Early stage startups typically don’t have dedicated product managers / product owners.  But once they get to 30 people or have a few big-revenue customers, lack of product management can be disastrous.  Startup veteran Rich Mironov talks about typical symptoms for growing startups, what product managers/owners really do, and why they are important for scaling products up.

 

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Speaker: Rich Mironov

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Rich Mironov is a seasoned tech executive and serial entrepreneur: the product guy at six start-ups including as CEO and VP Products/Marketing. His technical roots are in B2B infrastructure and SaaS, with several "parachute jumps" into Valley software companies as Interim VP Products. Rich has been relentlessly blogging, speaking, teaching and mentoring on software products for more than a decade.

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