Adopting Mobile is Product Management

Warren Wan, Director of Product at Under Armour Connected Fitness, discusses what opportunities mobile presents for large companies, how to transition from a startup into a large company, and his user engagement lessons learned while at MyFitnessPal.


  • What were the most significant “aha” moments Warren has experienced along his career? (9:10)
  • What are some of the challenges of building mobile products? (12:50)
  • What are the challenges of integrating a startup acquisition in a large organization? (14:50)
  • How do you collaborate with stakeholders in a large organization? (16:40)
  • What user engagement strategies did Warren apply at MyFitnessPal? (19:40)

Warren Wan

Director of Product at Under Armour Connected Fitness

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