Apr
05
18:00

Scrum: How to Manage Products using an Agile Framework

Workshop
Hebrew Session
Nick Pittoni
Product Manager @ IQVIA (ex-Microsoft, eBay)
A product manager with 10 years experience in tech, of which 7 in large companies (Microsoft, eBay) and 3+ in pre IPO unicorns (Babylon Health, Mercari), Nick has successfully launched and evolved apps and features within mature environments and startups, and has experience in building products end to end. After scaling Babylon Health's consumer apps, he has joined another health tech company, IQVIA, building machine learning powered analytics SaaS, used to identify the right treatments for the right patients, at the right time
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Nick Pittoni
* This Jolt relies on prior experience with Lean Startup methodologies. If you have less experience, we recommend that you first take the 'Lean Startup: How to Build & Launch a New Product' Jolt. * In this Jolt, you'll learn the SCRUM framework for planning and building products: - The Agile principles behind Scrum - Required roles - Developing Product Backlog using User Stories - Running Sprints efficiently - Sprints review Why learn Scrum? *** Scrum is the most popular Agile framework for software development, making it almost a must-have knowledge for product managers, developers, designers, QA engineers, and every participant in the product development cycle. Entrepreneurs, executives, and SBM owners can also benefit from understanding the agile advantages and the potential for their business.

Questions this talk answers:

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How Do You Create Product Backlog?

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How Do You Plan And Lead Sprints?

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How Do You Track Progress When Using Scrum?

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Nick Pittoni

Product Manager @ IQVIA (ex-Microsoft, eBay)

About
Nick
A product manager with 10 years experience in tech, of which 7 in large companies (Microsoft, eBay) and 3+ in pre IPO unicorns (Babylon Health, Mercari), Nick has successfully launched and evolved apps and features within mature environments and startups, and has experience in building products end to end. After scaling Babylon Health's consumer apps, he has joined another health tech company, IQVIA, building machine learning powered analytics SaaS, used to identify the right treatments for the right patients, at the right time

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