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Going on a product hunt: Inbox by Google

This week the PM practice took a look at Inbox by Google, a brand new product aiming to change how we interact with email. First, the on-boarding process is down right amazing. If you have a Google App already on your device, it makes use of Google sign-in to streamline the process.

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Going on a product hunt: UXCam [UPDATED]

Product Hunt recently highlighted all the batch-10 startups who demoed at 500 startups demo day. The labs PM team decided to take a look at these fast moving startups and did a full review of UXCam, a SF startup aiming to democratize the UX lab.

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Going on a product hunt: Plastic Card

If you haven’t caught the other posts in this series, recently the Labs PM’s have been trying a bit of an experiment: we critique products on Product Hunt over lunch. We have started to refer to these exercises as “product hunts.” For 60 minutes, we dissect the product, business model, and technology, and throw our thoughts on mural to post here.

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Going on a product hunt: Notion

This week, the Product Manager Practice at Labs reviewed Notion, a new home management sensor and platform that promises to be open, flexible, and attainable for all. They have an extremely successful kickstarter campaign going on right now. ,

If you didn’t catch the post two weeks ago, recently the Labs PM’s have been trying a bit of an experiment: we critique products on Product Hunt over lunch.

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Going on a product hunt: Alfred

Every Wednesday, Pivotal Labs Product Managers gather over lunch. Sometimes we discuss a book we have been reading. Other times we discuss a particular client’s product and offer feedback. Recently we have been trying a bit of an experiment: we critique products on Product Hunt.

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Why executives need to embrace experimentation

Funding New Products: Why Executives Need To Embrace Experimentation

There is no question that the game has changed, and it is going to keep changing faster and faster. Making software (and recently hardware too) is easier and faster than ever before.

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