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Sprint: How to Solve Big Problems and Test New Ideas in Just Five Days (editie 2016)
door Jake Knapp (Auteur)
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Sprint: How to Solve Big Problems and Test New Ideas in Just Five Days door Jake Knapp
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I read this book for ideas on teaching and learning -- how can students benefit from these insights when they work on, for example, their own group projects?
And I think a lot of the ideas would work quite well, though the timeline is of course off. The different phases are useful, the individual detailed ideas are useful, the checklists of what you need, including snacks and what exact office supplies you need.
I also like the emphasis the book puts on writing, careful listening, and collaboration.
A book for work, so not one I'll wax especially eloquent on, but it was a neat read about a neat process that I may wind up trying some variant on.
For now, I will rate it 5 stars until I do a few sprint rounds myself.
First, the book is very interesting as it touches on different aspects of product design, including false signals (like users' reaction vs just their feedback). Second, every step of it feels well-tested and makes perfect sense.
The only reservation I have is about devoting full week to it and requiring 5 unbiased users for the test, but that is probably the price you need to pay for a great sprint!
This book is great. I had it on preorder since I've been following GV since I saw a talk by them in Chicago.
It is practical and full of good advice. It was certainly satisfying to see how much of their process overlaps with what we have developed in house for our team.
From three design partners at Google Ventures, a unique five-day process--called the sprint--for solving tough problems using design, prototyping, and testing ideas with customers.
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What was most useful for me was seeing the breakdown of what was done each day of the 5 day product sprint -- as well as what each person in the sprint would do. Some of the recommendations were key - like the need for a decision maker to be a part of the process to ensure that takeaways from the sprint are actionable. I look forward to trying out some of these concepts eventually! ( )