Lean Day: West – a conference for innovative product teams

Portland, OR

Beautiful city, beautiful mountain.

I’m thrilled to announce the next event we, at Neo, are putting on this fall. Lean Day: West will take place September 16-17, 2013 in the gorgeous city of Portland, OR.

Building off the momentum of Lean Day: UX, held back on March 1st, 2013 in NYC, this event is expanded to 2 days and will offer workshops and talks about practicing lean startup in the enterprise.

Day 1 of the event will provide workshops that will teach development, research, lean startup and design systems tactics to help large organizations become more agile in their practices. In addition, you’ll learn how to enable your entire product development team — engineering, product management and design — to work more effectively and efficiently together.

Day 2 will have a series of tactical talks on how our presenters evolved their teams and organizations into more nimble practitioners of lean startup.

Details are being released as we finalize them so click or tap on over to Lean Day: West to see what we’ve got locked down and to sign up to be the first to know more.

I’m very much looking forward to seeing you in Portland this fall.

[Jeff]

About Jeff Gothelf

Jeff Gothelf is a lean thinking and design evangelist, spreading the gospel of great team collaboration, product innovation and evidence-based decision making. Jeff is an author, speaker and thought leader on the future of product development and design, often teaching workshops or giving talks on building cultures that support teamwork and innovation. Jeff co-founded Neo Innovation, a lean/agile product firm in NYC. Prior to that, he led the UX design teams at TheLadders and Web Trends. Earlier he worked with and led small teams of software designers at AOL. He is the co-author (with Josh Seiden) of Lean UX: Applying Lean Principles to Improve User Experience and the upcoming (Harvard, 2016) Sense and Respond (sensingbook.com).
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