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PRODUCT LOVE PODCAST, brought to you by ProductCraft Episode 140 MORE EPISODES Radhika Dutt, author of Radical Product Thinking

On this episode of Product Love, I sat down with Radhika Dutt, author of Radical Product Thinking. We explored a new product methodology and the ethics of product management.

PRODUCT LOVE PODCAST, brought to you by ProductCraft Episode 139 MORE EPISODES Nash, CEO and co-founder of Integry

On this week's episode, I sat down with the CEO and co-founder of Integry, Nash, to talk about integrations.

PRODUCT LOVE PODCAST, brought to you by ProductCraft Episode 138 MORE EPISODES Kristen Berman, CEO and co-founder of Irrational Labs

On this episode of Product Love, I sat down with Kristen Berman, the CEO, and co-founder of Irrational Labs. Irrational Labs is a behavioral science consulting and design group that helps marketers and product managers assess their products. Naturally, we talked a lot about behavioral science. Understanding the customer comes with the product manager role, but applying a psychology lens will help unlock deeper insights.

PRODUCT LOVE PODCAST, brought to you by ProductCraft Episode 138 MORE EPISODES Lawrence Huang, VP of Product at Cisco Meraki

On this episode of Lawrence Huang, we dive into post-acquisition product cultures, building great product teams that can scale, and how to actually build products that serve enterprise users well.

PRODUCT LOVE PODCAST, brought to you by ProductCraft Episode 136 MORE EPISODES Amir Salihefendić, CEO and founder of Doist

In this episode, we talked about the role of product at Doist, asynchronous remote work, and metrics. Amir is a huge believer in curating time to do deep, meaningful work. And sometimes, that means transforming the way we work.