EY’s Advisory practice.
Scott Sehlhorst: SVP, Executive Consultant at LeadingAgile
Scott has 25+ years in product management & strategy consulting, software development, and mechanical engineering to help companies make better decisions about how to invest in their products. Scott “went Agile” in 2001 and has since carved a niche helping companies with long-term planning horizons to connect their strategy to iterative and incremental development cadences. Scott brings B2B2C and B2C perspective across multiple industries including eCommerce, aviation ecosystems, telecom equipment and services, mobile devices, insurance and financial services. He has worked with firms ranging from under 100 employees to Fortune-100 enterprises. Scott is also a product management lecturer in both the Dublin Institute of Technology and Lviv Business School advanced degree-programs in product management and technology management.