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How would you beat Airbnb with Jobs-To-Be-Done

 

In this latest episode of the How Would You Beat podcast, we looked at how companies can beat Airbnb. For a little bit of perspective, as of late May 2022, Airbnb has a market cap of about 73..

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How would you beat Twitter with Jobs-To-Be-Done

 

In this latest episode of the How Would You Beat podcast, we looked at how companies might take share from Twitter and more specifically, how could Twitter beat itself in order to grow faster. The..

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How would you beat Peloton with Jobs-To-Be-Done

 

In this latest episode of the How Would You Beat podcast, we looked at how companies in the fitness industry - or even the larger health industry - can beat Peloton’s highest point of success and..

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How would you beat lead scoring with Jobs-To-Be-Done

 

In this latest episode of the How Would You Beat podcast, we looked at how companies can improve their lead scoring tactics. The conversation opened up other relevant lines of thought, such as..

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How Would You Beat Your Equity Value?

 

In this latest episode of the How Would You Beat podcast, we looked at how companies can beat their equity value multiple. We explored the connection between the value of a company’s equity and..

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How Would You Beat Your Ideas?

 

In this latest episode of the How Would You Beat podcast, we looked at how companies and teams can beat their own product ideas. We explored questions like “How can you come up with even better..

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How Would You Beat? with Guest Christian Crumlish

 

In our latest episode of the How Would You Beat podcast, we were joined by UX and product management veteran, Christian Crumlish. Christian has led organizations and been an individual contributor..

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How We Used JTBD to Analyze Apple's Worth

 

Way back in 2014, we tried to analyze Apple using Jobs-to-be-Done theory and basic company valuation methods to figure out how much Apple was worth. At the time, Apple's market cap was $452..

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How Would You Beat? with Guest Steven Johnson

In our latest episode of How Would You Beat?, we were joined by Steven Johnson. Steven is the best-selling author of 13 books about the history of innovation, including Where Good Ideas Come From..

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Using JTBD in Large, Distributed Environments

Jay Haynes, founder and CEO of thrv, recently sat down and spoke with Phil Terry, founder of Collaborative Gain as part of a product talk. The talk was focused on the jobs-to-be-done (JTBD) framework

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