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ProductTank Hamburg - July 2017: Booking.com & OTTO.de

Do, 20.07.2017, 18:30 (CEST)
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Do, 20.07.2017, 22:00 (CEST)
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Join us! Diogo Teles & Willem Isbrucker will show how Booking.com takes products from idea to scale. OTTO's Stephan Kraus & Peter Wolter will share 5 disciplines of organizational learning.
Please note that we will make more seats available on 20th June noon. If the first bunch of seats are booked already, please respond with "maybe" and we will notify you when more seats are available.

FROM IDEA TO SCALE
Both new product development and product optimization operate on the basis of testing hypotheses and validating ideas. However, the nature of these two distinct lifecycle moments of a product differ in the previous learnings they’re built upon, their user bases, as well as the toolsets available to the product teams. This talk examines these differences and discusses how new product development is approached at Booking.com, and how new products are then optimized at scale.

Willem Isbrucker
A Senior Product Owner at Booking.com, Willem oversees the development and optimization of all Search products at the company. Willem has spent the last 8 years leading product teams for companies like Microsoft and Walmart and has 1000+ A/B tests under his belt. 

Diogo Teles
Currently working on new products for booking.com, and founding member of DarkMatter Collective, Diogo's a product guy with a tech and design background. After having worked at Blip.pt as a developer, he went through the experience of creating his own product startup, Mobitto, and then moved on to work as Head of Product at Faber Ventures - after which he bid farwell to the startup life (for now). He's presently interested in machine learning, stackless networks, blockchain and the work of artist Bart van der Leck.

THE FIVE DISCIPLINES OF THE LEARNING ORGANIZATION IN THE PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT OF OTTO.DE
Agile methods and processes allow distributed development of otto.de in autonomous teams. We place the responsibility of our teams at the forefront. But the strategic orientation of our product development, unfortunately, lies in the background. The medium and long term strategic orientation of a platform can only be achieved through a broad and shared knowledge base within the entire organization. This can only arise in a learning organization. Based on practical examples, we show our experiences in building and growing a learning organization.

Stephan Kraus
Stephan Kraus has more than 15 years of experience in building and operating large-scale distributed web-applications and e-commerce platforms such as tchibo.de and otto.de. He is Head of Technical Product Development Product & Search at OTTO (GmbH & Co KG). Since 2008 he is devoted to agile software development and Scrum. He is co-initiator and organizer of the #InnoVersity and InnoDays, an internal innovation conference and event format.

Peter Wolter
Based on my experience in building distributed integration platforms for Deutsche Bank, I started in 1998 to take over technical project responsibility for building and launching various international financial portals such as http://www.maxblue.de. Moving to Tchibo GmbH, my focus changed to IT-Sourcing and IT-Operations and later to supply chain optimization. Since 2009 I am responsible for the technical e-commerce platform of OTTO (GmbH & Co KG).


This event is kindly supported by XING - many thanks!!



Please note that we will make more seats available on 20th June noon. If the first bunch of seats are booked already, please respond with "maybe" and we will notify you when more seats are available.

FROM IDEA TO SCALE
Both new product development and product optimization operate on the basis of testing hypotheses and validating ideas. However, the nature of these two distinct lifecycle moments of a product differ in the previous learnings they’re built upon, their user bases, as well as the toolsets available to the product teams. This talk examines these differences and discusses how new product development is approached at Booking.com, and how new products are then optimized at scale.

Willem Isbrucker
A Senior Product Owner at Booking.com, Willem oversees the development and optimization of all Search products at the company. Willem has spent the last 8 years leading product teams for companies like Microsoft and Walmart and has 1000+ A/B tests under his belt. 

Diogo Teles
Currently working on new products for booking.com, and founding member of DarkMatter Collective, Diogo's a product guy with a tech and design background. After having worked at Blip.pt as a developer, he went through the experience of creating his own product startup, Mobitto, and then moved on to work as Head of Product at Faber Ventures - after which he bid farwell to the startup life (for now). He's presently interested in machine learning, stackless networks, blockchain and the work of artist Bart van der Leck.

THE FIVE DISCIPLINES OF THE LEARNING ORGANIZATION IN THE PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT OF OTTO.DE
Agile methods and processes allow distributed development of otto.de in autonomous teams. We place the responsibility of our teams at the forefront. But the strategic orientation of our product development, unfortunately, lies in the background. The medium and long term strategic orientation of a platform can only be achieved through a broad and shared knowledge base within the entire organization. This can only arise in a learning organization. Based on practical examples, we show our experiences in building and growing a learning organization.

Stephan Kraus
Stephan Kraus has more than 15 years of experience in building and operating large-scale distributed web-applications and e-commerce platforms such as tchibo.de and otto.de. He is Head of Technical Product Development Product & Search at OTTO (GmbH & Co KG). Since 2008 he is devoted to agile software development and Scrum. He is co-initiator and organizer of the #InnoVersity and InnoDays, an internal innovation conference and event format.

Peter Wolter
Based on my experience in building distributed integration platforms for Deutsche Bank, I started in 1998 to take over technical project responsibility for building and launching various international financial portals such as http://www.maxblue.de. Moving to Tchibo GmbH, my focus changed to IT-Sourcing and IT-Operations and later to supply chain optimization. Since 2009 I am responsible for the technical e-commerce platform of OTTO (GmbH & Co KG).


This event is kindly supported by XING - many thanks!!



Programm

18:30 - Arrive & have a drink
19:00 - Talk 1 & QnA
19:45 - Talk 2 & QnA
20:30 - Chat and have another drink. Or two.

We have yet to decide which talk is 1 and 2 :O)

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