Jon Stribling is a technology veteran and battle hardened product manager who is passionate about building great products that users love.
He started his career in marketing before learning how to code and working as a developer for one of Australia's first community websites as well as not-for-profit, education, ecommerce and B2B projects.
He first joined Melbourne IT as their Web Development Manager and eventually transitioned to product management. As their GM of products he spearheaded the launch of hundreds of new domain spaces in one of the biggest changes to the global domain system in almost 20 years and also implemented new product strategy, updated legacy platforms and created innovative digital products which set the path for new revenue and profitability growth.
He is currently a senior product manager for Sensis, one of Australia's largest marketing services businesses.
Jon loves learning more about behavioural psychology, privacy, lean, design thinking, agile, scrum, digital, and cultural change.
In this ten-week course, students will learn to navigate the product cycle, from evaluating users and managing a roadmap to creating an MVP and developing metrics.
Building Innovative Products: From Ideation to MVP
In this session, we will workshop the process of identifying and developing those unique, innovative ideas that will solve problems.
General Assembly Open Day: Back to School!
Ever wondered what it's really like to be a student at General Assembly? Well, pack up your backpack, put on your thinking cap, and join us for our first ever GA Open Day!
Product Management Essentials
This class introduces you to the key Product Management concepts: analysing the market, fleshing out your idea, identifying risks, and validating assumptions.
Key Product Management Tactics
Join us to learn the fundamentals of product management, and understand how PM is different at various stages of a product's maturity
Free Lunchtime Class: Introduction to Agile and Scrum
Learn the basics of the agile development process and SCRUM. What is agile development, why is it so popular, and how can you implement it?