Andrew Chen’s Traction Treadmill and Why His Good Advice Is So Hard to FollowSeptember 2, 2021
10 Lessons on Making SoftwareAugust 19, 2021
How narrow should an initial customer segment be?June 25, 2021
Dual-Path Careers for PMs (and Designers)June 11, 2021
Luck, bias, and dumb mental shortcutsMay 14, 2021
Tactic: Diverge and ConvergeMay 10, 2021
I’ve spent over 25 years building new companies and products as a founder, CEO, CPO, advisor and investment banker. Currently, I'm doing a mix of consulting, teaching, and writing. A new initiative is Product Case Camp, where I meet with small groups of senior product leaders on a weekly basis for case-based learning. Most recently, I was the Chief Product Officer at Meetup. All opinions and writing on this site are my own.
My award-winning books are used by entrepreneurs and innovation teams around the world to improve how they learn from customers and vet their ideas.
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“Talking to Humans is the perfect complement to the existing body of work on customer development. If you are teaching entrepreneurship or running a startup accelerator, you need to make it required reading for your students and teams. I have.” — Steve Blank
Celebrating our award from the National Science Foundation for Talking to Humans