Experienced Product Discovery Coach with a demonstrated history of helping teams define their products, customers, outcomes, and hypotheses. Pete has 25+ years of technology solution delivery experience with deep expertise in Product Management, Agile Methodologies, Customer Relationship Management (CRM), Business Process, and Team Building.
For the past five years, Pete has been accountable for driving Enterprise adoption of the Product Model at two Fortune 125 companies (Target & US Bank) including internally facing product teams and partner business teams. He is the co-organizer of ProductTank Twin Cities, and founder of the Agile Transformation Leadership Meetup.
Currently he is responsible for the design and delivery of practical products and consulting services in support of successful Project-to-Product, Agile Transformation, & Business Agility efforts. He believes that Product is the gateway to Business Agility and seeks to create a strong Product Management Community in the Upper Midwest.
Digital transformations are all the rage as companies realize that the old ways of working are no longer viable. But a staggering 70% of digital transformations fail and the failure is not being driven by technology - it's the organizational changes that pose the greatest challenge.
In this panel we will discuss the culture, behaviors and ways of working changes that are required at all levels of an organization.
Distinguishing product objectives from business objectives is crucial in making sure your product delivers for your end users.
- How do you keep your product objectives aligned with ever changing business needs?
- How do you ensure that your product teams don't have their hands tied?
Moderated by Snjezana Momic, join the conversation, share your insights and probe the speakers on the elements of their talks that left you wanting more.
The majority of digital transformations are failing. It's not because people don't understand Scrum but because they are failing to transform their heads and their hearts as they approach new ways of working.
In this session Pete Anderson of U.S Bank will look at some core Product Values and their practical impacts on each of the layers of the Enterprise.