Demystify AI in Product Management Workshop
Nov 2nd, 4:00 pm PST
Go from confusion to clarity.
Learn core AI concepts, uncover hidden opportunities, build impactful strategies, and get hands-on tools and frameworks to start your AI journey in product management.
Principal Product Manager, T-Mobile
(Fmr Nike, Walt Disney)
This is an interactive 90 min workshop to help you go from confusion to clarity.
Here is what you will learn:
Master AI concepts that a PM can leverage in their day-to-day job to drive impact faster.
Identify when AI/ML can be applied to solve customer problems.
Craft an AI product strategy that executives can’t resist.
Learn to apply the most important frameworks and tools you should keep in mind.
Get answers to your burning questions.
Who is this workshop for?
Current Product Managers with 3-7 years of experience who want to learn how to get started in AI Product Management.
Aspiring Product Managers with atleast 3-7 years of experience working in the tech industry.
Meet your instructors
Principal Product Manager, T-Mobile (Fmr Nike, Walt Disney)
Shaili Guru is a seasoned product leader currently at InLab - T-Mobile. Leveraging her robust AI/ML product innovation experience, she steers the definition and alignment of the GenAI Innovation Roadmap. Her role also encompasses the development of GenAI Proof of Concepts and assistance in commercializing the Prototypes developed by the InLab team.
Before joining T-Mobile, Shaili made significant contributions as a Lead Product Manager at Nike and Walt Disney in AI space.
Founder PMDojo (Fmr Atlassian, HSBC)
Bosky is the Founder of PMDojo, a learning platform that has helped hundreds of people transition into or advance their careers in product management and UX with an impressive 95% success rate.
She has over 2 decades of experience leading teams and building products in companies such as HSBC and Atlassian and several startups. Bosky coaches PMs and Designers at all levels from Uber, Meta, and LinkedIn to help them elevate their careers.
She is also a mom and draw inspiration from my daily conversations with my son and strive to make the tech industry a more welcoming and inclusive place for everyone.