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Forte Connect #4: Maintaining product vision through challenging times

Decision-making is difficult enough during “normal times.” But in challenging times, big decisions bring potentially bigger consequences.

In this week’s Forte Connect, we discuss ways product leaders can execute and maintain their product vision—even through challenging or uncertain times. We’re joined by Nimesh Patel, Chief Technology and Product Officer at cohesion, an intelligent building platform. Nimesh shares his advice on decision-making, taking risks, and the strategy behind products that solve real-world problems.

We’re joined once again by our Forte Group team: C.J. Montano, Partner and Managing Director at Forte Group, and Kiersten Lyng, Senior Account Executive, Strategic Partnerships. The group shares their thoughts on the future of remote work, whether leaders should pivot their product strategy, and how organizations should approach risk-taking at the moment.

Plus, we share our top shows of quarantine.

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Steve Brown

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Steve is a writer and editor who works with Forte Group’s practice leads to share our insights on best practices, tips, and trends in software design and development.

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