The Navya Rehani Gupta Hypothesis: CPOs Should Measure Product ROI in Business Outcomes
In this episode of the Product Science Podcast, we cover the major inflection points in Navya’s journey to CPO, how Navya talks about the ROI of product investments, and how she chooses the key KPIs and assumptions that she uses to model ROI.
The Dan Balcauski Hypothesis: The Most Important Part of Product Pricing is Who and How you Charge
In this episode of the Product Science Podcast, we cover Dan’s SVCS model for working through pricing and packaging, how to figure out what different customers value, and how to use the 3 common pricing orientations.
The Brent Tworetzky Hypothesis: Savvy COOs Can Use a Product Lens to Effectively Drive Company Operations
Brent Tworetzky, COO of Parsley Health, shares how he has transformed his company by following product principles on an organizational level.
The Dave Chan Hypothesis: We Are All Designers
Dave Chan, a senior product designer at Adobe, explains why the best teams integrate design from the start.
The Mark Donnigan Hypothesis: Successful Marketers Know the Journeys of Their Product's Buyer and Beneficiary
Mark Donnigan explains how marketing is a crucial component in finding product/market fit and propelling your startup to new stages of growth