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Jobs to Be Done Workshops & Training

Do you prefer to learn and do it yourself instead of hiring our jtbd services? No problem, we’ll be there for you at your place wherever that is! You can learn individually or as a team (and of course all formats and trainings also remotely – i.e. location-independent) from us:

Open workshops and seminars (via Eventbrite)

Since 2011, we have empowered teams and individuals to work with the Jobs to Be Done theory – in product development, marketing and sales. Over the years, in countless projects and workshops, we have developed ever better methods and tools. The tool that has brought a breakthrough in the development of insights and which we use in our daily work is The Wheel of Progress® – The 2-day open masterclass developed by Eckhart Böhme and Peter Rochel in 2019 is the result of more than 12 years of project experience with JTBD Frameworks, Value Proposition Design and Business Model Innovation. With an extremely high proportion of practice, we enable participants to work with our Jobs to Be Done Toolbox and to get off to an inspiring quick start in the world of their own customers.


All information about the Masterclass VE

The Jobs to Be Done Academy
We train and certify trainers and consultants for the commercial use of the Wheel of Progress®

Tickets for the next Masterclass VE


Other topics for workshops and trainings:

Focus on your customers



Focus on employees



  • Marketing based on customer jobs
  • Customer jobs based product management
  • Customer jobs basewd sales
  • Sustainable implementation for new methods instead of burning them
  • Scale without Fail – Bringing new employees to flight level in record time during scaling phases

Focus on the organization



  • Business Model Innovation – Creating value for the company with customer jobs
  • Employer Branding with Jobs to Be Done
  • Identify, secure and transfer organizational knowledge that is vital for a sustaining business
  • Discovering your business model potentials

Full commitment & full responsibility

We do not offer standard estimates from the rack or from the drawer. Only when we are sure that we have understood exactly what progress you want to make, will we make you an offer. Achieving this progress will be our common goal and for that we always assume full responsibility. How? Quite simply: Since 2014, only the customers at Oberwasser Consulting have decided whether or not we can keep the fees. 100% Money Back Guarantee! You want to know more about our customer’s experience beforehand? Just talk to us. We are happy to make a contact.

What do our customers say about it?

For example, something like this:

It was a terrific day yesterday. I’m still very stoked and looking forward to everything that’s to come!

Nina Götz, Senior Business Development Manager CHIP Communications GmbH

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Validity of alternative facts How do you prove qualitative results? Anyone who has identified the Jobs to Be Done, whether to improve products or even to initiate a realignment of the company, must be absolutely safe. A typical challenge of qualitative market research and with the risk of making gross mistakes. How do you prove […]

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