Career Building

I am one of those people who loves to learn and honestly wished that I could be a professional student. Throughout my career, my passion for learning has continued by attending webinars, meet ups, listening to podcasts, and reading. 

Scrum_1.png

Project Management & Scrum

This book was should be on every project manager's and scrum master's reading list. It not only opens your eyes to all the inefficiencies in our day-to-day work, but also everything that surrounds you in your day-to-day life.

I still use the methods learned in this book to improve tasks and processes in my personal and professional life. 

Product Management

Escaping the Build Trap was added to my list when I was just starting to dig into product management. The author, Melissa Perri does a great job of defining the product manager role, product strategy and process. A build trap is when organizations measure their success by output vs outcome. Perri uses real-world examples in the book and walks the reader through how to be a good product manager, focusing on outcome and how to effectively steer away from the mindset that quantity equals money, which equals success. 

Product_1.jpg
Scrum_2.png

Program Management & Scrum

Working in smaller agencies, it is not uncommon to have so much work coming through, but not enough time or people to do the work as quickly as the client is requesting it. Although this book uses tech company examples, I have tested a Design Sprint in the creative agency world and happy to report that it worked well.

Webinars & Classes

  • Project Management Workshop 

  • Intro to UX Design 

  • Balancing Grit and Grace in times of Chaos 

  • Customer Journey Mapping

  • Agile & Scrum Boot Camp

  • Product Management Workshop

  • Data and Design

  • Intro to SQL 

  • Scrum Workshop