The Caroline Rose Hypothesis: Absolutely Everybody Should Be Involved In Discovery Research

In this episode of the Product Science Podcast, we cover Caroline’s career in product, how she uses story telling to align different teams, how to get buy in for continuous experimentation at companies large and small, and how even a failed experiment can yield positive results. Read More

The Janel Wellborn Hypothesis: Teams Should Celebrate Learning Fast, Not Failing Fast

In this episode of the Product Science Podcast, we cover Janel’s journey into product working at large retailers like the Gap & Macy’s, transitioning from waterfall to agile. We also cover how to iterate behavioral changes in an organization, and how to embrace quick failed experiments to help build the right products. Read More

The Giff Constable Hypothesis: Efficient Teams Learn Before They Build

In this episode of the Product Science Podcast, we cover Paypal’s transition from Waterfall to Agile and how to manage high performing teams. We also cover how to be a product manager without an engineering degree, and how to use active listening to empower teams by asking the right questions. Read More