According to Lipka, product managers should be a dedicated position that works actively with marketing to provide comprehensive MRDs (Marketing Requirement Documents) that include the competitive landscape, packaging, go-to-market strategy and research. The Product Manager must determine “What is the real problem we are trying to solve.”
Glen Lipka, Vice President of User Experience, Marketo, will speak at the weekly Global Product Management Talk on Monday, October 1, 2012 at the simultaneous times of 4:30 PM Pacific Time, 6:30 PM CST Chicago, and 7:30 PM EST New York. Participants are welcome to listen live at http://www.blogtalkradio.com/
Glen says, “My view of an ideal structure for the product team is flat so that everyone is working as peers together to collaborate with specific responsibilities. I look forward to sharing my experience as first employee at Marketo with the #ProdMgmtTalk community."
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About Glen Lipka
Glen Lipka is the Vice President of User Experience at Marketo where he was the first non-founder employee that ran product management and UX for several years of the company’s development. Prior to Marketo, Glen was a Senior UI Designer at Intuit, Director of User Experience at Adchemy and started his career running a thirty-person web development company in NYC during the Internet bubble. Glen has been a pioneer in websites and web applications for over 15 years, pushing the envelope in interactivity on public facing websites to Rich Internet Applications (RIA) for businesses. He speaks frequently on all aspects of building great products on the web, including NYU Stern School of Business and Stanford University.
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The Association of International Product Marketing and Management (AIPMM), founded in 1998, promotes worldwide excellence in product management education and provides training, education, certification and professional networking opportunities. With members in 65 countries, the AIPMM is the Worldwide Certifying Body of product team professionals and offers globalized trainings and credentials localized for specific markets designed to meet the challenges of a constantly changing business landscape. As the only professional organization that addresses the entire product lifecycle from inception to obsolescence in any industry, the AIPMM supports strategic partners with offerings in Europe, the Middle East, Australia, and SouthEast Asia, as well as North America.
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