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Iteration rules product development, but it isn’t enough to produce dramatic results. This book champions Radical Product Thinking, a systematic methodology for building visionary, game-changing products.

Methodologies such as Lean and Agile have democratized innovation by teaching us to harness the power of iteration to innovate faster, but our ability to set a clear destination hasn't kept up with the pace. When we iterate without a clear vision or strategy, our products become bloated, fragmented, and driven by irrelevant metrics. They catch “product diseases” that are often fatal to true innovation.

In Radical Product Thinking (RPT), product development is led by the vision for the change it’s intended to create. This methodology helps leaders reimagine the problems they face and align their team to find creative solutions using five elements: Vision, Strategy, Prioritization, Execution, and Culture. R. Dutt guides listeners through these elements so they develop a clear process for achieving their desired change, incorporate it into daily activities, and turn RPT skills into muscle memory.

This book gives organizations a repeatable model for building vision-driven products by helping us systematically translate vision and strategy into everyday actions so our product becomes a vehicle for creating the change we want to see in the world. Dutt shows us that you don’t have to be a natural-born visionary to produce extraordinary results.

©2021 R. Dutt (P)2021 R. Dutt

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  • 07-06-22

Inspiring

Finally a fresh view about the importance of vision driving the product planning, building towards something that makes an impact.

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  • 26-04-22

Inspiring and insightful with engaging narration

A product book not just for product managers, with a responsible approach to designing solutions

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  • madhukar kumar singh
  • 13-02-22

An ethical guide for product management

very well organized and touched pretty much every area that may be needed. I finished start to end in one day .. I enjoyed a lot and got some pointer to keep in mind.

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  • JV in FL
  • 17-12-21

Perfect for any team or entrepreneur

Loved it. The information provided had my creative wheels turning A must read for anyone wanting to start a business to solve a problem.

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  • 13-10-21

Deep understanding

I appreciate this book so much that I had a conversation with the author. I recommend this book for DEI folks, system thinking folks, Lean thinking folks. Agile folks. I read the book and processed the content through the following lens. vision is our collective humanity and beloved community - we are the radical product.