Imagine your team is reviewing the required work to complete the strategy stage. Upon reviewing, your boss asks, “What is the Jobs to Be Done step?” Which of the following responses would be the best?

(A) “Jobs to Be Done is a framework that helps us understand the progress our customers are trying to make, which they are “hiring” our product or service to help with.”

(B) “Each page on the website has a specific job. Jobs to Be Done is a framework that helps our team while wireframing to ensure the elements on the page match the job that page is trying to accomplish.”

(C) “Jobs to Be Done is a survey we can send to existing customers to better understand the people they interact with at work, including influencers and decision makers.”

(D) “Jobs to Be Done is a document primarily used by software companies. Because we’re in manufacturing, we can skip this step because it doesn’t apply.”

Conclusion

This question is a part of the HubSpot Growth-Driven Design Certification Exam. You can find answers to all the questions asked in this exam in our HubSpot Growth-Driven Design Certification Exam Answers page.

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