There's a reason companies like Google and Cisco are using Design Sprints to innovate quickly and get more done… in days, not months.
A full Design Sprint is perfect for new products, major projects, or making a choice at a fork in the road. Problem-Framing Workshops, Retrospectives and Brand Sprints are shorter, more focused options.
Sprint activities are fast-paced and collaborative, so your team can quickly identify current problems or opportunities, prioritize options, build a test solution, and get it in front of users for feedback.
Sprint if there's a challenge that has big impact or is time sensitive. When teams feel 'stuck' or for a problem that requires alignment across teams.
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When should you do a Design Sprint for your organization?
Jonathan Courtney from AJ&Smart, the top firm in the world offering Design Sprints, tells you.
I learned from the best! I completed Master Class training with AJ&Smart and Jake Knapp, the creator of Google Design Sprints. I also bring in my years of design and development experience, as well as my consulting and teaching skills.So, are you ready to Sprint?