10 November – 1 December
|Session One (2 hours)||10 November 2021||11:00 – 13:00 ET / 16:00 – 18:00 GMT||Join the Zoom call|
|Group exercise session||Book directly with Radhika||Book via Calendly|
|Wrap up Session (2 hours)||1 December 2021||9am-1pm ET / 14:00 – 16:00 GMT||Join the Zoom call|
Read the following three blog posts:
- Vision: How to craft a compelling vision Read now
- Sustainability: Surviving long enough to achieve your vision Read now
- Vision debt: A hidden danger when setting priorities. Read now
Reflections from last week:
- Edit your Radical Vision Statement based on the feedback.
- Write your Survival Statement to articulate the risk you identified and how you’ll mitigate it.
- Think of 2-3 features or opportunities – how would you place them on the Vision vs. Survival rubric?
- What were your key learnings from writing a vision this way and sharing priorities on the Vision vs. Survival rubric?
Preparation for the next session (Dec 1st):
- Start to think about your RDCL Strategy for the next session on Dec 1:
- Real pain points: Think about the personas you’re targeting. What are their real pain points, i.e. what is the pain that makes them engage with your product?
- Design: What’s the solution for those pain points?
- Capabilities: What’s the special sauce you need to deliver on the promise of the design (technology, IP, partnerships, etc).
- Logistics: How will you deliver this solution to the customer? What’s your pricing model, sales channel, support and training plan.
Who is Radhika Dutt?
Radhika Dutt is the author of the upcoming book Radical Product Thinking: The New Mindset for Innovating Smarter. She is an entrepreneur and product leader who has participated in four acquisitions, two of which were companies that she founded. She is currently Advisor on Product Thinking to the Monetary Authority of Singapore, Singapore’s financial regulator and central bank. She also teaches entrepreneurship and innovation at Northeastern’s D’Amore McKim School of Business, and is an advisor to several startups. Dutt co-founded Radical Product Thinking as a movement of leaders creating vision-driven change and is a frequent speaker at business events and conferences around the world. She serves on the board of the Association of Product Professionals. She graduated from MIT with an SB and M.Eng in Electrical Engineering, and speaks nine languages, currently learning her tenth.