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In this presentation we have the essence of the term “Innovation” and how it important and relevant it is the Product Management Function in an organisation. Wouldn’t it be great if there was a sure-fire formula for pricing that is guaranteed to increase sales and profits? This whitepaper helps by providing Product Managers with a pricing framework aimed at delivering results in the market. I (Nick Coster) am very excited to be talking next week on the Global Product Management Talk about a topic that I have been thinking about and working on for quite some time. Strategy is a term that is often bandied about by many without a crystal clear understanding or definition of what it actually means. Dr. Sarah Colley from Pockets of Brilliance provides Product Managers a simple and effective way of structuring verbal and written communications. Its no secret that Product Managers shoulder a large part of the responsibility for delivering products to market. We’ve been preaching Product Management to a much wider audience recently. Last Saturday (9.3.2013) we rocked on up to a class of 60 MBA students at the Australian Graduate School of Management. The Marketing Coordinator at Brainmates works in: • A Small, Dynamic, Engaged Team • Sydney • A Part-Time, Autonomous Role Brainmates is a boutique Sydney Product Management consulting and training agency that helps organisations reform and transform its products, product people and processes. Natalie Yan-Chatonsky, Head of Consulting Practice at Brainmates, has a great interest in fleshing out the emotional needs of the market in the Ideation stage of product development. This is a guest post from Kimberley Chan from One Desk. Kimberley Chan is a Writer and Marketing Specialist at OneDesk Inc. A few months ago Michael Bromley (former Head of Customer Experience, Portals and Online Services, Integration and B2B at NBN co) spoke at one of our Executive Breakfast events. The concept of developing a Product Management Institute was initiated over a jolly Brainmates Christmas lunch at the Ivy a couple of years ago. I am back from a roaring 7 week adventure across the USA from LA to Chicago on a good, old fashion train, with stops at Carslbad, Anaheim (yes Disneyland) and Santa Fe. Both Nick and I (Adrienne) were fortunate to catch up with Greg Gracie from Actuation Consulting in Chicago in December 2012. We invited Co-founder of Product Anonymous and enthusiastic Product Manager, Liz Blink to be our roving reporter at our end of year event, Product Bash.