Wed, Mar 08|
How to take the customer perspective
In this conversation between Jim Kalbach and Beat Walther, two proven tools for framing the Job-to-be-done will be introduced and compared: Jim’s JTBD Canvas 2.0 and Vendbridge’s JTBD Hierarchy.
Time & Location
Mar 08, 2023, 5:30 PM – 6:30 PM GMT+1
About the event
Companies work on many growth initiatives such as new product development, innovation, UX projects, etc. It’s clear that the success of these initiatives depends on how well they meet the needs of the users and customers.
Jobs-to-be-done (JTBD) is the most powerful framework to take the true outside-in perspective. It helps to identify real customer needs independently of internal hypotheses, beliefs and biases.
A key challenge to apply JTBD however is the right framing for your growth initiative at hand. Clayton Christensen’s milkshake example or the famous “customers want a hole not a drill” quote is intuitive but many practitioners get lost, once they frame JTBD to a specific case?
In this conversation between Jim Kalbach and Beat Walther, two proven tools for framing the Job-to-be-done will be introduced and compared: Jim’s JTBD Canvas 2.0 and Vendbridge’s JTBD Hierarchy. After short presentations, Yann Wermuth will lead through a discussion of the similarities, differences and thoughts behind both tools.
Join us to this fireside chat with Jim Kalbach, a thought leader in the field, Yann Wermuth and Beat Walther, both from Vendbridge, creators of CFI Customer-Focused Innovation, a process to apply JTBD.