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Lauren Glichrist

Product Manager at Pivotal Labs.

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How to Define Your Persona (Part 2)

This post is the second in a series of blog posts that outlines a step-by-step process to define your value proposition. You can see the rest of the series or read more about what value proposition is and why you need one here: How To Define Your Value Proposition.

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What Is a Value Proposition and Why Do You Need One? (Part 1)

This is the first in a six-post series that outlines a step-by-step process to define your value proposition. You can see the rest of the series here: How To Define Your Value Proposition.

What is a Value Proposition and Why Do You Need One?

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How to Define Your Value Proposition

In 2014, Pivotal Labs hosted over 50 sessions of Product Office Hours, an hour of free advice to help entrepreneurs and founding teams get unstuck.

Before hosting a team for a working session, we ask the same question: what’s the one thing keeping you up at night?

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Get Comfortable Shipping Imperfect Products (Lean Startup Conference 2014)

This year, I had the pleasure of speaking at the Lean Startup Conference.

I spoke about the difficulties we all face when getting a product out the door — namely, that we are worried we won’t get it right the first time, and that our reputation is therefore on the line.

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Find Us at Lean Startup Conference, Learn Lean 101, and Get Comfortable Shipping Imperfect Products

Companies large and small are looking to innovate for growth, and the Lean Start Up Conference is an epicenter for sharing the knowledge and experience of getting new products to market. In this post, presenter and Pivotal Product Manager, Lauren Gilchrist, shares the lessons learned on her talk about the fear of shipping imperfect products and outlines the other places you can find us, including our all-day workshop.

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When Users Miss The Front Door

How Our Free Office Hours Helped weeSpring Convert Organic Traffic into Repeat Users

What’s the hardest thing about becoming a new mom? According to Ally Downey, it was knowing what to buy. “The first time I walked into a Babies R Us, I burst into tears,” she said.

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How To Help Users Achieve Their Goals

Recently, I was speaking to a Pivotal designer who, in his spare time, has been re-vamping an informational site for WAYK (Where are Your Keys?). WAYK is a language game created by Evan Gardner which helps individuals rapidly learn a new language.

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