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Evidence based decision making workshop NYC Friday, May 12, 2017

Press Release: April 27, 2017

Evidence based decision making workshop is being held Friday, May 12, 2017 from 12:30pm-5pm in New York City, NY, USA - Hosted by Spinnaker

After more than a decade working with the largest companies in the world, we have identified a key problem over and over again. Evidence based decision making sounds easy enough and it is certainly based on lean principles that have become popular in the enterprise. But the essence of this issue is simply asking the right questions at the right time, and making sure that product teams and decision makers are aligned and not at odds. Join us for an extremely efficient half day where we run through several scenarios, field tested to help you and your team bring this type of thinking back inside your org or to improve what you are already doing.

Can't make the workshop? Select the "Free" ticket option for a copy of our most versatile scenario, complete with instructions on how to use it with your team!

Target Audience:
This workshop is designed for individuals and teams wanting to understand and apply Lean Startup and Agile to transform product development and decision-making at scale in their organisations. Typically the roles we see at our workshops include VP/Director Level at Fortune 100 firms, Lean Startup and Agile practitioners, Product managers, and decision makers from Business, Technology, Portfolio, PMO, Finance and Operations.

Workshop agenda:

1) Learn about the Product Marketplace, a theory of data driven investment governance and portfolio management
2) Work through best practices, learnings and artifacts used to successfully set up Investment Boards and train hundreds of product managers and decision makers from our past clients in banking, education, insurance, government and media
3) Dive into best practices gleaned from the leaders of this new Innovation Mindset like GE, Amazon, Intuit, and more.
4) Participate in a minimum of 3 "scenarios" where a product team will ask for money and a decision is made!

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