Radhika Dutt is an entrepreneur and product leader who has participated in four acquisitions as a result of the products she built; two of these were companies she founded.
Radhika advises organizations from high-tech startups to government agencies on building radical products (ones that create a fundamental change instead of optimizing the status quo). She co-founded Radical Product Thinking as a movement of leaders creating vision-driven change. Radhika graduated from MIT with an SB and M.Eng in Electrical Engineering, and speaks nine languages while learning her tenth. You can follow her on her Medium publication, Radical Product, or LinkedIn.
Radical Product Thinking: How To Build World-Changing Products By Iterating Less And Achieving More
The mantras of product development today are iterate quickly, fail fast, learn fast. But even when we’re doing all the right things (being Lean and Agile to iterate based on customer feedback), often products become bloated, fragmented, directionless, and driven by irrelevant metrics.
Radhika will talk about where iteration goes wrong and why Lean and Agile fall short when we want to build radical products that fundamentally change the status quo.
You’ll learn: How to diagnose the most common product diseases and overcome them. Most importantly, you’ll take away practical tools that you can apply to build world-changing products by iterating less and achieving more.