Listen in on real conversations on The Product Science Podcast
The Product Science Podcast is for startup founders and product leaders building high-growth products, teams, and companies. Listen in on real conversations with the people who have tried it and aren’t afraid to share the lessons they’ve learned (and the mistakes they’ve made) along the way.
The Ken Norton Hypothesis: Product Is Best Taught Through Apprenticeship
In this episode of the Product Science Podcast, we cover Ken’s 14 year history and learnings from his time at Google, what it’s like to build products with mass appeal, his approach on how to be an authentic leader, and how product is best learned under an apprenticeship model.
Season 1 Highlights: The Product Science Principles in Practice
We explain the concepts of evidence-based product strategy, continuous discovery and delivery, and the need for empowered teams as the core of a product strategy that works.
Season 2 Highlights: The Product Science Method in Practice
We look back on highlights from Season 2 to illustrate the Product Science Method and how to use it to build sustained success.
Season 3 Highlights: The Product Science Success Path
To wrap up Season 3 of the Product Science Podcast, we look back at all of the great stories and insights our guests have shared. As a framework, we use the Product Science Success Path, a five-stage journey to putting Product Science into action: Agile Product Developers, Product Discovery Practitioners, Continuous Product Improvers, High-Impact Experimenters, High-Growth Product Leaders.
The John Cutler Hypothesis: Great Product Leaders Foster an Environment Where the Best Decisions Can Happen
John Cutler, Product Evangelist at Amplitude, a product analytics platform that helps product managers, tells us what patterns he sees working with product teams on their process.