Due to continuing growth of 30-40% annually over recent years, DocsCorp is seeking an Assistant Product Manager (Escalations) to join the team.
The successful applicant will be based in the Sydney head office, working for a highly-regarded Australian provider of document productivity solutions to Legal, Financial, Corporate and Government sectors.
The Product Manager Shopper Services at Scentre Group is a key role focused on creating and managing digital products and services that enhance the experience our shoppers have in our physical environments.
We are looking for a strong Product Manager that is passionate about users and the user experience, has business acumen and can quickly grasp technical concepts.
GUEST PRESENTATION: Stuart Watt, Managing Editor ABC News Digital – Brisbane Product Talks Meetup 27 July 2016
At the Brisbane Product Talks Meetup we have been, and will continue for a while, hosting guest presenters that have expertise in their domain and a thing or two to share on the topics of Product Management and innovation. We will be mining insights and examples of how to innovate effectively and see how organisations embrace a culture of innovation.
On the 27th July 2016 we were lucky to have a guest presentation from Stuart Watt, Managing Editor of ABC News Digital. He shared with the group how a culture of product management started and grew within ABC and how it is now helping them achieve their legislated charter:
As the Product Manager Qantas Loyalty – Cards / Financial Services, you will have the opportunity to work within the financial services team, adding significant value through the creation of new products with commercial partners.
This newly created and exciting opportunity will position you to drive specialist products forward and deliver large revenue streams for Qantas.
Product Management is like a fractal. Self-similar and repeating at every scale.
What is a Fractal?
“Fractals are infinitely complex patterns that are self-similar across different scales. They are created by repeating a simple process over and over in an ongoing feedback loop.” This idea of the same shapes or patterns appearing at every scale or zoom level reflects the fractal nature of Product Management.