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Heather Samarin

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TEI 327: How product managers can make better products – with Heather Samarin & Vidya Dinamani

Product Mastery Now for Product Managers, Innovators, and Leaders

Pillars and practices for product managers to deeply understand their customers’ problems I am changing the name of the podcast to Product Mastery Now. The new name is coming soon.  You don’t need to do anything to keep listening, but it will show in your podcast player not as The Everyday Innovator™ but as Product […]


22 Mar 2021

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The Heather Samarin Hypothesis: Customer-Driven Organizations Develop Products People Actually Want

The Product Science Podcast

Heather Samarin is the co-founder of Product Rebels and has over 17 years of experience in design, development, and management of customer experiences. She has held multiple product executive roles for successful companies like Intuit. With Vidya Dinamani, she co-wrote Groundwork: Get Better at Making Better Products. In this episode of the Product Science Podcast, we cover how to conduct scrappy research, improve your organization’s usage of personas, and get buy-in from business leaders. Read the show notes to learn more: https://h2rproductscience.com/ep322-heather-samarin


16 Feb 2021

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#GirlsWhoProduct with Heather Samarin, Founder & Partner @ Product Rebels


Heather Samarin, Rebel Leader for ProductRebels.com, has over 17 years of experience in the trenches; delighting customers through the design, development, and management of kick-ass customer experiences within both B2B and B2C marketing and product management. She's held the customer flag from both senior and C-Level roles at start-ups within the social gaming and healthcare markets where she led product strategy and new product development. In this interview to Productized, Heather shares her experience in coaching product managers and opens the secret doors to a successful career.Listen to this interview and discover why change is better than stability.


4 Dec 2019