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Mapping for Twists: Building a Longterm Roadmap Flexible Enough for Detours

James McGill

James McGill, Vice President of Engineering at Button, hosts an invite-only dinner for engineering leaders to discuss maintaining agility while working around slower-moving stakeholders. 


"Move fast and break things" is an exciting ethos among developers. However, what happens when internal and external stakeholders aren't geared towards breaking things in order to move fast? How can you build a product roadmap that's moves at the speed you want, but can be flexible enough for inevitable roadblocks put up by general business dealings? Gather with tech leaders to share insights and learn new strategies for building a plan that accommodates the slower movers, while still progressing at a good clip. 

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Tuesday, September 24, 2019 at 6:30 PM

New York, NY

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Keaty Gross
Pierre Drescher
Alex Tollefsen
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MVP to World Leader: Building a Minimum Viable Product into a Global Phenomenon

Kadir Annamalai

Kadir Annamalai, VP of Product at Teespring, hosts an invite-only dinner for product leaders to share their insights and experiences in developing a product from idea to marketplace leader.


Google has a "test and iterate" approach. Apple obsesses over every detail before releasing a product. Most companies live between these two approaches to creating quality products. Gather with other executives to discuss strategies, tools, and tips that make building an "MVP" of MVPs.

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Wednesday, September 25, 2019 at 6:30 PM

San Francisco, CA

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Isaac Silverman
Steve Pollock
Raj Subbiah
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Product Manage-more: Growing the Product Management Role for Increased Impact

Brent Tworetzky

Brent Tworetzky, Senior VP, Product Management at InVision, hosts an invite-only dinner of product and engineering executives to discuss how to expand the role of Product Management for greater organizational impact. 


Product Managers face a battle on two fronts. They must drive strategy and direction for their products. And they manage team execution, investing time into meeting organization, communications, alignment, analytics tracking, and QA. Sometimes, the "ground level" work can overshadow the "sky level" work. When utilized correctly, though, Product Managers improve the product, the processes, and the company direction altogether. Gather with other company leaders to discuss insights and strategies for increasing PM's positive impacts on their orgs. 

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Thursday, September 26, 2019 at 6:30 PM

New York, NY

Confirmed guests

Michael Affronti
Giff Constable
Chetan Gandhi
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Efficient and Effective: Creating a Team Optimized for Product Delivery

Chris Clark

Chris Clark, CTO and Co-founder of Grove Collective, hosts a night of good, drink, and even better conversation around creating technology organizations that deliver effectively and efficiently.


It's a classic Apple vs. Google approach: take time to create a perfect product or deliver a good product and then test and iterate. Both wildly successful companies with wildly different approaches to shipping products. Join engineering and tech executives to discuss the interplays of speed and quality, iteration and big launches, and effectiveness and efficiency.

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Thursday, September 26, 2019 at 6:30 PM

San Francisco, CA

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Gopal Erinjippurath
Jonas Edgeworth
Churni Bhattacharya

The World's Got Talent: Creating a Robust Talent Recruitment Network in a Global Economy

Debbie Kemp

Debbie Kemp, Chief Talent Officer at Mediacom, host an exclusive dinner for talent and HR executives to discuss searching far and wide for the right talent, barriers not included. 


In the global economy the pool for talent is limitless. However, finding the right talent requires the same tactics, strategy, and work, if not even more. It just means that HR executives have to be smarter about how they source their talent pipeline. Discuss your approach to finding talent in the global economy with like-minded professionals. 



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Wednesday, October 23, 2019 at 6:30 PM

New York, NY

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