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Jobs To Be Done Worksheet Template

Your team can drill down to the job you want to accomplish.

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About the jobs to be done worksheet template

Which changes are the most important to make? This template can help you extract core jobs that need to be done out of a list of tasks. From your list of core tasks, you can cluster jobs and figure out the steps you need to take to accomplish your objectives.

Why is it important to organize tasks into jobs to be done?

If we don't take the time to prioritize our tasks, we can quickly become overwhelmed and bogged down in work. That's why it's important to prioritize tasks into jobs to be done.

By identifying the most important jobs that need to be done, we can ensure that we allocate our time and energy in the most efficient way possible. This not only allows us to get more done, but it also helps to reduce stress levels and increase our overall productivity.

So next time you're feeling overwhelmed by your to-do list or backlog, meet with your team to prioritize tasks into jobs to be done. That way you'll have a clear path to success, with defined roles and responsibilities, and the right goals in mind.

How to create a Jobs To Be Done Worksheet Template

To use this template, follow these steps:

  • Brainstorm the tasks that you need to accomplish with your team.
  • Once you've completed the brainstorming portion of your session, use the Job Executor section to identify primary, secondary, and tertiary stakeholders, as well as create a proto-persona of the job executor.
  • Next, it's time to use the Job Map section to define the stages for each job — customize to your needs or to fit the usual developmental steps for your team
  • Finally, use the Prioritization section to determine the order of priority for each job

Capture, organize, and prioritize your tasks into jobs to be done

MURAL makes it easy to brainstorm and plan actionable next steps

Sticky Notes & Text

Add ideas, action items, and more as a sticky note or text box — then change the colors and cluster to identify patterns and new solutions.

Anonymous Voting

Gain consensus and reach alignment quickly, either in real time or asynchronously.

Outline Navigation & Instructions

Structure your mural for easy navigation, then add activity instructions for collaborators.

Tags on Sticky Notes

Customizable labels make it easy to find, organize, and categorize your work in a mural.

Real-time Collaboration

Add more productivity and engagement to meetings and calls with features to guide collaboration.

Commenting

Add comments and tag collaborators for smooth asynchronous communication.

Frequently Asked Questions

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