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100 Product Managers Interview with Arshad Wala from Digitalworks

Nov 15, 2016

Episode 16: “Always Be in Your MVP” with Arshad Wala, Digitalworks

By: Suzanne Abate @suzanneabate

Arshad Wala isn't shy about what he thinks is right and which ideas are dumb.

"I don't know if it works or not. What I do know is that I'll prove it to you if it works or not."

I'm sitting with Arshad in a top secret location, where his company Digitalworks has been contracted to reimagine a high growth mobile application.

Arshad is a big proponent of an experimental, minimal waste approach to finding product-market fit. Perhaps moreso than even Eric Ries, who first coined the term the Minimum Viable Product in his book The Lean Startup.

In this episode Arshad shares his frontline growth hacking tips and some brutal advice for all product founders (hint: don't fall in love with your own solution).

There's a lot of laughs, a lot of truth telling and tons of great ideas including:

  • How to build for speed and for scale
  • How to master UX Design in 30 minutes
  • How to apply Agile to romantic relationships

Press play below to start listening or subscribe to the show on iTunes and listen on your commute!


Digitalworks - An Innovation and Design Consulting Firm

Digitalworks takes a human-centered, design-based approach to helping organizations innovate and grow. At Digitalworks, all work is done in consideration of the capabilities of clients and the needs of their customers. The goal is to deliver appropriate, actionable, and tangible strategies. The result: new avenues for growth that are grounded in business viability and market desirability.

100 Product Managers began with a mission to interview one hundred active product managers in Los Angeles - from startups to enterprise. We didn't realize we were also pioneering the web's first consolidated and comprehensive resource for product management topics.