FREE WEBINAR: Data Driven Product Development
Data-driven product development is a product management strategy that uses big data to its fullest extent. The major difference between data-driven product development and traditional development is that data-driven strategies are iterative, meaning that a product release is just an early step in a product’s development. In this free, interactive webinar, Imran Khan, Charles Maddox, and other data analytics professionals will discuss how you can create a more time and resource efficient product management workflow.
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When: Jul 29, 2021 01:00 PM Central Time (US and Canada)
Topic: Data Driven Product Development Webinar
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Charles MaddoxPrincipal, The i4 Group
Charles has over 25 years of experience in systems development. He has held positions at various product development companies from hands on engineer to leader such as; software engineer, project manager, scrum master, product owner, software quality assurance manager and VP of engineering. He is the founder of The i4 Group, in which he serves as Principal. At The i4 Group, he has worked with several organizations helping them to better deliver value through using lean-agile practices. Charles was one of the first 50 people worldwide to earn the title of Scaled Agile Program Consultant Trainer (SPCT). He is a mentor, trainer and ICF certified professional coach (PCC). He likes to volunteer in his community as a sports coach, math tutor and youth mentor. He is a husband and father of 3.
Imran KhanEngineer, Build Well Labs
Imran Khan is trained in business administration, applied urban science and informatics, public policy, education, and biochemistry. He has served as a policymaker and in project management roles in federal, state, and local government. From 2013 to 2015, he served as an Empire State Fellow in New York State government. In 2011, he worked as an Education Pioneers fellow in Houston, his hometown. Imran’s professional interests and areas of expertise include data science, human-centered design and user experience, materials science and engineering, operations research, and statistics. Currently, he works as an engineer at Build Well Labs.