Jobs to Be Done Project Kit
Is your Jobs to Be Done project stalling?
- Are you struggling to make JTBD theory practical?
- Are you confused about how to define your customers’ JTBD?
- Are you unsure which flavor of JTBD to implement?
- Are you uncertain about how to conduct a JTBD customer interview?
- Do you wish there were a set of templates and examples to follow?
My Jobs to Be Done Kit is the scaffolding you need.
- Stop wading through resources that never get practical.
- Get a clearly-defined process with recommendations for conducting interviews.
- Understand how to translate customer interviews into Jobs to Be Done statements.
- Learn the difference between qualitative & quantitative JTBD research along with when and how to apply each.
- Learn how to record, analyze, and act on the insights you gain in your interviews.
- Develop an action plan to put your insights to work.
This JTBD Kit is a no-nonsense resource to get you started.
Jobs to Be Done is powerful if you can manage to internalize the theory and put it into practice.
I’ve been studying and tinkering with Jobs to Be Done for years and have struggled to find practical guides and materials that make analyzing the output of a JTBD project simple.
This kit is the product I wish I had when I got started.
What you get:
- Video: JTBD Overview
- Video: Quantitative & Qualitative Approaches to JTBD
- Video: How to Perform Quantitative JTBD Projects
- Video: How to Perform Qualitative JTBD Projects
- Resource: Quantitative project checklist
- Resource: Qualitative project checklist
- Resource: Outcome Statement template
- Resource: Timeline template
- Resource: Email swipe files
- Resource: Sample Workshop schedule
How to use the kit:
- After you make your payment, you’ll receive an email to download the kit.
- Watch the videos in order to understand which approach is right for your product, right now.
- The videos provide clear instructions on how to use the checklists, templates, swipe files, and workshop schedule included in the kit.
- Begin your project by following the checklist’s recommendations.
- If it makes sense in your context, conclude your project by conducting a workshop for your team based on the sample schedule included in the kit.
$149 $45 introductory price.
I’m still developing the JTBD Project Kit, so to reward your loyalty, you can get immediate access for a fraction of the final price.
You’ll make that back many times over in time-savings by the end of the week. Every free article or post you read that doesn’t end with action-oriented, practical steps you can use costs you that much and more.
If you’re looking for a value-packed kit with guidance on which direction to choose and a checklist to follow along the way, this is what you’ve been looking for.
When you purchase the kit today, not only will you be getting access to the final version at a drastically reduced price, but you’ll have a chance to be directly involved with the development of the resources. As I’m put the finishing touches on the product, I want to be sure that it delivers so much value that the purchase is a no-brainer. So, I’ll be seeking feedback and input from people like you, the early-adopters.
You will get immediate access to the kit as a work-in-progress (templates, swipe files, and workshop agenda) and you will receive regular updates as I complete the videos and make updates to the resources.
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