Global Product Management Talk On How Product Management Can Break or Make Your Company
David Fradin, President, Digital Enterprises, Discusses Product Management Factors That Produce Substantially More Successful Products
David Fradin, President, Digital Enterprises, will speak at the weekly Global Product Management Talk on Monday, August 27, 2012 at the simultaneous times of 4:00 PM Pacific Time, 6 PM CST Chicago, and Tuesday, Aug 28 at 9 AM in Sydney, Australia. Participants are welcome to listen live at http://www.blogtalkradio.com/
David says, "The Global Product Management Talk is a great vehicle for discussing the product management foundations (process, people and information)
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About David Fradin
David Fradin, has over 30 years of product management, product marketing management and senior management experience. Over the years, he has been responsible for 70+ products representing over $250M in revenue (actually dollars).
He is currently writing a book entitled: Building Insanely Great Products through Optimal Product Management: How Product Management Can Break or Make your Company.
His domain expertise covers enterprise, consumer technology products and services, mobile advertising, cell phone games, , SaaS, eCommerce, Internet, software, hardware and video markets. He has brought to market a number of industry firsts including the first or some of the first:
· Hard disk drive for a personal computer (Apple)
· Electronic manufacturing documentation revision, control and shop floor delivery system
· Desktop video editing system (AVID)
· Computer and web based training (Agilent, DBM, HP, Symantec, Ross Dress for Less Unisys)
· Web based employee satisfaction surveys: Cisco, Oracle, Applied Materials
· Cell phone advertising (MauiGames)
As the former Associate Director of Personal Computer Industry Service at Dataquest, one of his core competencies is primary and secondary market research.
Some of his most recent clients have been Cisco, Cognizant, Diebold, GameStop, Infosys, Kaiser, Pitney Bowes, the Country of Singapore and You Send It.
Frequently mentors VPs and Directors of Product Management on industry best practices for product life cycle process, people and information.
Email: davidfradin at digitalenterprises.com
About Global Product Management Talk
The Global Product Management Talk is curated by Cindy F. Solomon, CPM, CPMM for passionate product professionals and business owners who want to teach, learn & network about what it takes to produce successful products in an open digital environment inviting live participation. Everyone is invited including Agile practitioners, User Experience, Designers, Content and Community Managers, Product Marketing, Brand Management, Program Managers and Project Managers, Customer Service and Support, Social Media, Strategists and Innovation Management, CEOs, Founders, and all those involved with developing, designing & launching products, innovation and startups through out the entire product lifecycle process to guarantee successful products and companies.
Global Product Management Talk is a weekly mini-product camp Socratic discussion of pre-posted questions with live audio of thought leader and co-hosts commenting designed to bring Product Talks to product professionals wherever they are.
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