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Interview tactics to find worthwhile customer problems

Eliciting inadequate solutions by focusing on users’ Jobs to Be Done

The call to arms for entrepreneurs and product managers is to find a problem worth solving and do something about it. But how specifically do you come up with a good problem?




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Nick Roberts

Nick Roberts

Product manager. I like to write about technology, history, aviation and other interests.

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