ISBN: 1736633309
EAN13: 9781736633304
Language: English
Release Date: Apr 14, 2021
Pages: 244
Dimensions: 0.61" H x 9" L x 6" W
Weight: 0.95 lbs.
Format: Paperback

Continuous Discovery Habits: Discover Products that Create Customer Value and Business Value

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   Superb - this is what your product team needs (not just software)
This is the missing manual for bringing integrated UX research and customer understanding the KEY to successful products. As a long-time UX research leader, I am thrilled to see this ethic described in ways that the entire product trio, as well as other parts of the business can embrace. Ms. Torres, FANTASTIC work!
 
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   very helpful concrete advice
I am new to the lean startup concepts and want to put them into practice, though my business is 10 years old. This book tells you exactly how to begin mapping your path to improving what you offer and how to make the decisions about what to work on when. I felt quite lost before '', before I was feeling quite lost. Though I had started customer conversations, I still didn 't have any clarity. I am excited to get started focusing on the opportunities that will move my business outcome. It is all mapped out for you. They don't teach this stuff in the Lean startup or four steps to the epiphany. This is real concrete how-to. I am so excited to get started ''. Teresa, thank you Teresa.
 
5
   Great Book on Product Discovery
This is a must-read for all product owners, product managers, UX professionals and technical leads. The stories of John, so many great examples.
 
5
   My new PM bible
This book balances theory and practice better than any other book on product management that I have read. After reading each chapter, you walk away with specific suggestions, frameworks and anti-patterns that you could implement the very next day at work. It is logical, easy to read and follows a very concise structure. If you can get it paid, buy it for all your PMs, designers and dev leads.
 
5
   Easy to Follow and Digest
This was an easy read and easy to follow. I felt that the explanations and examples in the book were good and applicable. '' Definitely helpful for anyone looking to implement product discovery within their company or battling with an existing product discovery process. I definitely recommend ''.
 
5
   Great book
This is one of those books that are more valuable than once. The best book on product management I have read in a while.
 
5
   Concise, Insightful, & Groundbreaking
Together with Teresa Torres and the Product Talk team on the ProductTalk. org blog, Hope Gurion touches many of these concepts, along with Teresa Torres and the Product Talk team on the ProductTalk. org blog. Having immersed in this content and studied product outcomes training with Teresa and Hope, what surprised me about Continuous Discovery Habits '' was how they construct this amazing logical progression, tying together the key concepts in a cohesive whole, in a scant 200 pages. What really hit home for me was mapping the opportunity space and testing *assumptions* in a “compare and contrast ” fashion quickly, in lightweight ways. Truly a major contribution to product management literature, Truly.
 
5
   Bridges the gap between theory and execution.
I am a huge consumer of product management books and while there are some fantastic books out there, most are pie in the sky. The book by Teresas helped me put boots on the ground. Her techniques provided step by step instructions on how to shape a problem and how to continuously refine the teams understanding until we were left with impactful solutions, which is the really difficult part of being a PM. I now view every problem as a tree structure and evaluate trade offs as I move down the branches, also thanks to Teresa. It is not too often that you find a book that actually changes the way you think. I highly recommend this book to any individual who is looking for a great jumping off point to learn a product.
 
5
   The missing product team operating manual
There is a good amount of information out there about what good product looks like, but not too much about how to actually do it and live it from day-to-day, week-to-week. Much less usefulactionable what, lots of what. Well, not anymore. This is the missing product team operating manual that I wish someone gave me when I first got into this work. It does a beautiful job of teaching both the principles and the practices you need to grok. Do yourself, your team, your customers and your product a big favor, read the book and more importantly, put CDH into practice! Future you will be very grateful that you did.
 
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