This post was written by Lydia Henshaw and posted on Medium. Lydia presented this content as a keynote to kickoff ProductCamp Cincinnati 2018. She is Head of Product at Alchemy, a P&G company, and a supporter of all things product in Cincinnati. Alchemy was the presenting sponsor at the 2018 ProductCamp.
This post was written by Eisha Armstrong and shared on her Linkedin page. Eisha is the founder of Vecteris a Product Management consulting firm. She spoke at ProductCamp Cincinnati 2018 about Women in Product and is working to create a chapter here in Cincinnati. Reach out to her on Linkedin if you are interested in learning more.
This post was written by a ProductCamp Volunteer who is a Paycor employee. Paycor has been an amazing support of ProductCamp each of the 4 years. They have graciously provided their office as the ProductCamp venue, sponsorship funding, and most importantly, encouraged their employees to help volunteer. We could not have done it without their help.
I’m stoked for ProductCamp tomorrow. The doors will open at 8am at Paycor (see here for the details I sent yesterday). Below is the 2nd half of the speakers and some great Friday reading as you buy your time until the weekend. Our speakers are diverse, experienced, adventurous, and innovative.
Thank you for being a part of ProductCamp Cincinnati! ProductCamp is an un-conference that relies on your active participation. Get ready to jump-in on Saturday, September 15th, 2018.
From the mind of Jade Kendall — Founder of Ideation Architecture
If we don’t tell our story the way we want it to be heard, it may be heard the way we didn’t tell it.
Our brains have an innate ability to fill in the gaps of incomplete or ambiguous stories. This tendency is especially useful to create mystery, evoke curiosity, and capture emotions, but without purpose these gaps can unintentionally blur our personal and brand stories.
We have a host of amazing sponsors this year who are powering the 2018 Product Camp conference. I’m happy to share them with you and hope that you get to know them if you do not already. As you know, Product Management is growing and continues to do so both nationally and in the Cincinnati area.
We are just a few days away from Product Camp at Paycor on Saturday the 15th. I’m excited to hear from our expert speakers who range from Directors of Product Management at Fortune 500 companies, to company founders, to industry leading consultants. We have a wide range of speakers to choose from, and in true “unconference” format, you will be the ones choosing who actually talks at Product Camp.
Building a Culture of Healthy Questioning – Kevin Mackey, Co-founder and COO, Coterie