The Babur Habib Hypothesis: Rapid Iterations Drive the Slow Growth That Overcomes Inertia
Babur Habib, Co-Founder and CEO of the Portfolio School, talks about how the Portfolio School is trying to transform education from the ground up and train a generation of students that understands the power and ethics of tech.
The Christopher Lochhead Hypothesis: Legendary People, Products, and Companies Follow The Exponential Value of What Makes Them Different
This week on the Product Science Podcast, we talk to Christopher Lochhead about designing a market category and how you can make it as a solopreneur.
The Amy Jo Kim Hypothesis: Drive Deep Product Engagement by Optimizing the Core Loop with Game Thinking
Amy Jo Kim explains how ideas from game design can translate into product development, and what separates the successful projects she’s worked on from those that didn’t get off the ground.
The Chris Butler Hypothesis: Adversarial Product Management Gets to the Core of What Really Matters Using Contrarian Thinking
Chris Butler is the Chief Product Architect at IPsoft, with years of experience working in AI-related products at Philosophie, Complete Seating, and Horizon Ventures. We talk about adversarial product management and more.
The Connie Kwan Hypothesis: Great Product Managers Influence with Storytelling
Connie Kwan, Founder of Product Maestros, shares how to identify your speaker type and better communicate with your team to get more results.