Six Stances of Product Leadership
Product Leadership is an organizational capability that inhabitsmany facets and dimensions of work. At times one can get overwhelmed by the dynamic complexity of the associated roles’ expectations. No wonder that those who are simultaneously able to…
- maximize business value
- effectively and creatively navigate the ever-changing landscape of product insights
- cultivate generative customer-centric relationships
- strategically mobilize teams towards an inspiring vision
- stay grounded in data-driven decisions to support systemic change
…can truly be seen as the unicorns of the modern product/service world!
How can we bring more clarity into the variety of perspectives pulling product leaders in multiple directions? How can we be more deliberate in developing the required skills and competencies to ensure product leadership success?
In their workshop Anjali and Nadezhda will uncover and explore 6 Stances of Product Leadership to help make sense of the inherent complexity in product management. Join us to take a close up look at the characteristics and focus areas of product leadership through the distinct set of lenses, appreciate the natural synergies and tensions between them, and reflect on how you may use the stances’ vantage points to guide your professional growth.
Outline/Structure of the Workshop
[5 min] Welcome, short speakers' intro, quick check who is in the room + top product leadership challenge
[1 min] Quick agenda overview
[4 min] What do we mean by product leadership?
[5 min] Quick intro of 6 Product Leadership Stances, and how to hold them
[15 min] Zoom into each stance's characteristics (Looking AT). How do you recognize the stance X?
[25 min] Zoom into each stance's areas of focus (Looking AS). What is the focus of a product leader in each of these stances?
[15 min] What is your Go-To product leadership stance?
[10 min] Synergies and tensions. Stances’ light and dark sides
[10 min] Q&A, thank you and close
After attending this workshop the participants will be able to:
- Outline 6 distinct vantage points in product leadership
- Identify key characteristics and focus areas of product leadership stances
- Explain synergies and tensions between the product leadership stances
Product managers, Product Owners, Agile Coaches, Scrum Masters
Prerequisites for Attendees
Basic knowledge of the product management
schedule Submitted 8 months ago
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