Whether or not you actually are a project or product manager, you still have a sense of ownership over the things you create.
And so, when things start to spin out of control — design comps are late, what should have been a trivial line of code turns into a 2,000 line class, or worse, the rest of the team loses interest — it can be disheartening that there isn’t some magical cure-all that will get your project back on track.
Both are joining forces for their session “Product Ownership: It’s About Owning and Shipping,” at WebVisions Barcelona. If you are a product manager, project manager, or anyone who contributes to projects, you’ll be happy to hear their years of experience in product ownership. Everybody working on websites or apps big or small is a product owner on his own and will take away learnings for his day to day work.
So, who are these bold fellows and why should you trust them?
Michiel manages a team of project leads overseeing concept, design, usability and quality assurance at Viacom in Berlin. He’s been a project manager and front-end developer on projects of all sizes. He’s even got a degree in leadership and digital communication.
Konrad works at Viacom with Michiel as an interactive product manager. He’s into clear user experiences and pragmatic solutions, and he regularly gets to work with experts in various digital playing fields as he oversees the lifespan of websites and apps, and improving services, communication and workflow.
Trust us, they’re the real deal.
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