Building a Winning Product
Building a product that delivers value starts and ends with your customer. Product leaders share advice about how to build exceptional products.
What is the value of staying close to customers? How do I know customers will buy my product? How do I know if customers will buy my product? How do I know customers need what I'm building? Part 1: How minimal can an MVP be? Part 2: How minimal can my MVP be? As a CEO, is it ever okay to intervene with the product team? How do I show my company value to customers? How should I think about tracking ROI for customers in my product? How much better does my product have to be for a customer to adopt it over current solutions? How can I determine if what I'm building is a feature or a full product? How do VCs distinguish between a product and a feature? How should I educate consumers about my product? How do I know what feedback to take action on? How do I know what feedback to take action on? What is the jobs to be done framework? What makes for good product experiments? What mistakes do people make? How can I build a culture of experimentation early on? How do I decide what to charge for my product? What mistakes should I avoid when pricing my product? How do I determine which features I actually need to launch with? How do I know if I've reached product-market fit? How do I know we've reached product-market fit? How do I build a high performing product team? How can early stage founders grow their product and growth teams? How do I skill up as a product manager? What questions should I ask in an interview for a senior product position? How do I share news of delays with customers and prospects?
What is the value of staying close to customers?
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