The theme for Product Tank November: Roadmaps: how to develop them, document them, use them, and maintain them over time.
Speaker #1: Ray Yee, Ray Yee Consulting
Originally from Canada, he consults fintech companies internationally within product development. His assignments include Wirecard, Klarna, Bambora, and Nordnet.
Most recently, Ray was Product Manager of Nordnet’s robo-advice product. He now is an Investment Analyst at Nordnet Ventures, an initiative to invest in Nordic fintech start-ups.
Ray’s presentation will present the strategic and tactical aspects of product roadmaps, the key activities when building product roadmaps and practically how to manage them.
Speaker #2: Akhilesh Chadha, NetEnt
Akhilesh is Swedish in his mind however Indian by heart. Created and sold his first software product during his university days. Currently he works as Product Manager/Owner with NetEnt which is growing exponentially and currently worth 14 Billion SEK. At NetEnt Akhilesh is responsible for running experiments for boosting player activity and loyalty. Akhilesh will talk about road-map perspective from big company with legacy architecture imagine repairing engine of airbus A380 midair. What it takes and how to go about it
Speaker #3: TBD
We’re discussing with a few candidates and will have an additional speaker to announce soon!
We’ll also have some mingle time before and after the speakers. This is great way to network with other product managers!
Help us out: Are you willing to speak in the future, or do you have tips for someone else who might make a great speaker? Please fill out this form (https://goo.gl/forms/YWynbJHlI0ykV1pj1) with your name and possible topics.
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For those of you that are new to ProductTank, here’s a brief intro:
ProductTank provides an opportunity for Product Managers working in a variety of industries to exchange ideas and experiences about Product Management, Business Modeling, Metrics, Usability and all the other things that get us excited. ProductTank was started in London, UK, and often features talks from guest speakers on both technical and business related topics, networking opportunities, and good old-fashioned networking in a casual setting.