Product Camp Silicon Valley 2018 is happening Saturday, March 31st, 2018 at Santa Clara University's Leavey School of Business.
Product Camp is a unique opportunity to learn from, share with, and network with professionals involved in Product Management, Marketing, Entrepreneurship, and Development from around the world. Unlike traditional conference formats, Product Camp is an "unconference" where participants choose the topics that will be presented. This format also promotes face-to-face interaction and extends Silicon Valley's PM social network.
Keynote Speaker: Michael Eckhardt, Chasm Institute
Our keynote speaker this year will be Michael Eckhardt, the Managing Director at Chasm Institute. You might know Michael and the Chasm Institute from their work on the best-selling “Crossing the Chasm” series of books (over 3,000,000 sold worldwide). For this keynote, Michael will be discussing “3 Key Questions for Product Teams to answer -- before you can accelerate & scale revenue growth in 2018+".
Michael is a veteran of PwC, Harbridge Consulting, HP, and Pepsico, and specializes in accelerating target market results and scaling profitable growth in new tech categories. He's spent the past 15+ years helping over 500 tech-based businesses in Silicon Valley and worldwide define their market strategy and establish winning positions in key markets. Michael has worked with an array of start-ups and larger growth companies, including Adobe, Spotify, NetApp, Intel, Google, Autodesk, SAP, Logitech, WorkSpan, Samsung, Dell, Nest, and many more.
Do you have a session that you (or a group of you) would like to present? We’re opening up session proposal in advance of the event for the morning sessions. C’mon—tell us something we don’t know! While the period to propose sessions in advance has closed, you can still propose a session at the event itself.
Looking for Resume or Interview Help?
Whether you’re actively looking for a job or simply “sharpening the saw”, everyone can benefit from an independent assessment of their resume and interview skills. Sign up to be paired with one of your peers to cast a constructive eye over each others’ resumes, and practice interviewing / being interviewed.
You decide the topics.
Lead the discussion or facilitate the panel you've always wanted. Vote for the talks you want to hear.
Attend the sessions you want.
Go to the talks that interest you. Not learning anything? Find another session or mingle in the hall.