Making the (Internal) Case for New Products and Experiments

Presented at ONA18
September 12, 2018
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You’ve been contemplating that secret idea — a good one that will change everything. But will anyone at your organization take you seriously? Making a successful pitch to internal stakeholders requires a specific set of techniques, skills and awareness of sensitivities, and we’ll help you make sure you’re prepared!

This session is designed for:

  • Anyone incubating a product or experiment idea
  • Newsrooms looking to create an open dialogue on new ideas with their talented reporters
  • Prospective pitchers interested in understanding how to pitch internally

Speakers

Emily Withrow
Director, Quartz Bot Studio, Quartz
Rodney Gibbs
Chief Product Officer, The Atlanta Journal-Constitution
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