About Me
Ryan is a Product Manager / Scrum Master, where he provides product and engineering support within an Agile (Scrum/Kanban) framework environment; working with a team that includes front-end and back-end developers, UI/UX designers and SEO specialists. Earlier in his career, Ryan was an SEO/Web Analyst/Growth Hacker at Ytria, where he led A/B testing, user experience, lead generation and search engine optimization/social media initiatives. Ryan has a Bachelor’s Degree of Engineering (B.Eng.), has interests in the Machine Learning, Real Estate (Property and Construction), and Data Science. His favorite donut can be seen here.

My résumé for anyone interested.

Product Manager

  • A product leader
  • Maintain vision
  • Roadmap features

Agile Scrum

  • PSM I Certified
  • Deliver business value
  • Optimize processes
  • Be an Agile coach

Get Things Done

  • Improve bounce rates 26%
  • Grow online leads +100%
  • Increase traffic +16%
  • Product Management
  • Scrum Product Owner
  • Scrum Master (PSM I Certified)
  • Knowledge of Agile Software Development: Scrum, Kanban, XP
  • Web: HTML, CSS, Javascript, Wordpress
  • SEO and Web Analytics: Google Analytics, Google Search Console, SimilarWeb
  • Data Science: R Programming (Microsoft Verified Certificate)
  • Tools: Invision (Prototyping), CrazyEgg (Heat Maps), Mouseflow (Session Recordings), Optimizely (A/B Testing), Google Tag Manager (Tagging)
  • Workplace Productivity: Microsoft Office, JIRA, Confluence
  • Social Media: Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr, Instagram, Pinterest, LinkedIn

Some books that I've read and  recommend that could be of interest to product managers.

  • Steve Krug, Don’t Make Me Think Quick, entertaining and informative read a great UX book for PMs.
  • Walter Isaacson, Steve Jobs Steve Jobs, regarded as the GOAT when it comes to product managers. Put it on your to-read list.
  • Eric Schmidt and Jonathan Rosenberg, How Google Works Great insights on how things at Google work.
  • Ben Horowitz, The Hard Thing About Hard Things Great real-life stories and tough management lessons when running a company. Being a CEO is not as fun as it looks.
  • Neuromarketing: Is There a 'Buy Button' in the Brain? Some interesting ideas on how to sell based on brain research.

My contact details are on LinkedIn