Here you will find some useful tools to run your own Jobs to Be Done projects faster and better. Just use them and give feedback.
If you want to conduct and evaluate a Jobs to Be Done interview but are in a different location from your client, feel free to use our free template at mural.co). Available in German (DE) and English (EN). Just click on the respective template to go to MURAL and use the corresponding template. If you already have a MURAL account you can use our templates for free. If you don’t have an account yet, you can create one for free and test MURAL for free. Oberwasser Consulting customers do not need a paid MURAL account to use our templates permanently.
Mikko from Stattys introduces the WoP Toolbox in detail here:
A all in one tool that helps you from recording to communicating the aggregated customer job from a complete series of interviews. Probably the best JTBD tool at the moment!
If you don’t want to forget an item during an interview, use our JTBD Interview Log Sheet. It helps you to keep an overview during the interview. For example, you can mark important points that you find on the timeline, outcomes, forces, or moments of the ring.
Timeline poster for evaluating Jobs to Be Done Interviews
The following episodes of our podcast Innovate+Upgrade cover jobs to be Done in detail, including the example of heating sales mentioned in the lecture:
By the way: On our Meetups you can test many of our tools directly!
8. October 2023
Discover the channel phase model developed by Peter Rochel to get the most out of your jobs-to-be-done research and optimally align your product or business model with customer needs.
3. October 2023
Innovation Strategies for Competitive Advantage: JTBD Workshop
At a time when companies need to constantly reinvent themselves to remain competitive, Oberwasser Consulting and UTXO Solutions jointly launch their latest live online workshop: “Mastering Jobs To Be Done (JTBD) Innovation Framework”.
This training is aimed at decision-makers, product managers, developers and other specialists in product development. It offers efficient methods and frameworks for all those who want to secure their company’s innovative edge. For the first time since 2020, Oberwasser Consulting’s complete JTBD Innovation Framework is again available in a format accessible to all and not just as an exclusive in-house offering
Are you looking for an effective method for customer research and innovation management? Then the Wheel of Progress® is just right for you. In our latest podcast episode, Katharina Weigert and Peter Rochel talk about the versatile applications of this revolutionary framework.
30. September 2023
Innovation & Strategic Development: A Comprehensive Guide to Corporate Success -Delve into the myriad facets of innovation and strategic development, exploring their indispensable roles in achieving sustainable corporate success. Gain insights from the experts at Oberwasser Consulting and learn how to integrate innovative strategies to stay ahead in today’s dynamic market.
25. March 2023
The Jobs-to-Be-Done (JTBD) method is a powerful tool to drive innovation and transformation in organisations. A crucial success factor for JTBD projects is well-conducted interviews with the right candidates. In this article we will give you tips and tricks on how to find the right interview candidates for your JTBD interviews and how to prepare them optimally.
3. March 2023
In the contemporary economic landscape, a fierce competition prevails, and it has become imperative for businesses to continuously enhance their offerings, be it products, services or even their business models, to stay relevant and competitive. To create a prosperous product or service, it’s crucial to comprehend the demands and prerequisites of our patrons. Achieving a deep understanding of our customers’ needs will allow us to cater to their requirements effectively and build long-lasting relationships with them. By taking the time to study their wants and pain points, we can develop solutions that are not only efficient but also exceed their expectations. Ultimately, this approach can lead to increased customer satisfaction, loyalty, and business growth. A proficient approach to fulfilling these necessities is by implementing the Jobs-to-be-Done (JTBD) methodology. This piece of writing aims to elucidate the concept of the JTBD methodology and provide guidance on its effective implementation.
26. June 2022
In this JTBD podcast shot, Peter Rochel explains how you can safely get the best participants for your JTBD interviews in 3 steps. He shows what exactly needs to be considered and reveals valuable tips and tricks that will save you time, nerves and money – regardless of whether you want to recruit the guests yourself or hire an agency to do it for you.
15. June 2020
Great idea! (we don’t do either) Wheel of Progress, Jobs to Be Done, agile working, Design Thinking , Business Model Canvas and, and and… are certainly all ingenious methods and excellent tools. In practice, the rapid and secure introduction of tools and methods is particularly difficult. Often good and new approaches are burned and are […]
Validity of facts without alternatives How do you prove qualitative results? Those who have identified the Jobs to Be Done, be it to improve products or even to initiate a new direction for the company, must be absolutely certain. A typical challenge of qualitative market research and with the risk of making gross mistakes. How […]
Is demystification and a simpler picture coming from the JTBD? Eckhart Böhme and Peter Rochel report on the latest developments and a new JTBD model that they are currently developing. The two have developed a new model that integrates the existing models. It should also be both a tool and a means of communication and […]
On 08.01.2020 we continue, this time as a guest at wework. In this meetup we first refresh the JTBD basics. Then we deal with the Jobs to Be Done evaluation canvas “Wheel of Progress®”. Alexander Moths and Peter Rochel play through the application with you using a real case. Today it will be about winter […]
No customer job = No innovation In this podcast episode, Peter Rochel talks to Bob Moesta, one of the main architects of Jobs to Be Done Theory. In addition to some JTBD history, it is about the real world practice in the development of sustaining-, efficiency-, or market-creating innovations. This episode is in English. Subscribers […]