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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. Microsoft, for example, depends on manufacturers (Dell/HP) and retailers (Best buy) to sell its software.

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2021 in conversation: Learnings from the podcast

Intercom, Inc.

Amanda Renteria , CEO for Code for America. Will Larson , CTO of Calm. Des Traynor , Co-founder and CTO of Intercom. Code for America’s Amanda Renteria on defining the citizen experience. Amanda Renteria, CEO of Code for America, is a firm believer in this idea. Hubert Palan , founder and CEO of Productboard.

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Your Audience’s Real Roadmap Questions

Mironov Consulting

I get pulled into lots of discussions among product managers about the best ways to represent (and then present and present and present) roadmaps or backlogs, especially to internal sales/marketing/support audiences. Especially in enterprise/B2B, sales teams may have only a handful of major active accounts, each carrying a lot of revenue.

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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.