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Product Manager Interview Preparation
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In this course, you'll learn exactly what to expect during a product management interview, and view exclusive interviews with practicing core, data, growth, and AI Product...


Becoming a Student Assistant: Teaching and Mentoring
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Student assistants are valuable staff members at the University of Groningen. Currently, over 700 students take up teaching duties, support role functions, governing...


Introduction to Data Analytics for Managers
Through a combination of lectures, business case studies, and hands-on learning this course provides an introduction to data analytics techniques and their application in business. The case...

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