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 Tim O'Reilly Hypothesis: Build a Market by Building an Ecosystem
Tim O’Reilly, founder of O’Reilly Media talks about his recent article in Quartz and how you can build a market by building an ecosystem around it.
The Melissa Perri Hypothesis: Escaping the Build Trap Requires Transforming Product Management Processes From Top to Bottom
Melissa Perri is the author of Escaping the Build Trap and founder of Produx Labs. She explains how product and tech can work together to maximize synergy.
The David Bland Hypothesis: Assumption Mapping Before Testing Business Ideas Facilitates Better Product Decisions
David Bland, founder of Precoil, explains how important it is to get cross-functional teams to agree on the assumptions that must be true for your business to succeed and different approaches to testing those assumptions.
The Matt Wallaert Hypothesis: Great Product Teams Use Behavioral Science to Build Products That Create Change
Matt Wallaert, Chief Behavioral Officer at Clover, discusses how he gets his team to focus on the behavior they’re trying to change, and his unique research process.
The Teresa Torres Hypothesis: The Best Product Teams Continually Improve Both Their Product and Their Process
Teresa Torres is a product discovery coach and the author of the Product Talk Blog. We find out how you can refine your product discovery practices.