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Michael Brauman

  

Adjunct Professor, Fordham University

Location: New York, NY


Certifications

Certified Scrum Product Owner

Credentials

Biography

Mike Brauman is Director of Mobile Product Management at ADP, the nation's largest human capital management firm.  At ADP, Mike is deeply committed to leveraging SCRUM methodologies to create mobile products for clients and customers.  In addition to his work at ADP, Mike is also an Adjunct Professor of Media and Information Sciences at Fordham University's Graduate School of Business.  He teaches a course on Mobile Commerce and Application design aimed at non-technical MBA students. Mike began his career creating a cancer gene analytics platform that went on to support over $50 million in FDA approved cancer gene research.  He brings to the table experience heading a mobile software company, supervising employees, and working with customers.

Work experience

ADP, Product Manager
April 2014 - Present, Roseland, New Jersey, US
• Responsible for product strategy, road-mapping, client engagement, and team planning in the mobile space. • Work with UX, QA, development, project, support, and marketing teams to deliver mobile HR applications and solutions. • Expanding mobile product offerings in areas such as international markets, job search, tax statement, push notification, mobile single sign-on, and the building of a ground-up ADP Mobile application for Android. • Champion Agile Methodology and SCRUM best practices

Fordham University, Adjunct Professor
November 2011 - Present, New York, NY, United States
Adjunct Professor of Media and Information Systems at Fordham University. Created an interactive curriculum for students to study the role of mobile devices in global commerce and society. Students with little or no technical experience develop working mobile applications with real world economic and social value. Topics studied include: mobile media, usability, product design, social media, app design, and mobile markets in the developing world. Over 55 students enrolled with a variety of backgrounds including Marketing, Media, Finance, and Information Systems.

 

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