Here at Tolpagorni, we usually focus on Product Managers. However, today’s blogpost will be relevant for all types of managers. All managers have a few things in common with each other – managing a team of people and ensuring the project/product is completed. The podcast that I will be sharing below aren’t podcasts where they give you a list of how-tos, but rather they give examples using real situations faced or inspiring people who have made a change.Read More >
Dariush has started several successful ventures. He is advisor or board member of other companies. He has also conducted lectures at local and international universities about business, innovation and entrepreneurship and engaged in social work in projects he believes in deeply. He is one of the keynote speaker on The Product Leadership Day and he will be sharing with us about F*ck ideas. It is all about shipping, deploying and applying!Read More >
Markus is currently a business developer with Digital Machining at Sandvik Coromant. Looking at his Linkedin profile, one might not spot the title of ‘Product Manager’, but he possesses several characteristics of a product manager that he portrays in different roles. During the last 10 years he has been engaged in the evolution of IOT in connected services within both Scania and Sandvik Coromant. On The Product Leadership Day, he will be talking about where he started to grow business a year ago after going from 250 000 connected trucks to 0 connected tools. A casual conversation with Markus to know him better.Read More >
Karolina has worked in different roles within the IT industry in London and Stockholm. With her unique and diverse professional background and passion for psychology, Karolina brings a different perspective of Product Management on to the table. During her talk, she will tell us about the mismatch of what she thought was would do and what the role of a product manager actually was in an organization. I don’t think she is alone in this experience!Read More >
Niklas has a commercial background within sales, marketing and business development in both B2B and B2C from companies like Ericsson, Telenor, Projectplace and MTG. He is currently successfully leading a team covering product management, product marketing and benefits development. In relation to his current position he will be speaking about what has made Benify the fastest growing HR tech company in Europe.Read More >
Petter Johnson is a Product Manager of digital services. He is currently responsible of a difficult task of moving an old establishment towards digitalization slowly, one step at a time. During his speech, he will be talking about the importance of digitalization within the public employment services, the challenges that they are facing and how they are overcoming them. A casual conversation with Petter to know him better.Read More >
Saeed is one of the Keynote speaker who will be joining us at The Product Leadership Day. He has 25 years of experience in Product Management and he has been involved in several start-ups and enterprises in Toronto and Silicon Valley. With this experience, he is able to speak about product management with utmost honestly and clarity which is very beneficial to new and even seasoned product managers. Coming March, Saeed will be sharing with us "Optimizing Product Marketing in your Organization."Read More >
With almost 10 years of experience in Product Management, Love Thyresson is still very dedicated to technology which motivates and excites him. He has worked in many areas in Ericsson as a product manager and currently at Net Insight. Love would have a thing or two to share regarding his experiences and journey as a speaker at The Product Leadership Day 2018.Read More >
On The Product Leadership Day 2018, 11 speakers will share their product management secrets. Learn more about one of them and meet Anna-Karin Lindblom from FLIR Systems.
Anna Karin is currently a Director of Product Management at FLIR Systems. She is a seasoned product manager with many years of experience in different parts of product management. She has worked with companies such as Ericsson, nWise and currently FLIR. She will be speaking about how early failures are important and learning from early market feedback, proof of concept and testing. Furthermore, she will talk about how to use these when building new products and new business models.
In a start-up environment people often end up as product managers depending on the product progression. Unlike larger multi-national companies, product often have a dedicated role and tasks assigned. However, this is not the case for product managers in start-up.Read More >