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Sense and Respond: How Successful Organizations Listen to Customers and Create New Products Continuously Hardcover – 1 March 2017

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  • ASIN : 1633691888
  • Publisher : Harvard Business Review Press (1 March 2017)
  • Language : English
  • Hardcover : 272 pages
  • ISBN-10 : 9781633691889
  • ISBN-13 : 978-1633691889
  • Dimensions : 16.51 x 2.54 x 24.13 cm
  • Customer Reviews:
    4.7 out of 5 stars 84 ratings

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ADVANCE PRAISE for Sense and Respond:

Eric Ries, author, The Lean Startup--
"The authors' ideas--from the continuous two-way conversation we should be having with customers to the concept of 'learning forward' in order to forge ahead despite uncertainty--provide a crucial framework for the modern world of business. With fascinating case studies and practical advice, Sense and Respond shows how to take the structures and methods of software companies and apply them to organizations of all kinds and sizes."

Rita Gunther McGrath, Professor of Management, Columbia Business School; author, The End of Competitive Advantage--
"Gothelf and Seiden starkly highlight that our twentieth-century management systems and practices simply cannot function in a world of constant change. In this insightful and practical book, they provide crucial principles and techniques for becoming a 'sense and respond' organization."

Noelle Eder, Executive Vice President, Card Customer Experience and Operations, Capital One--
"Sense and Respond offers compelling, real-world examples and practical advice on what I've seen firsthand: how implementing agile practices and fully embracing a test-and-learn approach to innovation can drive results and create new opportunities--regardless of the industry you work in."

Alan Cooper, Software Alchemist; coauthor, About Face: The Essentials of Interaction Design--
"The significant challenge of the digital age isn't technology or design or agile methods. Rather it is understanding how to integrate these things into commerce. This demands approaches to organization and leadership that are qualitatively different from conventional ones. Gothelf and Seiden lay out a clear-sighted blueprint for success."

Greg Petroff, Chief Experience Officer, GE Digital--
"Sense and Respond vividly illustrates a new world, where products get built dramatically differently and faster than in the past. Gothelf and Seiden show how companies that learn to sense, understand, and respond to customers in real time can leverage this new world to deliver breakout products of their own."

Nick Rockwell, Chief Technology Officer, New York Times--
"Gothelf and Seiden translate and transport the essence of agile thinking from software development into the heart of the business. Their message is timely, as most companies are missing the boat on what is truly important about agile. Sense and Respond provides exactly the guidance we need to get back on the right path."

About the Author

Jeff Gothelf is a lean-thinking and design evangelist, spreading the gospel of great team collaboration, product innovation, and evidence-based decision making. He is an author, speaker, and thought leader on the future of product development and design, often teaching workshops or giving talks on building cultures that support teamwork and innovation. Earlier in his career, Jeff led the UX design teams at TheLadders and Web Trends. He also worked with and led small teams of software designers at AOL. Find Jeff Gothelf at: jeffgothelf.com/blog/#sthash.u778LREd.dpbs, jeffgothelf.com/blog/about/#sthash.QeHExuty.dpbs, and linkedin.com/in/gothelf, and follow on Twitter @jboogie.

Josh Seiden is a designer, consultant, and coach who helps companies create new digital products and services. In his 25-year career he’s worked with start-ups, large organizations, and enterprises of all sizes, whether in Silicon Valley or on Wall Street. He is a founder and past President of the Interaction Design Association. Find Josh at: joshuaseiden.com, joshuaseiden.com/blog/portfolio/, and linkedin.com/in/jseiden, and follow on Twitter @jseiden.

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5.0 out of 5 stars A game changer; take hold of your own destiny and build the products that your customers need before someone else does!
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