terça-feira, novembro 29, 2016

Intercom on Jobs-to-be-Done (parte I)

Uma série de sublinhados que retirei da leitura inicial de 'Intercom on Jobs-to-be-Done'.

"It’s easier to make things people want, than it is to make people want things. The challenge for any company is to understand what products are currently serving those needs, and improve upon that.
products don’t match people; they match problems.
We learned early the outcome a person wants is much more important than the person themselves.
By focusing on the job and the context of customers, you can develop and market products well-tailored to what customers are already trying to do.
Some products are better defined by the job they do than the customers they serve.
when you’re thinking about competitors, it’s best to ignore product categories and instead ask yourself who else is fighting for that same job."

Depois de ler Alan Klement isto já não é novidade. No entanto, é sempre bom mergulhar neste paradigma que ajuda a olhar para os desafios sob uma nova perspectiva.

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