Short answer: Both require you articulate product strategies (problems to be solved), metrics (lead indicators), then guess which projects will move your metrics, over time. Choose what works for you.
Short answer: Identify your high-level engagement metric, form hypotheses about how you will improve it, then identify a proxy metric for each of these…
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Short answer: Focus on strategy, building out the product team, and accelerating the pace of product development to ensure faster learning.
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How did you decide whether you were a starter, builder or super-scaler? How do you decide which company you want to join? Do you ever consider trading …
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Short answer: On a NOLS climbing expedition in Alaska I learned a lot about leadership-- staying positive, taking on risk, being a servant leader, and …
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Short answer: Position yourself clearly & make sure your cover letter, resume & LinkedIn profile tell a consistent story about who you are & what you s…
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Short answer: Have a conversation with a peer or mentor then dig deeper by using the C.A.M.P model to diagnose what's going on.
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Short answer: Experiment to see what works for you, but here's my management system to ensure high-level alignment and crisp execution across the produ…
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