People Driven Products
Join Sprig CEO, Ryan Glasgow, as he discusses how to make products people love with product leaders from some of the world's fastest growing and most successful tech companies.
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GitHub: Healing "Papercuts" with Luke Hefson
In this episode, GitHub’s Senior Product Manager, Luke Hefson, shares the importance of prioritizing fixes to the small, annoying “papercuts” within your product experience in order to maintain an engaged and loyal following.
Marty Cagan on becoming a truly agile team
In this episode, Marty Cagan defines the true meaning of “agility” and how product teams can work together to deliver innovative solutions to customer problems.
OfferUp: Progress your career by thinking like an entrepreneur with Vlad Gasan
In this episode, Vlad Gasan shares how product managers can tap into their “entrepreneurial spirit” in order to unlock a unique product vision and progress their careers.
Productboard: What it really means to be customer-centric with SK
In this episode of People Driven Products, Productboard’s VP of Product, Srinivas Krishnamurti, defines what it really means to be “customer-centric” and shares tactical strategies on how to ensure you are striking the right balance between building for existing and prospective customers.
Wise: Creating a company culture expects “thoughtful mistakes”, with Clara Nobre, Senior PM
In this episode of People Driven Products, Clara Nobre, Senior PM at Wise, discusses the role that quantitative vs. qualitative research plays when determining how to prioritize product features.
Shift: Driving more effectiveness and productivity through empathy, with Adam Johnston, Director of Product and Design
In this episode of People Driven Products, Product and Design Director at Shift, Adam Johnston, talks about how he is driven by empathy — both for customers and his employees. His goal is to transform the car-buying experience by highlighting the customer perspective and adapting to the needs of those he works with.
Ryan Glasgow is the founder and CEO of Sprig. Prior to starting the company, Ryan was an early team member and the first product manager at five different companies that he helped scale from startup to successful exit, including Weebly, which was acquired by Square, and Vurb, which was acquired by Snapchat.
Ryan's customer-centric approach to product development fueled his success. However, while at Weebly, Ryan realized how difficult it was to obtain rich customer insights from his user base quickly enough to meet the fast pace of agile product development.
It was this pain-point that led him to start Sprig and create the first ever continuous research platform that could deliver in-depth customer insights at the speed of modern product development.