In this episode:
- History of dogfooding
- How dogfooding can benefit an organization
- Tips for engagement on dogfood testing programs
Dogfooding, Alpha Testing, Internal Employee Testing, Drinking Your Own Champagne - or how about eating your own dog food until you’re drinking your own champagne? Call it whatever you’d like, but having your employees test your own products can be a force multiplier for improving quality and ensuring a successful product launch. But where did some of these terms come from and how can they be effective within your organization?
Chris Rader, VP of Marketing at Centercode and Tim Moehring, Program Manager at Centercode walk through the interesting history of Dogfooding and explain the benefits Dogfooding has to offer to an organization.
About Our Guests
Chris Rader, VP of Marketing at Centercode is an industry veteran, helping some of the world’s top brands to build, optimize, and revitalize their customer and employee programs.
Tim Moehring, Program Manager II at Centercode has run effective, successful product tests in the Centercode Services department for Fortune 500 organizations.
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[chris_rader]: one side of thing you want to listen to that feed back want to you
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[chris_rader]: want to just talk with those people
their employes their colleagues their you know people
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[chris_rader]: that you work with and treating it
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[chris_rader]: know ou don't he time for that
or they're barking up the wrong tree
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[stefan_stenroos]: pun intended
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