PO Group – Nov: Product Mindset and the Opportunity Tree

Hey team – based on our votes we updated the topic for Wednesday’s meetup to be Product Mindset and the Opportunity Tree

The Tampa Bay Product Owner Group is an established community of practice that helps Product leaders network and grow. We are a Scrum Alliance user group and partially funded by Agile Alliance.
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Learn the difference between reacting and responding through an introspective journey in self-awareness

Explore the journey from ‘Are we doing it right?’ to ‘Are we doing the right thing?’ Product management is a comparatively young profession that is still evolving; new leadership and product success stories emerge weekly. We’ll discuss what a Product Mindset is, how a growth mindset helps you succeed as a product professional, and some actionable items you can take to supercharge your internal Product engine.

Julee Everett is a consultant, author and speaker who helps organizations adopt agile thinking and innovative practices. She specializes in Product, Innovation, Design Thinking, and business agility. Julee is a thought leader who is active in the Product, Agile and PMP communities. She is the founder of the Tampa Bay Product Owner group, organizer of ProductCamp Gulf Coast, the 2017 Tampa Bay Agile Coach of the Year, and honored to be named in the Lean in Agile 100 Women of 2019. Julee is a frequent publisher on LinkedIn and Scrum.org. She holds several certifications in Scrum, Project Management and Change Management, including Professional Scrum Trainer.

Sponsoring is a great way to connect with leadership and practitioners and get to know the talent in our community. We can’t hold these events without our valuable sponsors. Read on to learn about this evening’s sponsors!

Eats and Location Sponsor:
KForce is a regular, active, and generous sponsor of our Agile Community. Kforce is an award-winning professional staffing firm that provides strategic partnership in the areas of Technology and Finance & Accounting services. Their name stands for KnowledgeForce®, which describes the experience they’ve gained since 1962, the 36,000 highly-skilled professionals they engage annually, and their customer-centric Kforce Knowledge Staffing ProcessSM which allows for high-touch relationship-driven results. Forbes has consecutively named them as one of the top 5 search firms across the U.S! Learn more at: https://www.kforce.com/

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