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Small, iterative launches are widely considered best practice for product development, and is the strategy that product leaders are most likely to have experience with. But in some cases there can be outsized benefits in creating a big launch moment. How do you decide which approach to go with?

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April 20, 2017

TransferWise head of globalization Jessica Chen Riolfi, challenges our preconceptions about growth and international expansion and shares practical case studies and lessons learned.

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April 17, 2017

In this episode, Gaurav Hardikar talks about the future of e-commerce. He discusses how to design products that provides an efficient shopping process for consumers, how he drives engagement at Shopkick, and the need to balance stakeholders needs with the needs of consumers.

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April 17, 2017

In this compelling conversation, Jules Walter discusses his role at Slack to drive user growth. He also discusses his perspective on the future of mobile, the best qualities of a Product Manager, and his experience being a minority within Silicon Valley.

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April 17, 2017

In this interview, Katherine Kornas talks about Pandora’s commitment to both culture and innovation, the importance of using simplicity and inspiration to inspire growth, and Pandora’s commitment to product personalization.

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April 5, 2017

This podcast compiles the best moments of interviews I conducted with 5 product gurus- including their views on what makes a great product, what makes a great product manager and more.

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March 21, 2017

Marketplaces are changing the way we work, buy, travel and more. Eventbrite has a fantastic product market strategy. Their business model could well be the best ever: it’s powered by network effects at scale, where supply and demand follow one another, creating a winner-take-all situation.

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March 6, 2017

On this episode, former FBI High Stakes Negotiator Chris Voss shares the nine effective principles to become more persuasive in both your professional and personal life. He discusses how to gain a competitive edge by using counterintuitive strategies and tactics including emotional intelligence.

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February 21, 2017

How do you go from building products to running a marketplace that creates thousands of jobs and is valued at over $1Bn? Upwork CEO Stephane Kasriel shares what he learned along the way, from product manager at Paypal, to SVP of product and then CEO at Upwork.

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February 13, 2017

Adobe/PleanPlum marketing exec Joyce Solano talks about her experience learning how to reinvent Adobe from a software co. to marketing co. She also talks about empathy, brand positioning, and how defining company goals to create your brand story.

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February 13, 2017

On this podcast episode, Stuart Foster (Vice President of Marketing, Hilton Worldwide Luxury & Lifestyle Brands) talks about the importance of simplicity in making your brand stand out in the marketplace.

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January 31, 2017

In this podcast, Anneka talked about understanding the art and science of customer relationships, risk/reward ratio for businesses, and how to build your network through leveraging the people around you.

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January 31, 2017

Jeff Gothelf talks about the shift in mindset needed to scaled your business. He also discusses why leaders need to rethink the way that tech businesses are managed so they can innovate and drive their companies forward.

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January 25, 2017

Fmr Google and Apple exec Kim Scott talks about how to give feedback effectively and solicit input from others in a way that doesn’t make you seem like a jerk. Kim is an advisor to tech CEOs including Dropbox and is the co-founder of Candor, a consultancy, and the author of “Radical Candor: Be a Kickass Boss without Losing your Humanity”.

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January 16, 2017

Thought leader Sally Thornton discusses how to create ownership of your career while finding work/life balance. She discusses how to create your ideal career through a system and framework that motivates you. She also discusses how to create a human-centered work culture that benefits individuals and the companies they work for.

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January 5, 2017

We’re super excited to announce that WeChat has partnered with Products That Count to boost our community. WeChat is kinda the Facebook of China: an addictive messaging platform like we’ve never seen in the West with 800M active users. If you consider yourself an innovator, this is your opportunity to get a glimpse at the future! Plus, we’ll be offering free tickets to our programs and more perks via our channel. Use the QR code to subscribe.

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December 16, 2016

SaaS industry captain Bruce Cleveland discusses what it takes to get real traction. He was the first venture investor in Marketo, a founding executive at Siebel Systems, and an early product leader at Oracle. His framework, the Traction Gap, features key metrics and tactics startups can use to successfully navigate this key phase in a company’s lifecycle.

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December 6, 2016

Clara Nam talks about her passion for product design. She speaks about her job in Silicon Valley as a Product Designer on the Growth team at Yelp. She shares her experience on iterating the Yelp mobile app and finding design solutions to make a successful product. She also discusses using metrics to predict product growth and what it’s like being a women in tech.

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December 6, 2016

Serial tech entrepreneur Sachin Rekhi talks about his journey in Silicon Valley to take his products from the idea stage to being sold to a top social media company. He candidly shares his experience on the challenges of working in Silicon Valley in 2016 and gives advice on building great products by learning what type of product manager you are.

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November 22, 2016

Singularity Professor Nell Watson discusses singularity including the notion of AI personhood. She talks about how AI is here to stay because of what she refers to as the ‘autonomous distributed corporation’. She emphasizes that knowledge is power and postulates that it makes sense to involve AI when there is so much data available.

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