Montreal, Quebec (PRWEB) April 24, 2007
FeaturePlan, requirements management software for software product management, and co-sponsor of the community blog The Product Management View, today announced the next in their series of weekly webinars entitled "Startup Product Management" on April 25, 2007.
Guest speaker Adam Bullied, Product Manager, MusicIP, will examine how to use lightweight product models to build product plans on the fly, that are flexible enough to adapt to a fast-changing startup environment. He will also address milestone-based release cycles designed to get products out the door quickly, while still leaving enough room to ensure quality and effective communication. In addition, he will look into the importance of empowering startup product managers so they can build teams and buck the trend of needing to execute, but not having direct reports.
More details on the content of the presentation can be found at http://www.featureplan.com/community/2006/07/product_and_program_criss_cros.asp
"Adam has a through-and-through knowledge of the challenges startups deal with because he's experienced it himself," says Russell Foy, VP Marketing and Sales of FeaturePlan, co-sponsor of The Product Management View. "For me, his success in the startup space makes him someone I want to listen to."
Adam Bullied is the Product Manager for MusicIP, a leader of the rapidly growing digital music identification and discovery space. With almost ten years in the technology industry, Adam was programming professionally before he was out of high school, founding Solution Wave, a full service web solution provider, in 2000. When the opportunity came up to take the lead as Product Manager with Truition, an emerging Canadian e-commerce solution provider, Adam made the decision to put his entrepreneurship experience and skills to work in a startup. In addition to overseeing the diverse MusicIP product line and growing the product management organization within MusicIP, Adam actively maintains his popular product management blog, Write That Down (http://www.writethatdown.com).
Visit https://www.gotomeeting.com/register/543787524 to register for this Webinar.
The Product Management View Webinars are broadcast every Wednesday at 12:00 noon EDT (-5 GMT). There is no charge to attend.
For more information on upcoming Webinars, visit The Product Management View at http://www.featureplan.com/community/index.asp.
About FeaturePlan and Ryma Technology Solutions
Ryma Technology Solutions delivers requirements management solutions for the software product management community through its flagship product, FeaturePlan™. FeaturePlan is based on the industry-standard product management framework from Pragmatic Marketing® and uses a best practices approach to collect and organize market inputs for product management and strategic innovation. FeaturePlan is used worldwide by leading organizations such as Reuters, Autodesk and Trend Micro to gather and analyze market requirements, instantly generate fact-based documents and roadmaps, and support strategic business-critical decisions throughout the enterprise. For more information, please visit http://www.featureplan.com.
About The Product Management View
The Product Management View blog and Webinar Series is run by a community of product managers driven by the belief that there is a better way to build a world-class product management organization. It is sponsored by FeaturePlan (http://www.featureplan.com), Pragmatic Marketing® (http://www.pragmaticmarketing.com), the Software Marketing Perspectives Conference (http://www.smpevent.com), and GoToWebinar (http://www.gotowebinar.com). The blog has a variety of contributors from various industries and backgrounds, representing several product management associations and organizations. In it, the contributors write about software product management topics, news and issues relevant to the industry. The Product Management View keeps a schedule archived and upcoming product management seminars available at no charge, given by industry leaders on product management and marketing topics.