I’m very excited to share with you my interview on the popular “IoT Podcast” with Stacey Higginbotham. We had a great conversation on what it takes to bring IoT products to market and how to tackle some of the most common challenges IoT product companies face today.
This interview series is an opportunity to have 1-on-1 sessions with top Product Leaders from around the world. I hope you enjoy the series and that you learn as much as I have from these amazing mentors.
I recently spoke at the Enterprise IoT Summit in Austin, Texas. It was a great event that brought together IoT thought leaders from around the country, as well as product and business leaders from companies working on industrial and enterprise IoT applications.
Below is a link to view the recording of my talk, which focused on how to create a strong end-to-end strategy for IoT products.
I explain the top three strategic pitfalls I see companies of all sizes falling into today:
- Not addressing a real customer pain
- Lack of focus on the company’s core strengths
- Making inconsistent decisions across the end-to-end product
Check out the video to see my recommendations on how to avoid those pitfalls and ensure you have a strong strategy for your product.
Watch the talk (26 mins): “Creating a Strong Strategy for End-to-End IoT Products”.
If you enjoyed this talk, I’d really appreciate if you share it with your network!
I had the opportunity to be a guest in the popular podcast “This is Product Management”. Mike Fishbein and I had a great conversation on the challenges Product Managers face when building IoT products. I also answer one of the top questions I get: “How do I get into IoT Product Management?”
In this ProductTank San Francisco talk, I describe the complexities of managing an Internet of Things (IoT) product, and walk you through my IoT Decision Framework.
I recently had the pleasure of being interviewed by Ravi Kumar for his podcast series on Product Management. The interview revolved around feature prioritization and the 4 pillars of product leadership. Enjoy!
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