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A Three-Question Process for Product Team Success (Pragmatic Live Transcripts)

A Three-Question Process for Product Team Success (Pragmatic Live Transcripts)

By Rebecca Kalogeris October 18, 2019

How do managers take what their teams have learned and turn it into something tangible? How do those team members take that knowledge and apply it to their roles? Lori Haakmeester of Cox Automotive joins Rebecca Kalogeris, Pragmatic Institute’s VP of Marketing and Sales to discuss her approach to creating a system of using her team’s learned skills so that it doesn’t feel like another task, and how she created a three-question process to discover the essentials of product success within their organization.
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