Wednesday, December 5, 2018: What a Product Manager Does — and How You Could End Up in Jail Doing It, with Lincoln Steffens
Please join us for the December 2018 meeting of the St. Louis Product Management Group, which will feature a presentation by Lincoln SteffensÂ on What a Product Manager Does — and How You Could End Up in Jail Doing It.
Meetings are open to everyoneÂ â€” there isÂ no chargeÂ to attend. However, because of security on the Bayer campus, RSVPs are kindly requested. Please see details, directions, and RSVP information.
About the meeting
Companies struggle with the age old question of what exactly is a product manager and what does a product manager do. Each company is different and each product is different. In this session, Lincoln Steffens will share his experience and research about different ways companies structure product management, including anecdotes from his time spent in prison (doing research into the needs of corrections officers, that is).
About the presenter
Lincoln Steffens has over 15 years of product management experience and large and small companies. He has been a B-to-B product manager of software and services and has even started his own franchise from scratch. His experience includes all facets of product management and product development.
Details, directions and RSVP information
This meeting will be heldÂ K CafÃ© at the Creve Coeur Campus of Bayer (800 N Lindbergh Blvd, Creve Coeur, MO 63141).
K CafÃ© is located in Building F on the Bayer campus. Enter the Bayer campus from the main entrance Olive Blvd, west of Lindbergh and east of Schnucks. After entering the campus, make a left and follow the road around to Building F. Park in either lot F2 or F3 and enter through the F canopyÂ (it is by F dock and is marked on the canopy). Security will be there to check visitors in.
If you are planning on attending, please RSVP to Tracy Young-Stacy ([email protected]) by December 3 so you can be added to the visitor list. If you do not contact her prior to December 3, when you arrive, you will need to bring a valid driver’s license to check in and obtain a visitor badge.
Please refer to this PDF map of the Bayer campus for additional details.
If you have any questions about the location or directions, contact Tracy Young-StacyÂ ([email protected]).