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The Art of Naming: How To Overcome Challenges in Naming Products, Services, and Companies

The Product Coalition

How long does it take to name a baby? And how do you go about exploring options and choosing a winning name? But naming a business, product, or service shouldn’t feel so personal, should it? Do you already have a name? The process is deeply personal, and for good reason. How do you know it’s not working?

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Work, the Future, and familiar names

The Product Bistro

Some names that came up over and over. Because of this research, I have an affinity to these names when I am reading. And one name that comes up over and over and over again is David Autor, economics at MIT. Just cool to recognize a name, and remember the prior research that lead to these posts: The Future of Work.

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How Neve Got Its Name

The Product Coalition

Learn the origin story of how the consultancy, This is Milk discovered the name of their education product, “Neve.” ” Continue reading on Product Coalition ».

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Product-Led Growth Is a Misleading Name

The Product Coalition

It’s a great model but the name is quite misleading. That’s why I named my strategic product-led growth course ‘Unboxing PLG’. Today I want to give you a sneak peek into this understanding, by talking about common misinterpretations of the name PLG, which could lead you to wrong expectations as to what you are entering yourself into.

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Data Science Fails: Building AI You Can Trust

AI has the power to transform countless industries — including the healthcare, banking, insurance, and public service sectors, to name just a few — by introducing new efficiencies and revealing new opportunities for companies to solve problems.

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Work, the Future, and familiar names

The Product Bistro

In my past research, one name has come up over and over, David Autor of MIT. The way we work, and the type of work we will do is changing.

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Dragonboat Named to Will Reed’s Top 100 Class of 2023

Dragonboat

We cannot be more thrilled to announce that for the second year in a row, Will Reed has named Dragonboat, out of 2,500+ eligible Seed and Series A B2B tech companies, an early-stage company shaping the future of workplace culture.

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Fail Well, Pivot Fast: Product Experimentation for Continuous Discovery

Speaker: William Haas Evans - Principal Consultant, Head of Product Strategy & Design Practice, Kuroshio Consulting

Lean A3, PDSA (Plan-Do-Study-Act) and the Build-Measure-Learn or Think-Make-Check loop (to name a few loops) are all learning models informed by the notion that experimentation is the fastest (and most proven) route to product-market fit and achieving sustainable organic growth.