Upcoming Course: How to Run High-Impact Continuous Product Discovery Experiments
I'm building a live, 2-week cohort-based course for mid-career software product professionals on how to run high-impact continuous product discovery experiments. Learn more and join the waitlist.
Most people think that you can’t drive continuous product discovery practices if you don’t have buy-in from leadership yet, but actually, you can start anywhere.
I'm building a live, 2-week cohort-based course for mid-career software product professionals on how to run high-impact continuous product discovery experiments.
If all goes well, this will be the first in a series of classes that help you become a high-growth product leader, trusted to deliver on your key outcomes and make an impact on your product, company, and career.
You’ll come away with the following skills:
⏳ Making time and space to practice customer research
🎯 Identifying and recruiting the right participants
🔍 Conducting qualitative and quantitative research
👭 Sharing results to drive empathy and buy-in
As founder of H2R Product Science, host of the Product Science Podcast, and adjunct professor at NYU Stern School of Business, I’ve spent the last 6 years teaching hundreds of PMs and founders on this topic. I am a former Columbia University research scientist and have spent over 15 years leading product initiatives at startups, high-growth companies, and enterprises like FalconX, MediaMath, Shutterstock, The Lean Startup Co, Unilever, Capital One, and Weight Watchers.
Now I’d love to teach you.
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