Product Evangelist, Amplitude
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We have partnered with Product Virtual Forum to create a condensed virtual version of their annual Product World Forum. It was a great virtual event where leading product management and development executives provided tactical insights on the innovative initiatives implemented at the world’s most successful organisations. Each speaker shared their incredible story, and the audience walks away with actionable tactics and strategies they can implement into their own projects the same day.
Amplitude's Product Evangelist John Cutler hosted a keynote session on 'The Data-informed Product Loop'.
How do the best product teams use data? They use data to inform strategic decisions, deploy strategy, prioritize where to focus, design experiments, measure impact, and integrate learning. In this session, John Cutler will explore a model we use at Amplitude to help Product Leaders and Product Managers be more effective data-informed decision makers. He'll cover the key product decision types, along with real-world examples. He will conclude with a step by step framework for diagnosing and adressing areas of friction and drag in your product development process.
John Cutler also joined Bhavik Patel (Crap Talks, Hopin) for a fireside chat on 'From Strategy to Experimentation and Beyond'.
As a product manager, it's critical to understand how your customers use your product, Not how you wish they used it. The best way to understand this reality is through data, with a clear strategy and goals. You need to experiment to find out what brings you closer to your goals. Duringn this chat you will learn to simplify your experimentation loops, and how to put the learnings back into the strategy.
Register now, and watch the two recordings on-demand.
Data leaders and architects looking to understand where product analytics (and Amplitude) fit into their data management strategy. And product and growth leaders looking to better understand the role of data and how to avoid roadblocks.
In a study by Harvard Business Review, companies with advanced data strategies are 2x as likely to report more then 30% revenue growth.