Applying Google Design Sprint Methodology For Effective Product Development

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Looking to streamline your product development process? Look no further than our training program on Applying Google Design Sprint Methodology. Our program, conducted by GARRANTO ACADEMY SDN. BHD. in Malaysia, will equip you with the knowledge and skills to effectively implement the Google Design Sprint methodology in your product development process. With a focus on collaboration, rapid prototyping, and user feedback, this training program will help you create innovative and user-friendly products in a fraction of the time.

Request a quote today to learn more about how our training program can benefit your team and take your product development process to the next level. Don't miss out on this opportunity to enhance your skills and stay ahead of the competition in today's fast-paced market.
Learning Objectives

1. Understand the key principles and steps involved in the Google Design Sprint methodology to effectively streamline the product development process. Participants will learn how to define the problem, ideate solutions, prototype concepts, and test with real users in a rapid and iterative manner.

2. Develop the skills to facilitate and lead a successful Design Sprint within their organization. Participants will learn how to effectively manage a cross-functional team, facilitate productive ideation sessions, create prototypes using various tools, and conduct user testing to gather valuable feedback for iteration.

3. Gain practical experience in applying the Google Design Sprint methodology to a real-world product development challenge. Through hands-on exercises and case studies, participants will learn how to adapt the methodology to suit their specific project needs and drive innovation within their organization.

Content Delivery Method

Physical, Hybrid, Virtual

HRD Corp Certified Course


Duration and Language

1 to 2 days, English

Target Audience

Suitable for all level of employees

Key Skillset Addressed

1. Collaboration
2. Problem-solving
3. Rapid prototyping