Design Sprints, Jazz, and the art of making the right mistakes

Sep 24, 2019 · Jerusalem, Israel

Making mistakes is an inherent part of creating new and innovative products, but if you don’t know how to manage them and leverage on them, the price of making them can bury your project.

Design Sprints, invented by Jake Knapp at Google Ventures, is a great way to manage mistakes in your product creation process. In under a week, you can go from an idea to a tested prototype - getting a quick glimpse into your future product. In this lecture, Ram, an award-winning product designer and jazz musician, will explore the commonalities of making mistakes in both product creation and jazz in order to make something really great.

Who should participate?
- Startup founders
- Executives at large companies
- Team leads and managers
- Product Managers / Product Owners
- Marketers
- Designers
- Engineers
- Process gurus

The session will be held in Hebrew.
Space is limited, RSVP fast (in the link below) to secure your space.

18:00 Welcome
18:15 Design Sprints, Jazz, and the art of making the right mistakes
19:30 Q&A

Event organizers
  • TLV Design Sprint Group

    We teach and run Design Sprints all over the world. Don't know what a Design Sprint is? We'll teach you! Know about Design Sprints, but don't believe in them? We'll show you why they're the best! We want to connect with innovative thinkers to talk, debate, drink alcohol and generally move the product world forward. Most events will take place at our office in Tel Aviv, but not all (we just ran some meetups in Amsterdam, Paris, and Berlin). So, what is a Design Sprint? Developed by the a few folks at Googl

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