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5 Tips for Data-Driven Product Design by PatientPop's PM

Product School

Tuesday, December 5, 2017 from 6:30 PM to 8:30 PM (PST)

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All events are free to Product School Students & Alumni w/ Student Code
Dec 5, 2017 $10.00 $2.61
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Product managers know they should use data in their decision making - so why are there so many roadblocks? Companies often think they're not mature enough, don't have the right volume of data, or that their data is too messy. However, those are 'roadblocks' that can slow product development, and, worse, can drive a product in the wrong direction. PatientPop's Director of Local SEO and Marketing Joel Headley and Product Manager Andy Chu will offer strategies on how young companies can creatively gather and utilize data -- even without data analysts!

You'll learn:
- How to creatively gather and utilize data in product management - even if you're 'not ready'
- How to get engineering and executive buy-in for data-driven product management
- How to utilize data... without data analysts

Meet the Speakers:

Andy Chu

Andy Chu is a Product Manager at PatientPop, a Santa Monica SaaS startup helping private healthcare practices grow their business. Day to day, he’s focused on developing the core platform and providing a solid foundation for PatientPop’s other product lines. Andy is an "accidental" PM, stumbling on the role while pursuing a different career path. Originally intending to go to medical school after USC, he took an unexpected detour through the world of startups where he learned that his education in biomedical engineering could be used to ship great software.

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Joel Headley

Director of Local Search and Marketing, Joel Headley optimizes our customers' local search presence by ensuring the platform is designed with performance in mind. Prior to PatientPop, Joel spent over a decade at Google leading efforts to educate small business owners, and developing Google's go-to-market strategy for launches including Google Maps, web search, and Google My Business. He is on the faculty of Local U, an organization bringing together the best minds in the local SEO space. Joel earned a B.S. at University of California, Berkeley and his M.S. at University of Arizona.

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- Tickets sales at the door are from 6:00 - 6:30 PM (if any are still available)
- No refunds unless we have fully canceled the event. Date changes are not included. 
- For additional info or questions, send an email to events@productschool.com
- For last minute questions, send a text to: (213) 947-9464

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Product School Santa Monica
1450 2nd Street, Santa Monica, CA 90401
Santa Monica

Tuesday, December 5, 2017 from 6:30 PM to 8:30 PM (PST)


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Product School

Product School is an education company that offers Product Management training in San Francisco, Silicon Valley, New York, Los Angeles.


Our instructors are professionals with over 5 years of real-world product management experience working at renowned tech Companies like Google and LinkedIn, and other technology startups. Our students are professionals with over 3 years of experience in technology, business or design roles. 

All our classes are compatible with a regular work schedule and our campuses are conveniently located in each city where we operate.

This is not your traditional lecture class. Expect a healthy mix of group work, one-­on-ones with mentors, and a hands­-on experience building your own digital product from end to end. 

We are connected with local hiring partners and tech companies who are eager to meet our top Product School students.

 

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