Last year, I had the opportunity to speak at the PDMA International 2008 conference in Orlando, FL. I gave a talk entitled:
“Building a World Class Web 2.0 Product Organization”
While I posted this presentation to Slideshare and on my LinkedIn profile, it turns out I never actually posted it here on this blog.
Christina Wodtke, author of Elegant Hack and a Principal at LinkedIn, gave a talk this week on Product Management and borrowed a few of my slides. As a result of that talk, I saw this blog post, about the definition of a product manager, come through my Google Alerts today.
For those of you who’ve worked with me, it’s a classic “Adam Nash slide“. The tell-tale sign is the use of simple geometric shapes, typically in pastel colors. (I’m not proud of my limited PowerPoint skills. In fact, you could say I’m proud that I don’t have advanced PowerPoint skills.)
Anyway, I’m glad to see that the content was useful/interesting for both Christina and her audience. It was also a great reminder to post the deck here too for anyone who is interested.
BTW The second edition of Christina’s book on information architecture is now available on Amazon. You might want to check it out.
One thought on “PDMA 2008: Building a World Class Web 2.0 Product Organization”
Thanks for sharing this deck.
Did you guys ever look into Basecamp, etc?
Are you running something like Trac for your Wikis?
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