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Step into the world of product management with General Assembly. During our introductory workshop, explore how product managers use leadership and versatility to launch products people love. Touch on key tools and techniques for testing, designing, and improving products. Plus:
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Eric has worked for Hitachi Consulting for the past 5 years focusing on providing management consulting services in conjunction with custom-development enterprise solutions. His role involves business strategy and planning, stakeholder alignment, and project management to reach attainable business objectives.
Part of the business strategy often involves building a digital infrastructure to support those business objectives. Eric's role includes select activities such as requirements gathering, designing the user experience and creating the UI through the Define and Design phases, working tightly with engineering resources during Development, testing, release planning, feature and bug prioritization, and user interviews.
Eric has experience in managing broad cross-functional client relationships, presentations and product roadshows, and finding consensus among divergent business priorities. Successfully launched and managed numerous large-scale enterprise web-based products through multiple iterations of the entire product lifecycle. Recently completed Product Management education course through General Assembly.
Additional experience as a Management Consultant including Market Expansion Strategy, Financial Forecasting, WACC Analysis, Organizational Strategy and Design (OS&D), Change Management Analysis, and Market Trends Research Committee. Eric was also Co-founder of a Microfinance Savings & Loan in rural Ghana, Wealth Management Market Research Intern, 5 years at WaMu, and completed his B.A.B.A at the University of Washington Foster School of Business focused in Finance and Information Systems.
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