Jim coaches Product leaders and teams in early stage startups, tech companies and Fortune 100 corporations. He is a Silicon Valley veteran having sold a company and gone IPO along with some false starts.
He graduated from Stanford University with a BS in Computer Science and currently lectures in Product Management at the University of California at Berkeley.
There's no point creating something that no one wants...yet, many teams skip doing Product Discovery with customers. I explain how to take smart risks during Discovery that can extract deeper insights from users. The focus is on concrete tips to craft and design experiments that make for more actionable user interviews that are quicker to deploy and analyze.