In December, the Association of Product Professionals will hold the follow-up Global Member Event to report back on the work we did together in the inaugural meeting and discuss the first Product Councils. Check the timetable below.
In UTC time, the follow-up Global Member Event will be held on Wednesday, 8 December 2021 at 21:30 UTC.
In some key local timezones, this global meeting is:
SYDNEY: Thursday, 9 December 2021 at 08:30 – 9:30 am AEDT
NEW YORK: Wednesday, 8 December 2021 at 4:30 – 5:30 pm EST
LONDON: Wednesday, 8 December 2021 at 9:30 – 10:30 pm GMT
This is not a “meetup”. It is a members-only event. This is your opportunity, as an APP member, to have a voice and contribute to the future of product management.
Items on our meeting agenda are:
Report back the synthesis of the work we did together at the innagural Global Members Event;
Establish the first Product Councils to focus on solving those problems.
Decide which members would like to participate in those Product Councils.
Discuss the 2022 Agenda for the Association of Product Professionals.
We look forward to bringing our community together for this meeting. We want to hear your voice.
All members will receive an invitation email with a link to register to attend the meeting.
NOT A MEMBER YET?
You can join the Association of Product Professionals at productprofessionals.com – click on the Join Us button.
Want to know more? You can watch the video “What is the Association of Product Professionals?”.
You can read more about the Board of APP here.
For those who need more convincing to join: we need all voices of product people to help us propel product management. We do not want to, nor can we, do this alone.
We encourage people who are uncertain that an Association can represent all product people, people with cynicism about our mission or concerns that an Association might become elitist, and people ambivalent about the need for alignment to share your concerns. By joining you get a voice that can help ensure the Association becomes what it is intended to be, and, not something else.
If we agree on the problem, let’s find the answers together on how to best solve it.
It will take all of us, banding together, to ALIGN, PROMOTE, ASSESS, ADVOCATE, and UPLIFT the product profession.