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Who is Lenny Rachitsky: Background, Newsletter, Podcast, and More

Userpilot

Lenny is a newsletter writer, podcast host, angel investor, and product consultant. Differentiating your product – Lenny shares 7 ways companies can differentiate their products, including focusing on affordability, product quality, niche markets , and more.

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Beyond “Cheaper, Faster, Better”?—?Vertical Integration for Startups

The Product Coalition

I apply this lens to a startup that develops solutions in the health-tech market. While this article focuses on startups in B2B markets, we can extend it to B2C and B2B2C, while some considerations might be different. A Go-to-market strategy that meets the threshold where senior living homes would collaborate with a startup.

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The Unintentional Career of John Cutler

Mind the Product

“So far this week I’ve had eight coaching calls with non-customers, two coaching calls with customers, and one conference in San Francisco for B2B product managers. Every relationship where you help people initially has a power differential. Let’s think of products as a differentiated delivery mechanism of some value exchange.

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Conducting User Research in Product Management

The Product Guy

Jordan is a Management level, revenue-driven, B2B SaaS Product Management and Project Management leader. He translates complex business problems into solutions that are easily consumed by engineering, marketing and sales. He is a graduate of Yeshiva University’s Syms School of Business with a degree in Marketing.

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Applying Product Management to Web Design in a Multiscreen Era

The Product Guy

Jordan is a Management level, revenue-driven, B2B SaaS Product Management and Project Management leader. He translates complex business problems into solutions that are easily consumed by engineering, marketing and sales. He is a graduate of Yeshiva University’s Syms School of Business with a degree in Marketing.

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Business Development vs. Product Management

The Product Guy

Jordan is a Management level, revenue-driven, B2B SaaS Product Management and Project Management leader. He translates complex business problems into solutions that are easily consumed by engineering, marketing and sales. He is a graduate of Yeshiva University’s Syms School of Business with a degree in Marketing.

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The Role of Emotional Intelligence in Product Management

The Product Guy

Jordan is a Management level, revenue-driven, B2B SaaS Product Management and Project Management leader. He translates complex business problems into solutions that are easily consumed by engineering, marketing and sales. He is a graduate of Yeshiva University’s Syms School of Business with a degree in Marketing.