BenjaminParry / Benjamin Parry

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  1. Farrah Storr: “The Discomfort Zone” | Talks at Google

    Farrah Storr, editor-in-chief of Cosmopolitan UK, joined us in London to discuss how discomfort is, in fact, the secret sauce to success. Her book ‘The Discomfort Zone’ looks at how some of history’s greatest successes have only come about through individuals stepping into their discomfort zones time and again.

    About The Book We live in a world that shrinks from discomfort. We inhabit a culture where children are routinely protected from struggle and failure, a time when our academic institutions incubate students from challenging ideas, and where we bubble wrap ourselves in an online world where we need only ever bump up against the opinions and world views that sit ‘comfortably’ with our own. But the cost of this ‘comfortable’ world is devastating, Farrah argues – killing creativity, deadening ambition and meaning a whole generation are stifled by fear.

    In her book, Farrah examines how discomfort – the very thing modern culture teaches us to shirk from – is, in fact, the secret sauce to success. Part memoir, part practical self-help guide The Discomfort Zone looks at how some of history’s greatest successes have only come about through individuals stepping into their discomfort zones time and again. The book arms readers with numerous practical exercises and exampl…

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  2. The End at Highrise with Nate Kontny - One Thing Podcast by Folyo

    Nate Kontny (former CEO at Highrise) joins me to talk Highrise, product design / JTBD, and the app he’s working on next. (60 minutes.)

    https://folyo.me/nate-kontny/

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  3. 30 Minutes With Ryan Singer on Jobs-to-be-Done | Jobs-to-be-Done

    http://jobstobedone.org/radio/ryan-singer-jtbd-radio/

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  4. Jay Haynes - Building high-growth products using jobs-to-be-done (ProductTank SF)

    Jobs-to-be-done is a method product teams can use to identify unmet customer needs, identify competitor weaknesses, and build high-growth product roadmaps. JTBD has been popularized by Harvard Business School’s Clay Christensen, and the basic idea is that customers are not “buying” a product (e.g. a CD, record, MP3, or iPod), they are “hiring” a product to help them get a job done (e.g. curate music). Products and technologies change over time, but a JTBD does not. This has implications for every part of the product management process: including choosing a market, segmenting customers, pricing a solution, generating product ideas, and prioritizing a product roadmap. Jay Haynes is Founder & CEO of thrv, the first and only jobs-to-be-done software for product teams. Jay is an award-winning CEO with 25 years of experience formulating and executing product strategies. Prior to thrv, Jay was CEO of Strategyn, a leading jobs-to-be-done research firm. Jay was CEO of two startups funded by Draper Fisher Jurvetson and Kleiner Perkins. Earlier in his career, Jay worked as an investment professional with GTCR Golder Rauner, a leading private equity firm in Chicago with over $3 billion under management. Jay also worked as a Product Manager at Microsoft in the Windows Group. Jay graduated Phi Beta Kappa with highest honors …

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  5. Teaching How to Think vs Teaching What to Think | Jobs-to-be-Done

    http://jobstobedone.org/radio/teaching-how-to-think-vs-teaching-what-to-think-jtbd-radio/

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  6. Is JtBD Just “Watered-Down UX”? w/ Jared Spool, pt 1

    Original video: https://soundcloud.com/user-630876993/is-jobs-to-be-done-just-watered-down-ux-w-jared-spool-pt-1
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  7. Jobs to be Done: from Doubter to Believer by Sian Townsend at Front 2016 in Salt Lake City, Utah

    Sian Townsend, Director of Research at Intercom, describes what the Jobs to be Done (JTBD) technique is, how it can be used to design products, and presents case studies to illustrate how JTBD has been applied at Intercom. This is the story of how I spent the last 2 years using a technique called Jobs to be Done (JTBD) to research and design products at a fast growing startup called Intercom. 2 years ago, I’d never heard even heard of JTBD and was skeptical that it was anything truly innovative. Now, everyone at Intercom is focused around JTBD. In this talk I’ll take you through what JTBD actually is and how we’ve used it to design products with great success at Intercom. Finally, I’ll share some insights about how you can get more out of the basic technique by learning from Intercom’s experiences. Want more inspirational talks like this? Join us at Front 2017 in Salt Lake City, Utah! frontutah.com

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  8. Jared Spool – Mobile & UX: Inside the Eye of the Perfect Storm Live! » UIE Brain Sparks

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  10. Simon Munnery’s Experimental Half Hour - Kevin Eldon

    A radio show hosted by Eldon in Munnery’s absence.

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