Webinar: How Can You Leverage Creativity as a PM by Microsoft Product Leader

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Webinar: How Can You Leverage Creativity as a PM by Microsoft Product Leader

April 30 @ 5:00 pm - 5:30 pm EDT

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As a Product Manager, you’re responsible for delivering products and features that both delight customers and move the company closer to its top-line metrics. However, how do you know whether the individual features you ship each sprint or each quarter are successful? We’ve got answers to this and more just for you!

Main takeaways:

* Understanding creativity
* Importance of creativity in Product Management
* Framing the right questions
* Tips to improve creativity

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Meet the Speaker: Uha Durbha

Uha is a Product Leader at Microsoft working on monetization for Microsoft teams. She previously worked as a PM on supply chain insights for Dynamics 365 and as a Program Manager, developing the Xbox Live experiences.

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