Learning to Manage Your Product Portfolio in the Digital Era On Demand

Best Practices on Managing Complex Products and Portfolios to Deliver Against Strategy

The Digital Era is ushering in an unprecedented acceleration of product complexity that demands companies advance their product portfolio management capabilities. The pressure to deliver innovative, connected products in a competitive market, with picky customers, all while improving time to market and maximizing portfolio value can feel daunting, especially leveraging geographically distributed teams. This webcast will take participants through the dynamics and barriers that product companies face today and how software tooling can help guide product organizations on the journey to digital product development and management.

On Demand Webinar


Location

Your Desk

Duration

1 hour

Speakers

  • Nate Fleming

    Analyst Serving CIOs, Forrester

    Nate Fleming works as an analyst on the CIO team, covering software and services that enable the product development organization. He writes research for business-minded CIOs, CTOs, VPs of product development, and VPs of engineering who are seeking software and services support in an era of democratized product development that requires modern product development methodologies, cross-functional collaboration, as well as data-driven processes and product design. Nate has done extensive research, inquiry, and advisory covering the dynamics of the product lifecycle management (PLM) software market and the software product development services market, rounding out a coverage area that seeks to enable stakeholders bringing both physical and digital products to market.

    Nate’s recent research at Forrester focuses on the democratization of the PLM software space, including a TechRadar™ that covers the range of technology functionalities that comprise the PLM software suite today and over the next five years. His software product development services coverage includes a Forrester Wave™ evaluation that outlines how services partners are helping customers implement customer-facing digital platforms that put software at the center of their brand. These two spaces coalesce in Nate’s research on the convergence of physical and digital product development and what that means for organizations looking to create or integrate with internet-of-things (IoT)-enabled products.

    Prior to becoming an analyst, Nate was a researcher and senior research associate on the application development and delivery (AD&D) and CIO teams. Nate holds a B.A. in history from Ithaca College.

  • Carrie Nauyalis

    Innovation and NPD Solution Evangelist, Planview

    Carrie Nauyalis brings her passion, experience, and thought leadership in the product portfolio management industry to her current role as Executive in Residence at Planview. As an EIR, Carrie is collaborating on market research and sharing best practices with Planview prospects and customers. She is an active speaker, MBA guest lecturer, blogger, and vlogger on all things PPM, with warm places in her heart for State-Gate®, innovation, calculating ROI, and agile. Carrie spent 18 years with Planview in various positions, including global consulting, product management, and as the solution evangelist for innovation and new product development. Prior to Planview, Carrie held multiple systems engineering positions with Emerson Process. She earned her Bachelor’s degree from Truman State. @PDPMprincess

  • Jeff Ellerbee

    Solution Marketing Manager, Planview

    Jeff handles product marketing for Planviews’ Troux product line. Jeff has helped customers be successful with Troux in the US and UK for 14 years.

  • Jeff Ellerbee

    Solution Marketing Manager, Planview

    Jeff handles product marketing for Planviews’ Troux product line. Jeff has helped customers be successful with Troux in the US and UK for 14 years.

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