Product Management 101: A Free Class
12

Monday, 12 December

6:30 8 pm GMT

Campus London

4-5 Bonhill Street
London
FREE!
Regular Ticket

Questions? Read our FAQs

Product Management 101: A Free Class

Dave Lynam Photo


Founder, Kaizen

12

Monday, 12 December

6:30 8 pm GMT

Campus London

4-5 Bonhill Street
London
FREE!
Regular Ticket

Questions? Read our FAQs

About This Event

Product management is one of the most sought-after careers in tech. Lying at the intersection between business, design, and technology, product managers gauge whether a product is viable from a business perspective, desired by customers, and technically feasible. Whether they’re developing their own product or working within a larger organization, product managers work with key stakeholders, designers, and developers to ensure that the final product meets both customer and business objectives.

In this free class, we discuss the product management landscape, what the PM role entails, who makes a good PM, and how to transition into the field. Learn how people land jobs as product managers, walk away with practical tips on moving into product management, and understand what it is like to be interviewed for the role.

About the Speaker

Dave Lynam Photo

Founder,
Kaizen

Dave Lynam has a background spanning 20 years in event ticketing and has been responsible for delivering digital products to the industry since 2010. In that time, Dave has managed products used during major sports tournaments such as the Olympic & Paralympic Games, UEFA European Championships and Commonwealth Games.

Currently, Dave is the founder of Kaizen, a company that provides product and operational advice to organisations in the sports and entertainment sector. They also supply ticketing software. He is a former GA student, taking both Front End Web Development and User Experience Design part time courses. Having enjoyed the GA experience so much, he joined the instructional team on the Product Management course in 2015.

Refund Policy

Plans change. We get it. But if you can't make it to a class/workshop, please email us at least 7 days before the scheduled event date. No refunds will be given after this timeframe.

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