Product Buds: Tech, Design, Business โ€“ Which Do Product Managers Need?



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โ€‹๐Ÿ’ก About the event ๐Ÿ’ก

โ€‹In the technology industry, product managers are often responsible for setting a course and executing relentlessly. This is an open discussion about what roles tech, design, and business play in product development led by Alex "Q" Duong, Product Manager at Google! Is one most important? Is there a certain order in which to address them? Join the chat!

โ€‹๐Ÿ—ฃ About the speaker ๐Ÿ—ฃ

โ€‹"Q," as friends and colleagues call him, has an unusual path to product management. Before PM, he expanded Internet capacity in Africa, worked for a micro-finance nonprofit in Vietnam, and was a management consultant to CFOs. He has degrees in law, economics, and human-computer interaction (HCI) - but exactly none in engineering. Silicon Valley has no idea who he is.

โ€‹None of that stops him as a tinkerer and strategist at heart. He's built some of the first smart speaker, digital assistant, and mesh Wi-Fi technologies surrounding us today. His latest ventures include democratizing A/B testing tools to reach more people, training for a triathlon, and planning for a kitesurfing trip post-pandemic.

โ€‹You can connect further with him on LinkedIn!

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