“We’re looking for a head of product…” I get a lot of messages that start this way. So when I saw one in my Twitter DMs last week, I started composing my usual response. But as I was typing, another DM came through… “…but not you.” I paused. A series of messages from a former colleague came through, asking for advice in her current situation. She’s part of the leadership team at an enterprise SaaS startup, and while they have an active search for a head of product, the exec team is actively mis-aligned on why. She explained that there were 2 camps forming:
thank you. What does the last point mean- does your core motion distil into a primary loop?
The timing of this post is spot on. I was working on spot checking our strategy, literally this week. Couldn't have read this at a better time - thanks!
I just have one question -
>>how does product usage tie to a buying decision?
Could you shed more light on what you mean by this?