Focus on actual tasks and jobs to be done

When planning a new feature or improvement, one should break it down to the very tasks and jobs that are to be performed by the feature. In other words, one should ask:

  • Why will I need this feature?
  • What would I like to achieve with this feature?

An example of such an analysis is made on self-driving cars: Exactly what jobs will self-driving cars satisfy?

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