Strategy

The 4 Forces Applied: Why Microsoft’s Conversion Tool Won’t Entice iOS Developers To Windows

Microsoft’s newly announced conversion tool for bringing iOS code to Windows will not be compelling enough to move developers over. The 4 Forces help explain why. The 4 Forces are a lens used to look at why people decide to change their behavior to use a new product or service. It is a wonderfully helpful …

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How to Integrate Jobs-To-Be -Done and App Definition Statements into Your Mobile Strategy

  As a strategist I’ve written a lot about Jobs-To-Be-Done. So if you’re reading this post you already know that customers don’t want the drills – they want the holes in the walls. But understanding the value in Jobs-To-Be-Done and App Definition Statements (ADS) and implementing these critical elements into your Mobile App development process …

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The Do’s and Don’ts of Jobs-to-be-Done and Your Mobile App Development

The central question of your mobile app development should be, “What job is the customer hiring my mobile app to do?” While this may seem like an obvious starting point, I have rarely seen companies employ the “getting the job done” test while developing their mobile app. Below are the “do’s” and “don’ts” to make …

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