All posts filed under: product management

Product & Research at Strings

After extended conversations, I was recently asked to join Strings to help build a new content publishing and social media platform. It’s an opportunity for me to help inform and build the product roadmap — based largely on entirely new user research — at a consumer app startup. It’s critical to understand who users are, […]

Building Product at Cole

The Cole Group is an executive recruiting firm that places CMOs and CROs at high-growth, VC-backed companies. I previously led product there. When I was first approached about a job, it was to address a specific challenge: clients were often slow to make a hire. Few CEOs have made such an important hire before and, […]

Feature Prioritization Frameworks

As a former industry analyst, I have an affinity for–and have created my fair share of–frameworks. A good framework should make intuitive what is otherwise complex and difficult to communicate. It should also be actionable in a way that provides value. Feature prioritization is one of the most important parts of product management, yet can […]