There are hundreds or thousands innovation and creativity tools that can be used to develop innovative ideas. In today’s post, I will cover the tool called “Jobs to Be Done.”
This is the start of a series of probably hundreds of posts focusing on different tools. You can use these tools for various aspects related to improvements that you can implement in your business. In this series of posts about tools, except innovation and creativity, I will also cover topics related to product development, product launch, productivity, sales, marketing, management and specific tools designed for startups.
The construction of this posts is in the following parts:
- Introduction. For each tool, I will cover introduction part in which I am discussing the basics of the tool, needs, why this tool is important and when it can be used.
- Examples. I will describe each tool with several real-life examples that can help you to easier understanding it.
- Action Steps. All these posts related to tools will cover easy to follow action steps that you can put in place in your business.
- Toolkit. You can download a toolkit in pdf version related to the tool with all necessary forms you can use to put in place action steps for the particular tool.
Let’s start doing things now.