Webinar: Building User-Focused Products by YouTube Product Leader
October 1 @ 5:00 pm - 5:30 pm EDT
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As a Product Manager, you will be working day and night in developing the best and most impactful products. However, you must strive to avoid major pitfalls and construct the process that best suits you, but most importantly, your product.
* As PMs or aspiring PMs, we all know that we’re supposed to be user-focused, but the inertia of the day-to-day can pull us away from a user focus. This talk is about building systems to combat that tendency.
* Different types of user feedback shape different parts of the product development process; they should be used in connection with other tools/information (e.g., data, competitive scans)
* Open-ended conversations / relationships
* Pitching the existing product
* Reading/responding to customer feedback and issues
* Concept testing
* Trusted tester groups/alpha testers
* Strategies for building user feedback into your workflow and leveraging it to improve your product launches
*[Come join us on Launch!](https://prdct.school/3PPtdfk) Product School’s exclusive community for Product People to learn, exchange ideas and build better together.*
**Meet the Speaker: James Dillard**
James is a product professional with the ability to orchestrate teams across the entire organization towards a singular goal. Currently, he is a Product Manager at YouTube.
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