In this Topical Zoom episode, I speak with Karen Dillon, former editor of Harvard Business Review, Inc. Magazine, co-author of Wall Street Journal best-seller Competing Against Luck with Clayton Christensen about applying Jobs To Be Done for a great career.
Karen Dillon is the Co-author of Wall Street Journal best-seller Competing Against Luck: the Story of Innovation and Customer Choice, with Clayton Christensen. Co-author of New York Times best-seller How Will You Measure Your Life also with Clayton Christensen, and author of the Harvard Business Review Guide to Office Politics. Former editor of Harvard Business Review, Inc. magazine, Legal Business magazine, and The American Lawyer. Global Ambassador for the Legal 500. Named one of the world’s most influential women as part of Ashoka’s ChangemakeHers inaugural list in 2011. A 2016 ”Top Influencer”, Product Management Year in Review.
In this episode, Karen talks about how we as product makers can measure our lives (which we discover has a connection with Jobs To Be Done too). She goes on to talk about mistakes high-achievers make in building a good resume, often at the cost of a great career. She also helps us get stated with Jobs To Be Done. (I refer to this article in this episode: Getting To Why)
Continued from Episode 112.
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