Product Visioning: A Proven Method For Product Planning And Prioritization
Is your team looking for new product concepts to capture a new market? Do you need to establish a long-term product strategy? Are you working to set a direction to drive product priorities and roadmap decisions?
In this presentation, Christine Perfetti will walk you through all of the steps for creating a long-term Experience Vision for your product, establishing consensus and buy-in across your organization, and prioritizing focus areas for improving your product.
For eight years, Christine Perfetti worked as Head of Product at User Interface Engineering, a leading Product and User Experience think tank. Christine Perfetti also built and managed User Experience teams at two of Boston’s top technology companies, Carbonite and Acquia.
For more than two decades, Christine has been teaching teams how to gather insights from users to inform product decisions. She is the author of the O’Reilly Video Training, User Research Fundamentals for Product Teams. She’s also been a featured speaker at dozens of industry leading conferences, including Webstock New Zealand, the Harvard Business School Startup Bootcamp, Lean UX NYC, the IA Summit, the Confab Content Strategy Conference, and the User Interface Conference.
Thanks to our host this month – B2W Software!
Headquartered in Portsmouth, NH and founded in 1993, B2W provides specialized software for heavy civil construction management. Companies throughout North America and several other countries use B2W Software to bid on large-scale infrastructure and commercial projects, plan and manage operations, maintain large fleets of equipment and leverage business intelligence.
Time and Location
6:00 – 6:30 Networking and refreshments
6:30 – 7:30 Presentation
7:30 – 8:00 Networking
B2W Software is located at: 99 Bow Street, Suite 500, Portsmouth, NH 03801.
(same building as Surf Seafood and Martingale Wharf.)
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