The MIT Product Management Club is pleased to present Ken Norton, Product Partner at Google Ventures! Please join us Wednesday, April 23rd in E51-325 from 5:30pm to 6:30pm. Free pizza will be served if you RSVP.
Ken is a product partner at Google Ventures where he advises startups on product management and also helps organize our workshops. Prior to joining Google Ventures, Ken was a group product manager at Google. In his more than six years as a PM at Google, Ken led product initiatives for Docs, Calendar, Google Mobile Maps, and Google+.
Ken joined Google with the acquisition of JotSpot, where he was vice president of products. Before JotSpot, Ken led product management at Yahoo Search. Back in the day when he was a software engineer, he was one of the first 50 employees of CNET and the founding CTO of Snap (which became NBC Internet).
Ken has written extensively about the craft of product management, is an inventor of more than fifteen patents, and a competitive cyclist. He earned his bachelor’s from Boston University and master’s from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute.
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