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Product Design Process: SOLVE PROBLEMS AND MAKE DECISIONS FAST (Lightning Decision Jam) | AJ&Smart

October 27, 2023

Product Design Process: SOLVE PROBLEMS AND MAKE DECISIONS FAST (Lightning Decision Jam) | AJ&Smart

October 27, 2023

Product Design Process: SOLVE PROBLEMS AND MAKE DECISIONS FAST (Lightning Decision Jam) | AJ&Smart

Whether you're working in web design, product design, a startup or even a big corporate, this exercise will drastically improve how quickly and easily you come up with for any problem your team might be facing.

This exercise can be used to facilitate a meeting as well! It will cut out unstructured conversation and ensure that you reach a decision quickly.

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  1. AJ&Smart says:

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  2. Ma Ske says:

    Great video! Thank you for sharing! How much time would you allocate for this exercise?

  3. Sam Noel says:

    Cut down the music when u explain, it will look more aesthetic.

  4. Really interesting. Reminds me of the sprint retrospective process but applied to any problem.

  5. Domea says:

    My workplace does this. it works fine for some things. but we have deeper, systemic problems that management is not aware of and because they only ever solve the top five problems and they never consult grunt workers (or listen very well when they do), we will always end up right back where we were. so, that's exactly what happens. we keep cycling and cycling and they keep having Kaizen events and never really getting past a certain point because the real problem is always buried underneath the more "urgent" one.
    it's like treating a headache instead of cutting out the brain cancer
    so I would argue that if you are using this in your personal life or as an entrepreneur with a small team, exercise caution. it may be used as a method to disguise an uncomfortable truth

    (the real truth in my particular case is that we are working with faulty and sometimes outright broken quality metrics that are outdated and not necessarily industry standard. It adds thousands of additional steps per day per person and makes our product less useable. also the images used to produce our parts were drafted by unpaid interns and are frequently poorly researched and continually fought over between departments and locations. We need to get properly trained, adequately paid employees to audit the designs and broadly address the fact that we are using metrics from 2003 when the product was designed in 2019. the work-arounds that individual employees invent and then share with each other and the meetings that we have impromptu to share tips for managing our managers from beneath them almost exclusively exist in service of the product and making it the best it can be in spite of this pervasive and inadequate and almost all-encompassing lack of adequate metrics that exist almost entirely because no one wants to go out and find an expert and then pay them properly)
    (and then various people will weaponize the quality team because they know how to use the inadequate metrics to pick on individual employees or champion their own whatever it is by generating the right paperwork, but that's a whole different tale of woe stemming from but probably not the same problem. that ones probably more organic and exclusively because humans are kind of a mess

  6. Fede LR says:

    Great video!

    As a facilitator I always group ideas by topic before voting, makes the process faster and avoids overlapping of ideas

    Also I don´t recommend the facilitator to participate in the activities (unless doing activities such as co-creation), the facilitation should be as unbias as possible and just guide the conversation 🙂

  7. I did for a company a 90 minute workshop. There were two groups seven of each. One of the group chose the problem: "tone of voice"
    Some people were not respectful. We created this HMW: How could everyone feel respected?
    We gathered some ideas for this, but the people came up with things like: patience, self controll.
    Which don't seem like ideas about how to solve the issue.
    What would you suggest in a case like this? What is your view?

  8. WHERE DID YOU BUY THE MAGIC PAPER! OMG

  9. Nice video. So let me give you a scenario. It's a small team of 5 people, they write 10 problems each in 7 minutes, ending up with 50 problems. Since each gets 2 red dots, there would be 10 red dots to go along all the problems. So what happens if you end up with 10 post-its with one red dot each and 40 without a dot. How do you choose the top 3-4 ones? You take all 10 with 1 dot?

  10. Cintia Pena says:

    Awesome and insightful video. THank you.
    P.S That laugh/noise kills every time 🤣 https://youtu.be/xNpVaNIUS4U?t=277

  11. Louis Childs says:

    Some great advice here! Thanks for sharing. Avoiding circular conversations is key!

  12. I'm not entirely sure what this has to do with product design. Being primarily a team health management vehicle, pretty much nothing if you ask me. Thankfully, I realized what's going on no more than 3 minutes in, so I didn't waste a quarter of an hour of my life on something I've been already doing for ages and know doesn't apply.

    Well, brainstorming can apply to basically any problem solving, but first, that's not the same as this whole process, and second, this version is usually not really advisable.

  13. erikbyt says:

    I don't fully understand why the only choice of actions is from the holding-back part and nothing from the moving-us-forward part. Shouldn't most goals come from the moving-us-forward part? For the holding-back part isn't there a HMWLGOI (how might we let go of it) exercise somewhere?

  14. Joan Bateman says:

    Where do you get the "magic paper" from? link?

  15. Vijay Kumar says:

    Great as always, where can buy this timer watch.?

  16. Can LDJ workshops be done online?

  17. H S says:

    Good video but you should always introduce the 'x' axis first, then introduce the 'y' once an initial order has been established. Having both simultaneously confuses and potentially leads.

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