Tami Reiss

Tami Reiss

Focus on your Strengths to Advance toward your goals

Miami, Florida, United States


Tami Reiss is a product strategy leader with almost 20 years of experience helping startups, established enterprise companies, and community profit organizations define their product strategy and set up product organizations for scale. She has worked with countless companies and organizations to set strong strategies for growth and specializes in B2B SaaS. Right now, Tami is focusing on coaching product leaders, teaching courses in management and strategy, and writing a children's book called "What do Product Managers Do?".
Tami lives with her husband Nadav and two kids in Florida, but has spent half her life in LA and NYC. She loves to travel and considers herself a citizen of the world.

Area of Expertise

  • Business & Management
  • Information & Communications Technology


  • Product Leadership
  • Product Strategy
  • Product Management
  • Product Development
  • Product Innovation
  • Product
  • Management
  • Leadership Empowerment
  • Leadership and Presentation Skills

The Only 3 Questions You Need

Want to be a great manager and an even better Leader? Let me help you on your path by simplifying everything into the Only 3 Questions You Need. Learning these questions and more importantly understanding how and when to apply them will advance your career. Then you can start leveraging the 3 questions for other parts of your life. The sky's the limit!

Inspired by Google Maps, learn the only three questions you should every ask to know what you should do. Stop wondering about the feasibility of things before the VALUABILITY of them. The questions apply to product, tech, processes, leadership and YOUR life! These questions are even more key to focus on as a leader and you’ll see why how you choose to answer them will enable you to empower a team of missionaries instead of mercenaries.

Session outline: 1- Understanding The 3 Questions and their value. 2- The 3 Questions for Products. 3- The 3 Questions for Leadership. 4- The 3 Questions for Life.

Managing Happy Teams

We all want to manage happy teams. Learn how team managers can use Lean and Agile methodologies to help keep employees happy and motivated. Through research based practices, leaders will learn what questions to ask and how to empower teams to create great products together. See how taking what you already do well as a PM and applying it to working with your team can lead to more productivity, less turnover, and a collaborative workplace.

Employees are the most significant cost at a company and people tend to leave managers not companies. 1- Learn why employee happiness is important to retention 2- See how agile and lean methodologies can apply to general management 3- Understand a new way to provide constructive feedback to employees 4- Get ideas on how to spice things up to keep things interesting

B2B SaaS Product Strategy Workshop

Understand how to align Product Area strategy and goals to company mission, north star, and key metrics.
Improve how you deploy your strategy across all teams who sell to, serve, and build for customers.

Learn how to build crisp value narratives, create bundles of products and services, which are optimized to sub-segments of customer and needs/use cases.
Become a person who is awesome at mobilizing cross-functional product teams in Product discovery (explore multiple alternatives with UX to refine product direction) and execution motions (articulate outcomes & goals and ensure alignment with PO & Engineering) to achieve the desired product outcomes.

Learn how to:
Craft a Product Vision and Goals
Choose a Product Strategy and Focus
Work with Stakeholders
Deploy a Product Strategy
Monitor Progress toward a Product Vision

Product Strategy is a system of goals and related choices that work together to accomplish the mission and vision of the organization.
The mission, vision, or northstar represent the direction of where you are going, and the strategy is the framework that guides decisions across the organization which will help everyone get there together.
A strong strategy includes who you will serve and how you plan to serve them, and more so leverages your competitive advantages to grow in ways others cannot.

Key takeaways:
1- Strategy should be based on the long term vision and current state
Before any strategic focus is chosen, it is key to evaluate where you want to be and compare that to where you are at the company, portfolio, product, and service level.
2- There are many strategies to achieve your business goals
Think broadly when selecting a strategy, the first thing that comes to mind is often not the best path forward. Start with what you are focused on fixing and then evaluate the options.
3- You must involve varied stakeholders when developing a strategy
In B2B landscapes product teams can lean on Sales, CS, Account Management, Pricing, Marketing, and other functions to inform strategic decisions and product initiatives.
4- Test your strategy before you widely deploy it
Leverage Stakeholders to help run fast experiments with existing customers or prospects to see if your intended strategy accomplishes your goals, then monitor data post execution.
5- Deploy and present your strategy and metrics in an easy to understand way
Think about what your audience needs to know and use colors and other highlighting tools to make clear what your focus areas are and how you’ll measure success.

Tami Reiss

Focus on your Strengths to Advance toward your goals

Miami, Florida, United States


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