Design Sprint Bootcamp

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Conference room

Scheelegatan 14, Kungsholmen, Stockholm

Piperska Muren

Price:

€ 899

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In this fun, fast-paced, hands-on workshop, you’ll learn the Design Sprint directly from its inventor and get to experience what it’s like to work in an early stage Silicon Valley startup — at least for one day! Jake will rapidly lead you through a simulated Design Sprint, teaching you how to create a map, sketch solutions, and use structured decision making. You’ll learn how the steps of the process fit together, as well as tips and tricks beyond the Sprint book, and you’ll learn how to incorporate these techniques into normal meetings. Jake will give your team a new way of looking at business challenges and the confidence to approach those challenges with renewed energy and optimism.

Learn how to:

  • Lead a team through the Design Sprint process with confidence.
  • Map out a challenge and choose the most important place to start.
  • Identify crucial business and product questions to be answered in your sprint.
  • Sketch a solution with confidence, even if you’re not a designer.
  • Make smart decisions without lengthy discussion.
  • Choose the right prototyping method for your product or service.
  • Test hypotheses before you invest months of work and millions of dollars.
  • Integrate Design Sprint methods into your product development calendar.

You’ll laugh. You’ll high five. You’ll learn ridiculously useful skills.

No previous experience required, but experienced folks are welcome!

About the Design Sprint

The Design Sprint is a highly structured five-day process for solving problems and testing new ideas. Invented at Google by Jake Knapp, then perfected with more than 150 startups at Google Ventures, the Design Sprint helps teams solve big problems and test prototype solutions—all in a single week. Today, the Design Sprint has spread to places like Facebook, Apple, Airbnb, Uber, IDEO, and LEGO. And it’s not just for companies—Design Sprints have been used by organizations like the United Nations and the European Space Agency; by non-profits, governments, and even museums. Jake’s bestselling book Sprint is available in 22 languages, and smart teams around the world are applying its lessons to give their products and services the best chance of success, and to have a good time along the way.

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