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How Devs And Product Managers Can Work Well Together

May 24th, 2022 - 9AM PT / 12PM ET / 6PM CEST

Both developers and product managers want the same thing: to build better products. But having the same goal doesn't guarantee a smooth collaboration. In fact, it takes a lot of time and efforts for the two parties to align and be on the same page.

How Devs And Product Managers Can Work Well Together

Join our roundtable with Shortcut to discuss:

  • The most common issues in the PM-Dev relationship
  • How becoming outcome-focused can help both
  • Tips to align better and become more agile

Meet our speakers

Kent writes about and practices software product management. Kent practices his craft with a variety of product teams and provides resources for product people at and Product Collective. When not writing or product managing, Kent is his family’s #ubersherpa, listens to jazz and podcasts, and collects national parks.
Kent J McDonald

Kent J McDonald

Product Manager & Writer at
Sarah Binion

Sarah Binion

Engineering Manager at Shortcut
Sarah is a leader in technology with 15+ years of experience in development and design with experience communicating and breaking down complex ideas, identifying quick and long term solutions, and facilitating collaboration. Sarah has lead a variety of projects and teams - on a large corporate scales as well as at agile startups.
Malte is not only the co-founder, CEO and CPO of airfocus, but also a product manager and entrepreneur with deep product management knowledge and a strong track record of developing SaaS and mobile tech. Malte brings his high energy and enthusiasm where ever he goes.
Malte Scholz

Malte Scholz

Co-Founder, CEO & CPO of airfocus

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