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Investigating the use of radiators in Revit for my master thesis

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    Investigating the use of radiators in Revit for my master thesis

    Hi everyone,

    I hope that I have come to the right place for this question. My name is Maxim and I am currently working on my graduation project for the master Business Informatics. I hope that you can help me out, but first I’ll tell you a little about what I am doing so that you have some context (TL;DR at the bottom).

    My thesis is focused on a theory from innovation science, called “Jobs-to-be-Done”. The core point of JTBD theory is that customers do not buy products because they want the products, instead, they hire products to do a job for them. Dr. Clayton Christensen provides an interesting and entertaining explanation in this 4 minute video:

    For my thesis I am investigating the use of this theory in the context of software products. Specifically, I am trying to apply it to collect and prioritize the requirements for a new Revit app related to radiators. The goal is to determine how such a new app could best target existing jobs related to the use of radiators in Revit. For this we use Job Stories, a new variant of the more common User Stories, if you are interested you can read about them here:

    Based on exploratory interviews I have created a survey that includes different Job Stories that explore the different jobs related to the use of radiators (for buildings) in Revit. Could you help me by filling it in? I am interested in how important you find each Job Story, and how satisfied you are with current solutions.

    The survey should take 10 minutes to complete and can be accessed through this link:
    Thanks a lot! I would really appreciate your help, if you have any questions please let me know.

    Kind regards,

    TL;DR Can you help me graduate by filling in a survey about the use of radiators (for buildings) in Revit? It should only take 10 minutes to complete. Link:

    Thanks a lot for everyone who took the time to complete the survey! If you have not already and feel like helping me, it is not too late to participate


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