Your winning product company needs to answer these

3 questions

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Are we innovative enough?

Someone is out there right now trying to steal your customers. Someone is trying to solve the same market problem that you solve. You win when you stay ahead of them with the right features delivered at the right time.

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Are we fast enough?

The greatest ideas in the world are useless if you don’t ship software often. Annual releases? Forget it. Try monthly at a minimum; weekly or even daily. You win when you tune your team’s processes from concept to launch (and beyond).

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Are we able to explain it clearly?

Your customers don’t care about your company: they care about their own problems. They need to hear how you – uniquely you – solve them. You win when you become indispensable, and can say 50 words or less.

I can help you answer these questions and develop a strategy to enhance each.

I can help you become a winning market driven, customer-centric innovator.

Can you answer your team’s most important questions?

  • What do customers really want?
  • How can we make money off of this?
  • How can we reach the market?
  • Who’s going to eat our lunch?
  • How can we improve our internal process to get to market faster?
  • How can we tell our story more clearly to both the market and investors?
  • How do we say “no” when it’s hard to say no?
  • Is this even a good idea?

Where do I fit in?

For 20 years, I've helped large companies innovate and small companies launch.

I’ve been a product leader at well-known companies such as Atlassian, Microsoft, and Adobe.

I’ve launched new companies as an entrepreneur and founding Board member and mentor at Smarter in the City, the first high-tech accelerator in the Roxbury neighborhood of Boston helping entrepreneurs from underrepresented minority communities to develop innovative products and services in the high tech sector.

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And I would like to help you.

Contact me to discuss your part-time or short term needs including (but not limited to):

  • Getting the most out of the Atlassian product suite
  • Agile product owner success
  • Lean Startup methodology
  • SaaS business models
  • Customer and market research
  • Product strategy
  • Competitive analysis
  • Market analysis
  • Pricing and revenue models
  • Go-to-market strategy
  • Product Development Process improvements – agile product development
  • Product ideation and validation