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  • Continuous Discovery Habits

  • Discover Products That Create Customer Value and Business Value
  • De : Teresa Torres
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  • Durée : 7 h et 9 min
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    Description

    How do you know that you are making a product or service that your customers want? How do you ensure that you are improving it over time? How do you guarantee that your team is creating value for your customers in a way that creates value for your business?

    In this audiobook, you'll learn a structured and sustainable approach to continuous discovery that will help you answer each of these questions, giving you the confidence to act while also preparing you to be wrong. You'll learn to balance action with doubt so that you can get started without being blindsided by what you don't get right. If you want to discover products that customers love—that also deliver business results—this audiobook is for you.

    About the author:

    Teresa Torres is an internationally acclaimed author, speaker, and coach. She teaches a structured and sustainable approach to continuous discovery that helps product teams infuse their daily product decisions with customer input. She’s coached hundreds of teams at companies of all sizes, from early-stage start-ups to global enterprises, in a variety of industries. She has taught over 8,500 product people discovery skills through the Product Talk Academy.

    ©2021 Teresa Torres (P)2022 Teresa Torres

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    • Ken Wells
    • 25/09/2022

    The title is confusing. Great content inside.

    To me this book feels like the 2nd half of "The Lean Startup" (another confusing title) and is just about as exciting provides a great deal of clarity and fine tuning with methods that have been oversimplified or bastardized (like the term MVP).

    Also, I'm reminded of flipping things around for a more accurate picture. For example "The customer does not want a quarter inch drill. They want a quarter inch hole.“

    Some years ago I learned the difference between features and benefits. Features are in the product. Benefits are in the customer's mind.

    As Teresa points out, in software, the customer does not want your product, they want what they can do with your product. "I got my taxes done!"

    This book has earned a couple more reads from me, so get your own.

    As an interaction designer, I expect this will help use outputs to create OUTCOMES. I just beed the other two in my trio.

    OUTCOMES! OUTCOMES! OUTCOMES!

    "It's not a car, it's a driving experience."

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    • Adrian Carabias
    • 19/01/2023

    Great first 3-5 chapters. Super repetitive moving forward

    I’d recommend this book to anyone who’s STARTING in their PM journey. It really covers a ton of good aspects.

    HOWEVER, if you’ve read Inspired by Marty Cagan, you will find that after chapter 3 or 5, everything becomes super repetitive.

    I loved the OST framework and have used it. Super good, and really the jewel on this book. However, there’s a ton of unnecessary and unrelated examples or rhetoric questions that simply add pages and don’t add value.

    My advice? Buy the printer version for review. Read the first 5 chapters and then avoid being OCD about reading the rest of the book.

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    • Jessica Speigel
    • 15/01/2023

    Practical application of user-centered design within product teams.

    Fantastic tactical applications of user-centered design techniques within cross functional product teams.

    My only critique would be not acknowledging the source of many of the principles until 3/4 of the way through the book, but it’s very forgivable if it gets product teams actually doing and acting on discovery.

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    • Utilisateur anonyme
    • 10/01/2023

    Amazing book that helps you avoid bias

    pros
    very clear
    easy to follow
    amazing content
    high impact

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    hard to listen to without having graphics on hand

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    • Harutyun Baghdasaryan
    • 07/01/2023

    Must if you feel in charge for the product

    Anyone who feels in charge of the product development should be aware of these concepts.

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    • Keith Vorderbruggen
    • 18/12/2022

    Recommend

    This book has a number of great ideas and plenty of guidance on implementing it.

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    • orad
    • 14/12/2022

    This is a must!

    For all you product managers out there, this is a MUST book for you. Can't wait to see how can we implement the ideas im this book into our day-to-day activities

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    • Jonathan McCoy
    • 12/12/2022

    Excellent review of practices for discovery

    The book provides a very helpful explanation and clarification of the concepts in Marty Cagan’s book Inspired

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    • Suzanne B
    • 07/12/2022

    Teresa Torres does consistently great work with strong insight

    Teresa Torres stands up there with Marty Cagan and Melissa Perri when it comes to product expertise and thought leadership. This is a must-read for Product Managers, Engineers, Designers and technology leaders overall.

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    • Utilisateur anonyme
    • 27/11/2022

    Very interesting instrument each product manager should have

    I liked structure and the author reading the book. A bit hard to remember all the information from the book, but if there was a narrative about a hero along the book would help me to keep in mind what came when

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    • Wolfgang
    • 29/11/2022

    Good content, but a painfully scratchy voice

    The author reveals countless useful insights. She does know what she is talking about, 100%. But it is not always the best idea, if the author reads her book by herself.

    This mentioned, I want to state that even this did not hinder me, listening every single sentence. It's worth it.