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The Beautiful Mess

John Cutler, Tom Kerwin

The beautiful mess of cross-functional product development

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TBM 279: How to Learn and Practice Product Management in a Feature Factory

Here's how to safely learn/practice product even if your org feels like an irreformable feature factory.

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TBM 278: The Power of Firsthand Experience

I was having lunch with my product leader friend Carey Caulfield recently, and something dawned on us:

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Notes on Product management theater | Marty Cagan (Lenny's Podcast)

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  • John Cutler

    Product development nut @Amplitude_HQ. I love wrangling complex problems/answering the why with qual/quant data. Writing at https://t.co/r1JgWT0NOs

  • Tom Kerwin

    Author of Innovation Tactics. Zero-to-one discovery consultant and coach. Writes about strategy and sense-making in complex ambiguous situations, and the implications for research, experimentation and management.

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