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Jobs-to-be-Done Radio

By The Re-Wired Group

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Description

Bob Moesta and Chris Spiek apply the Jobs-to-be-Done Innovation Framework to current hot topics related to product design, marketing, business strategy, and technology. Tune in for a tactician's view of how the Jobs-to-be-Done Framework is applied to every-day business challenges.

Customer Reviews

Great content, poor audio quality

I love the content this podcast provides, so much thoughtful insight into how human behavior and decision making influences business.

Three stars because of the audio quality. Several of the episodes are nearly unlistenable, it really needs a higher production level to be enjoyable.

Love the content but the audio is garbage

I really like listening to everything these guys have to say, and the interviews are super insightful. But the audio quality is horrible. There are funny sounds and static, and generally bad recording quality. I can’t put my headphones in my ears and then pipe this stuff into my head. It’s too much.

These guys should be a little more respectful of their audience and take a little time to improve the quality of the audio. It can’t be that hard.

seems too obvious to podcast about

I've listened to three of these, and they are boring. They just talk about the steps you have to do when you're getting started with a project. I learned nothing in any of them.
Basically, they say "What are you trying to do?" - Example: Get more customers.
"How will you do it?" - Response. Contact people in the industry and ask them what their pain points are, talk to others in similar industries.
Ugh, my 19 year wouldn't benefit from this obvious chatter.

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