Nobody was prepared for this sudden shift to remote work. As a product manager or leader, you've had to adapt quickly. Suddenly, your team isn't in the same building, your habits need to change and so does your strategy.
How can you stay sane and productive with so much uncertainty? How can you effectively lead and communicate with your remote team?
We're here to help you navigate these turbulent times. Our first virtual event is your chance to discover the tools of the trade of experienced remote PMs. We've designed this event to help you navigate your remote transition – right here, right now. And, to prepare for the future.
Learn how to adapt and transition your product team to remote working.
Learn how your product peers have been adapting to remote work in these turbulent times. Hint: everyone is doing it differently, and that's ok! You'll have a space to vent, reflect and share personal experiences.
Effective remote collaboration goes beyond picking the right tools. It involves fine tuning your own habits, workflows and rituals. You'll learn from experienced remote product managers on what worked for them over the years.
How do you ideate and experiment at a distance? How do you motivate and lead your product team? You'll receive actionable tips from expert remote facilitators.
This is not just another livestream. We've worked hard to create something special, fun and interactive. You'll learn, share and laugh from the comfort of your home.
Discover the tools, skills and habits of experienced remote product leaders.
Share and hear personal experiences on remote work, guided by an expert host.
Connect with your peers the non-awkward way with 1:1 video chats.
The JAM community is home to many experienced product leaders and teams. We wish we could say it was only our persuasion that encouraged them to come together at such short notice. But, in truth, they stepped in eagerly to support their peers (⇒ you!) in embracing the remote transition.
Building great products at a distance is possible. While it's not something you figure out overnight, you can learn from other people's experiences. This event is the perfect place to be open and vulnerable. Share your questions and struggles with those who're already leading the remote transition.