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55 / Encouraging Great Ideas

Great ideas can come from anywhere. It is the job of product leaders to seek out these ideas by taking educated risks, thinking (and working) outside the box. In this episode Aaron Cooper, the Enterprise User Experience Leader for Navigation and Sensors at Honeywell, shares key strategies for ideation, workshopping, and working across disciplines. Aaron … Continued

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Product Momentum Podcast guest Aaron Cooper
Aaron Cooper

54 / Navigating Complexity and Uncertainty

As a product leader, it can be hard to work within a multitude of constraints: profits, product-market fit, time, customers’ needs; the list goes on. Giff tackles the tough questions and elaborates on the product leader’s job as “chief synthesizer.” In this episode of the Product Momentum Podcast, Sean and Paul welcome Giff Constable, a … Continued

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Product Momentum guest Giff Constable
Giff Constable
Author, entrepreneur

53 / When You’re In Product, You’re the Connector

We often talk about product living at the intersection of technology, business, and UX. And that makes sense in a limited, Venn diagram way of thinking: Product as the place where these things converge. But as we have discovered, using a 3-piece diagram to explain what product is all about is a gross oversimplification. Through … Continued

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Product Momentum Podcast guest Nina Foroutan
Nina Foroutan

52 / Mindset, Process, and Tools

If you’ve never done product before, the journey can be super-scary. So many questions: Do I have what it takes? Is this the career I want for myself? What type of PM do I want to be? Where am I in my career product life cycle? Worry no more. In this episode of ITX’s Product … Continued

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Product Momentum guest David Wang
David Wang

51 / Cognitive Bias and Software Development

  Without mental shortcuts to help, there’s no way product managers could process the daily waves of information coming at us. We apply these shortcuts, called cognitive biases, to drive efficiency in how we perceive and respond to the world around us. But when we’re unaware of, or not sensitive to, these biases (that exist … Continued

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Product Momentum guest Wolf Alexanyan
Wolf Alexanyan
The Software Development Company