Collaborating Authors

Program Manager -- - AI for Business


We are looking for a Program Manager who has a broad range of experience. The ideal candidate would be intimately familiar with delivering solutions to large organizations while partnering with various engineering, data science and business teams. You don't need to be proficient in every aspect – what we are looking for is a strong core set of skills, the ability to improvise and a collaborative spirit. To apply, send us a resume and a portfolio of past work. A bonus blurb about why you are interested in H2O and in data science would be appreciated.

Program Manager - MA&D


Keysight Technologies (NYSE: KEYS) has been unlocking electronic measurement insights for 75 years. We are the world's leading electronic measurement company, transforming today's measurement experience through innovation in wireless, modular, and software solutions. No other company offers our depth and breadth of measurement tools and expertise. Our singular focus helps scientists and engineers address their toughest challenges with precision and confidence. With our help, they are better able to deliver the breakthroughs that make a measurable difference in the world.

The Scrum Master vs. the Product Manager

Huffington Post - Tech news and opinion

On the other hand, when a program manager is established in an engineering organization, they typically coordinate with teams to understand external forces that could put the release of reliable products in jeopardy. With this positioning, the program manager is often the escalation point for individual scrum masters, and becomes the one who actively mitigates risk identified by individual scrum masters. They will typically have the relationships (and leverage) to address external forces causing problems for individual teams.

The Predictive Project Manager (No Coding skills needed)


Are you a Project Manager or a Program Manager who is looking to know how to advance your career? The blunt answer is you cannot if you do not break out of the traditional Project and Program Management. This presentation is for those Projects / Program Manager who want to be Predictive. Being Predictive means you the project / program manager is able to use data science and machine learning techniques on your existing programs. This presentation will help in changing your mindset to becoming more predictive and show through a case study how to apply Data Science and Machine Learning techniques in your every project/program management job.

Reflections on the ARPA Experience

AI Magazine

When I returned to Stanford last summer after a two-year leave of absence, serving as a program manager at the Defense Advanced Projects Agency, I was frequently asked about that experience. As a program manager I had near-perfect vantage point from which to view the entire field of Artificial Intelligence. Not only did I become better acquainted with the most creative and active people in the field, I was also personally kept up to date on their latest research. Moreover, it was my responsibility to identify new avenues of research and/or applications of research, coupled with the resources (limited, but real) to make these new activities happen -- a unique opportunity.