What is Product Case Camp?
It's a program where product leaders come together in small, private groups for an hour each week to run through realistic business scenarios where you have to make difficult decisions based on incomplete information (i.e. case-based learning). The goal is to improve judgement and decision making, learn from peers in a safe environment, and expand our perspectives.
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Who is this for?
Leaders from product management, engineering, and design may apply. Other backgrounds are accepted on a case-by-case basis. The cohorts are split into two separate levels:
- Executive: experienced executives who want to continue to push their first-principles thinking with their peers
- Director: senior talent seeking to make the transition to the executive suite.
Depending on demand, we may split cohorts based on startup vs scaling/at-scale interests.
Who runs the program?
Giff Constable (blog) leads the sessions. Giff ran product and engineering at companies like Meetup, Axial, and the Electric Sheep Company. He was the CEO of global innovation consulting company Neo (acquired by Pivotal). He is a professor at NYU's Stern School of Business, teaching product management, and is the author of acclaimed books on research and experiments: Talking to Humans and Testing with Humans.