Are you laser-focused on the largest opportunities to launch high-growth products?

If you’re like most startup founders and product leaders, you probably feel like you have an endless to-do list, and you’re never quite sure if you’re spending your time on the right things. Everyone’s constantly busy, but it feels like a grind.

I’ve been there. But after working on dozens of product launches over a decade in tech startups, I’ve learned what works and what doesn’t. I’ve helped early-stage startups like The Lean Startup Company and Plectica, high growth companies like MediaMath and Shutterstock, and enterprises like Weight Watchers and Toys “R” Us figure out which product growth opportunities they should pursue and build the teams to deliver on their goals.

Through these experiences I have learned a repeatable process to launch successful products, develop top teams, and build a sustainable, scaled organization. People have more choices today than ever before, so it focuses on creating experiences they want to be a part of. Our world changes fast, so it focuses on rapid customer feedback and tight learning loops. At its core, it’s about finding people’s pains and developing effective solutions for their problems.

I call it Product Science, and I’m on a mission to teach it to everyone who wants to build high-growth products and great customer-focused organizations.

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We learn best when we learn together. These live sessions combine compelling stories and practical exercises that will arm you with inspiration and useful frameworks.

Coaching

Imagine what you could do with a personal guide to help you grow your product or team. Holly and her team work 1-on-1 with select startup founders and product leaders looking to accelerate their growth.

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We partner with clients to develop high-impact experimentation with a keen understanding of how it will help your business grow – and how to make sure it’s well-received.

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A few months ago I was lucky enough to sit in on Holly Hester-Reilly’s Data Driven Product Decisions workshop, and I just HAVE to spread the word about this!

Every company wants to be “customer driven” but it’s easier said than done. Holly and her team have created a fool-proof system for building great products and working with stakeholders.

I left the workshop energized and full of ideas and new perspectives, which has helped my business grow exponentially in 2019. This workshop will pay for itself.

I especially liked how Holly broke the guidelines of her product opportunity assessment process down into digestible chunks for the break out sessions and built them back up together in the discussion with the other workshop attendees. I also liked the format of a case study with her work at Shutterstock as examples. Felt free but not scary!

I met Holly when I was seeking a product management job. Holly’s insights helped me to land a Technical PM position this year. Big thank you to her for being a true product leader!

Data-Driven Product Decisions is the kind of workshop I’d do on my own, even if my company doesn’t sponsor me. The workshop was structured well, dividing us into groups, having us work silently and then collaboratively. We were constantly building on top of the previous work. I found it very useful!  I think it would also be beneficial for strategists and product marketing managers.

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