The Agile Product Management Initiative’s vision is to be the leading forum for learning, sharing, and promoting the application of Agile principles and practices to product management so we can make better products in better ways. We energize, enlighten, and exemplify the co-creative and collaborative core of Agile principles through the way we gather.
Our mission is to deliver volunteer-led events such as meetups and conferences that are fueled by the participants themselves. We use tested and experimental techniques which allow the community to set the agenda, exchange as peers, build our network, engage in deep peer-to-peer-learning, and expand our knowledge and skills. In so doing, we elevate our capacity to deliver product that please our customers, satisfy our sponsors, build collaborative product communities, and change the world through great products that matter.

In 2019 we will:

  • Continue Agile Product Open Conference globally with a full day events in Boston and South Africa
  • Run the 4rd annual Agile Product Open in Boston
  • Continue to grow the Boston MeetUp community and to offer  periodic APO MeetUp events in Boston
  • Continue to offer periodic APO MeetUp events in Boston
  • Establish a framework to replicate Agile Product Open communities in other locations e.g. Europe
  • Seek to build sister groups in the US, Europe, Asia

Exploring Agile Product Leadership at Agile Product Open Boston

by Tony DiBiase

Event Output

Using Retrospectives for Better Product Outcomes (Virtual): World Retro Day 2020

Thursday, Mar 26, 2020, 12:00 PM

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Join Agile Product Open Boston (APO) on Thursday, March 26th from 12:00 (noon) – 1:00 pm for an interactive online event using retrospective activities to reflect and learn how we can optimize retrospectives to improve product outcomes. Register here:

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