Pied Piper Needs to Pivot
00:00 - 02:03
2m 3s

Pied Piper's future looks grim, so Jared sets out to pivot the company even though no one else on the team agrees with his thinking. He ventures out and surveys random people in order to find a new direction for the company. This is a good example of how NOT to survey people about a product or service.

This clip contains profanity at the following moments: 00:27 - 00:28 , 01:38 - 01:39


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