1.0 Strategy course - Released
Getting a fundamental understanding about strategy crash course
Finished the first part of my Innovation and finding the product-market fit course. It deals with “Strategy”
In this 7 parts video series, you should get a fundamental understanding of what Strategy is, how it’s structured and for whom it is communicated.
As usual, I’m grateful for any criticism and feedback you might have. Please let me know how I can make this better and reshare it if you feel like it has value:
Link to the entire playlist: https://youtube.com/playlist?list=PLdMv_F4eQpR2i0i2qAT2wlmY3wDbVDRMX
1.2 Form & Principles
1.3 Market Analysis - Trends
1.4 Internal Analysis
1.5 Vision & Ambition
1.6 Bringing it together
Thank you so much for engaging with all this material. If you feel it’s worth it please reshare it with your network and let me know what I can do better as we continue with this fascinating topic of Innovation!
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This is great!
Thanks so much for sharing the content here with everyone.
Just a few thoughts -
1. For ex: Is it possible to define what exactly does 'strategy mean'? Everyone has different answers for it and so, I felt including that initially will have a clear understanding of the rest of the content.
2. Re: different topics under strategy: Good to see 'how', 'when' Q's being answered, but I'm slightly confused on connecting those dots at the end. For ex, what are the steps that I need to take in such that I cover all these points while building a strategy rather than thinking about these individual topics and getting lost in it.
Hey Leah - thanks for sharing this (and all the other thought leadership content)! Just one piece of feedback - Currenty, there is a lot of academic material on what strategy is, how to build it, inputs, etc. But most of them operate only at a theory level and never bring them home with examples. My suggestion to you (and other product leaders) is this - Back any concept up with real, vivid examples and case studies. Maybe talk about how you formulated a B2B PLG strategy and executed on it in a previous or current role. This is more valuable than most of the academic stuff one can find on linkedin, substack and other places. Thanks!