Advance your skills
Join other product managers new to product.
Are you an APM, Junior PM, or a Product Manager with 2-years or less PM experience? Join the ProductBC APM Roundtable for people new to PM to advance your product skills.
We know breaking into product can be tough – so congratulations on breaking that barrier. Now the hard stuff begins with actually trying to utilize product management best practices and drive real value for your customers. This will be a chance to share your challenges ramping up as a PM and to share learnings and brainstorm solutions.
Would you like to bounce ideas off with others in a similar capacity as you? Would you like to be part of an amazing group of people to grow your product skills and companies together?
If so, then this APM roundtable is for you!
HOW TO APPLY
Please use the application form below. You will be asked a series of questions related to you, your company, and your role.
In order to join, applicants should be a PM with less than 2-years experience and is responsible for some of the following:
- Product Development
- Product Strategy & Roadmap
- Developing requirements and user stories
- Business Development
- Marketing and Communications
- Responsible for profit and loss or customer impact
- A paid member of ProductBC
- In addition, we expect you to commit the time to meet at once a month.
What if I do not meet some of the criteria?
We are looking for people who are actively PMing. We are open to people with even more experience that 2-years to join the roundtable and have some flexibility as long as we can maintain the quality of the roundtable. If you have any questions, please email email@example.com and let him know what you’re looking to gain from the Roundtable.
What if I am a Technical Product Manager or Product Owner?
If you are working on strategical items as listed in the experience section and your role is a combination of PM & PO then we suggest you apply. If you are a TPM or PO who is mostly tactical and writing user stories, we may have a roundtable for that in the future.
What types of roundtables do we offer?