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4 Steps to Successful Product Teams

4 Steps to Successful Product Teams

* This podcast was captured during our recent webinar (4 Steps to Successful Product Teams).

Your business depends on the ability of your product teams to identify the products customers want to buy and then bring them to market successfully. But how do you build and motivate your product team so that everyone functions and performs at their highest capacity?

Kirsten Butzow, product veteran, industry thought leader and instructor at Pragmatic Marketing, will share the four major steps to take in order to transform your product team into a well-oiled machine which develops and markets successful products. Kirsten will show how you can leverage the Pragmatic Marketing Framework for each of these four steps to achieve optimal team performance.

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Hosted by Jon Torrens, expert communication coach.

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