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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.
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!
… but remote, then use our free template at mural.co
then use our JTBD interview recording sheet. It helps you to keep track in the interview. For example, you can mark all needed elements on it, like events on the timeline, outcomes, forces, moments of struggle, jobs and hired solutions.
… just want to see the forces of progress…
… then just use our Forces Canvas. It helps you sort what you have heard and develop a common understanding of Hire and Fire criteria in the group. We like to use it in A1 with Statty-Notes S, but it also works in A3 with Statty-Notes XS.
Forces Canvas in German and English A1
Customer profile poster for interview evaluation
Customized canvas to evaluate jobs to be done interviews by jobs, profits and problems, based on the original by Strategyzer.
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!
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.
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 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 […]
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 […]
Is this disruptive, market-creating, or a crappy chindogu? How do customers see your next feature, product, or marketing idea? Next big thing or irrelevant, that’s the question that will be the issue at our next Meetup in Cologne.
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 […]