Sprint: How to Solve Big Problems and Test New Ideas in Just Five Days

Why is this book important?

Ever find yourself with big questions like:

"Sprint" is a guide to innovating and problem-solving in an accelerated way.

Jake Knapp, the inventor of the Sprint process at Google, explains how to compress design thinking to reduce the risk of launching new innovations or products.

The book provides a step-by-step guide to define your target, find a solution, create and test a prototype within just 5 days, applicable to any architecture firm.

Sprints are valuable because they allow you to fast-forward into the future to test if an idea would work and identify potential risks and challenges.

The 5-day timeframe is optimal for developing good solutions while maintaining focus.

About the Authors

Jake Knapp, John Zeratsky, and Braden Kowitz are the brains behind this revolutionary method.

They've brought their rich experience from Google and Google Ventures to the table, crafting a method that's been proven across various industries.

Their insights are invaluable for architects looking to streamline their problem-solving process.


You can grab a copy of this book in Amazon.com

What can you learn from it?

In architecture, time is precious. You know that.

"Sprint" teaches you how to take a small team, clear a week's schedule, and move from problem to tested solution rapidly.

This five-day process is a blessing for architects.