The St. Louis Product Management Group exists to promote the practice of product management within the St. Louis community; to help product managers and others involved in product development to grow their knowledge and skills; to share experiences and best practices; to help those interested in product management to improve their effectiveness, and to assist those interested in becoming a product manager.
Product managers, product development professionals, and anyone interested in product management is encouraged to attend. Meetings are free and open to all (unless occasionally noted otherwise).
We also help put on the annual ProductCamp St. Louis unconference.
We are a grassroots organization, not officially affiliated with any professional associations, educational institutions, or non- or for-profit groups. Mostly, it’s the work of Jeff Lash, with help from a few others. If you’re interested in helping, contact Jeff because he would love any help you’re willing to give.
Why should you attend our meetings?
- Because you want to learn how to be a better product manager
- Because you want to meet other people who are in your same position and experiencing your same challenges
- Because it’s a great way to talk shop and make connections