The problem solving sprint and its steps

The first step to any problem tackling strategy starts with defining the problem and the source of it. Identifying the problem is half the solution and rectifying is rest. Everytime you’re put up with an issue, the first step should be ideating on how to tackle the issue.

The first step to any problem tackling strategy starts with defining the problem and the source of it. Identifying the problem is half the solution and rectifying is rest. Everytime you’re put up with an issue, the first step should be ideating on how to tackle the issue. The ideas should be legitimate and sensible so that it is possible to take it from papers to the field. This is a vast field, experimenting is the only way to know the results unless there are proven pre existing methods. Ultimately, learning is the end result from these sprints.

The first step in the sprint is getting an in depth understanding of the issue. A detailed learning of the cause and the approach to the issue

  • Study the problem
  • Ask for expertize opinion on the issue
  • Plot the blueprint of the solution

In order to start with the process of resolving the problem, a proper blueprint must be ideated. The ideated solution must be highly executable within the stipulated time 

  • Solution based approach
  • Sensible time frame planning
  • Look for inspiration, previously solved issues of similar stature

There might be a number of solutions to an issue, there should be. Choosing which kind of approach favours the situation is ideal for a sprint

  • Check if the preferred solution is executable
  • To see if the preferred solution serves on a longer run

Make an in-field demonstration of the preferred idea. A detailed reporting and learning of the end result of the ideation

  • Keep a tab on the improved performance in comparison to the previous idea
  • Learn the areas that needs improvement

This problem solving sprint helps in building a strategic approach in handling problems. Due to the iterations, the sprint cuts down all the inefficiencies and helps solve problems quicker. The execution of the problem solving sprint may seem easy on paper but the execution part involves a lot of measured and accurate calculations. A delay or misinterpretation might lead to nothing but wasted efforts of attaining the expected results. Thus, the sprint helps you to improvise, adapt and overcome.

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