Schedule

Below was the schedule for ProductCamp St. Louis 2019 (March 9, 2019). The specific Session Topics were selected by attendees the morning-of ProductCamp St. Louis; go to the Session Topics page to see all of the sessions that were proposed.

8:00am Doors open; plan on arriving at 8am to give you time to park, check in, vote for sessions, and get coffee.
8:20am Voting ends
8:25-8:45am Opening session — ground rules, sponsor introductions, unveiling of agenda
8:45-9:00am Break (15 minutes)
9:00-9:45am 1st Session
Room 253: Session ID32: The Heart of the Matter: Really Knowing Your Customer [Brian Posnanski and Ron Strawbridge.]
Room 232 : Session ID31: UX in the Agile Workflow: Tips and Tricks [Julie Harpring.]
Room 234 : Session ID26: Win/Loss Analysis: Insight into the Minds of B2B Customers/Prospects [Shelly Azar.]
Room 236 : Session ID4: Riding the No-Code Revolution [Ben Haefele.]
Room 238 : Session ID7: Perfect Your Pitch – Increasing Sales with better Messaging [Dan Glasscock.]
9:45-10:00am Break (15 minutes)
10:00-10:45am Room 253 : Session ID33: Understanding The Early Stages Of The Product Development Process And Avoiding Common Pitfalls [Tim Corbet.]
Room 232 : Session ID37: Product in the Plex: What I Learned as a Google Product Manager [Jonathan Mesh.]
Room 234 : Session ID15: Do I work in a feature factory? [Alex Basa.]
Room 236 : Session ID21: Open Innovation – Why, When, and How to Practice It [Dan Reus.]
Room 238 : Session ID36: Building Success with a fully remote dev team. [Katie McAninch.]
10:45-11:00am Break (15 minutes)
11:00-11:45am Room 253 : Session ID13: Best Practices for Product Roadmaps [Jeff Lash.]
Room 232 : Session ID17: Is Your Small Business Ready for Big Retail? [Angie Echele.]
Room 234 : Session ID5: BrainStorm like Oracle, Apple and Google [Daniel Glasscock.]
Room 236 : Session ID29: All Over the Map: Lessons Learned from a Decade of Customer Journey Mapping [Julie Harpring.]
Room 238 : Session ID10: The Key to Brands Adding Real Value: Empathy Meets Aspiration [Brent Jennings.]
11:45-12:30pm Lunch (free for all participants, courtesy of our sponsors)
12:30-1:15pm Room 253 : Session ID38: Get Out Of Your Own Head & Into Your Customer’s World [Trace Steffen.]
Room 232 : Session ID14: Agile Product Management: Helping Product Managers Triumph in an Agile World [Jeff Lash.]
Room 234 : Session ID3: Confidence and Product Management: An Oxymoron? [Dale Furtwengler.]
Room 236 : Session ID20: Get a Competitive Edge! [Shelly Azar.]
Room 238 : Session ID27: Protecting your Idea (Patent, Copyright, and Trademark) [Brett Schenck.]
1:15-1:30pm Break (15 minutes)
1:30-2:15pm Room 253: Session ID8: Your Product from Concept to Production [David Wojcicki.]
Room 232 : Session ID35: Position Your Business for Success [Dennis Donahue.]
Room 234 : Session ID25: Competitive Analysis: How to make investors and strategic partners believe in what you tell them [Stephen Von Rump.]
Room 236 : Session ID16: How to create a product owner/manager training program? [Alex Basa.]
Room 238 : Session ID19: The UX Mindset [Jon Robinson.]
2:15pm ProductCamp St. Louis 2019 concludes