In a corporate context, many business processes are partially or even completely supported by IT systems: the digitalization of processes represents more and more activities, supported by a growing number of systems that generate ever more data.
That being said, it is legitimate to ask whether traditional ways of studying processes are still sufficient:
Don’t get me wrong: I am not saying that I found a magical recipe which makes five days fit in only one. The five-day Design Sprint is a very effective method useful to solve all kinds of problems, but some problems don’t need a five-day investment. The main advantage of the one-day format described below is that it can foster the use of this method in a corporate environment.
For those who still don’t know about the Design Sprint, here is a quick recap (GV = Google Ventures):
The sprint is a five-day process for answering critical business questions…
Thomas is a Technology Consultant @ BearingPoint France, interested in Technology, Design and Running