At the New York Jobs To Be Done Meetup, we love to learn, practice and discuss how to get the most out of Jobs-to-be-Done interviews. However, one thing we did notice was how intimidating your first few interviews can be. There are lots of reasons for this: perhaps you’ve not sure how to start the interview, what questions to ask or maybe even who you should be interviewing.
To help JTBD practitioners get interviews started, keep them going and make sure they stay focused, we created a sample script and overview of the core concepts to keep in mind when conducting interviews. We presented this script and key points at the April New York Jobs To Be Done Meetup and it was a great success. We’re sure it can help all JTBD practitioners as well.
Here they are:
Jobs To Be Done Interview Script is a quick, focused reference to help you remember how to make an interviewee more comfortable, which events to look for and specific questions to find those events
For a bit more explanation of the challenges you may face when conducting interviews and how these specific questions can be used to navigate them, read A Script To Kickstart Your Jobs To Be Done Interviews