I speak at conferences, meetups, and in-house events to inspire companies and individuals to build better teams and ultimately better products. Specific topics include:
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Tim’s presentation at MTP Engage was one of our top-rated presentations this year. He delivered his talk in a clear way on all levels (slides, presentation, answering questions) and left no doubt about his expertise. For me as a curator Tim was a pleasure to work with. I appreciated that he sought our feedback to early iterations of his talk to make sure the final presentation fit with our audience as well as our curational concept.
Tim is what I call a full-stack speaker, engaging, fun, professional. From the moment we have set his speaking slot to now, several months past the Productized 2017, Tim has become a true conference partner, proving value not only during his delivery but also during the long tail of interactions post-event on medium posts, retweets and visualizations of his often cited talk online.
November 13 - Digitale Leute Summit in Cologne, Germany
September 6 - growth marketing SUMMIT in Frankfurt, Germany
In this talk I gave at MTP Engage 2018 in Hamburg, I share advice on how product people can lever lateral leadership for managing agile teams. Lateral leadership describes the art of efficiently influencing others around you without formal authority.
It is essential for succeeding in the implicit leadership position product managers find themselves in.
It contains pieces from my upcoming book on Lateral Leadership.
This presentation concluding my speaking year 2017. It had the pleasure to elaborate on why product managers need to validate their work before jumping into code at one of Europe's largest conferences for product people: Product Management Festival in Zurich, Switzerland.
I shared my opinion about the huge impact waste-less validation techniques can bring into the product development process and how to handle qualitative and quantitative methods in this context.
By using concrete real-life cases, the goal is to reveal how to check whether the needed outcome of a new product idea is realistic and feasible.
This keynote featured the first iteration of a talk I've developed on why MVPs are falling short when it comes to validation. I explained the (often times unnecessary) cost of building and waiting we get caught in instead of validating assumptions with what we have.
Working Products is an intimate local conference in Hamburg, Germany.