using these skills that I have
Analytics Product Management Roadmaps
and these skills I wish to develop
B2C Product Development
What I learned:
HBX CORe (Credential of Readiness) is a 120-150 hour certificate program on the fundamentals of business from Harvard Business School. CORe is comprised of three courses - Business Analytics, Economics for Managers, and Financial Accounting – developed by leading Harvard Business School faculty and delivered in an active learning environment based on the HBS signature case-based learning model.
Read more on my HBX blog post
An overview course on using impact mapping to drive changes in behaviour that have business benefit, run by Gojko Adzic and Dave Evans.
Blog posts for 15below during this time:
Reporting to the Production Services Manager:
Three courses that gave me a solid foundation into the business side of managing software development processes.
As the name suggests, this project is for Product Managers dealing with data that want to use R as a tool to analyse that data and produce reports/visualisations. I have tried to make all the scripts work from first download. I have built reports that display data from:
Product Lead, Elixir, Heroku, Gitlab CI · Market research, product fit, UX design, HTML, copywriting
Project to help students and recent graduates create awesome online profiles. Bashfully will shake up the traditional online resume.
Connect with me on AngelList to collaborate on side projects.
Both roles allow me to look beyond an immediate task at hand to the wider business and then how we can increase business value. Highlights include:
Secondment to Melbourne to assist in setting up 15below’s first overseas office to support their Asia Pacific clients. Continued support to the UK office providing solutions to complex technical issues on project work there. Project management and requirements gathering for local projects and Australian hours escalation point for the support team.
Publications: Chalk, N (2005) “Mining project information using storytelling” in Proceedings of the 23rd IASTED International Conference on Databases and Applications, Innsbruck, Austria. February 14-16, 2005.
An interdisciplinary course covering Computer Science, Linguistics, Philosophy and Psychology courses.
3rd year project: “SCARGIL: Data Mining using the Genetic Methods” produced a system that took a dataset and after a period of induction using evolutionary computing output classification rules. The program was given a dataset of DNA, which it then used to produce a model, to make protein splice site predictions. This project allowed me to develop my skills in cutting through domain knowledge, where I was not a domain expert, and solve the key problem presented.
Building on my existing PGCert in Technology Management, starting with the module