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The Heart of the Matter
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The Heart of the Matter

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Creating customer-centric products while using influence, building consensus and collaborating across the enterprise …

Creating customer-centric products while using influence, building consensus and collaborating across the enterprise

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  • 1. The Heart of the MatterCreating customer-centric products while using influence, buildingconsensus and collaborating across the enterpriseCalvin Marshall
  • 2. My Background
  • 3. Your opinion, although interesting, isirrelevant – Steve Johnson, April, 2000
  • 4. Online formPoint APoint BOperationsPricingServiceDeliveryLine HaulEtc…Shipping Label
  • 5. Latin America& CaribbeanPMFeeMgmtSalesCust.SrvcPMOWebDesignMktgCommsOpsLineHaulPricingPMPMCanadaUnited States
  • 6. Parable of the blind men and the elephant
  • 7. So….how do Product Managers workwith these disparate groups when, aspreviously stated, their opinion isirrelevant?
  • 8. HumilityCan’t weall just getalong?FocusOn TheCustomerBringOthersAlongGive UpSomeControlInfluenceWithoutAuthority
  • 9. InfluenceWithoutAuthorityFive Types of Power(Coercive, Reward, Legitimate, Expert, Referent) Features and functionality Customers in the office? Data, please!
  • 10. Reach across the aisle to build consensus Understand to be understood Thanks for the invitation Find the keeper of the knowledgeCan’t weall just getalong?
  • 11. BringOthersAlongCreate opportunities to build partnerships At work in the field Sharing is caring
  • 12. They’re experts, too. Let a player play Seek opinion and input They’re pushing your agendaGive UpSomeControl
  • 13. Know when to hold ‘em Intellectual curiosity Ask for helpHumility
  • 14. Products are created to satisfy customers (or potentialcustomers) existing or latent needs. How does it impact the customer? Functionality, feature richness, overall experience? Reality Check: sometimes, its really a business needFocusOn TheCustomer
  • 15. PMPMPMWhen you’re dealing with this….
  • 16. ……or worse, this…..
  • 17. Your CompetitionYour Team
  • 18. Calvin MarshallLinked In: http://www.linkedin.com/in/calvinmTwitter: co_marshallWebsite: http://www.fourpeasconsulting.com

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