Ven, 8 nov 2019, 9:00 –
Sab, 9 nov 2019, 16:00 CET
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Learn to facilitate Design Sprints, how to define challenges with clients and to go from idea to testing a prototype in four days.
Join this two-day course where you’ll learn the skills and tools you need to plan and execute your own Design Sprints in 2019. Learn-by-doing how to define challenges with clients and go from idea to testing a prototype in just four days.
You have probably read about, heard of, been in or even run a Design Sprint. Design Sprints have become widely adopted globally by companies as a tool for innovation and problem-solving and one of the most future-proof business processes around.
Our journey with Design Sprints started even before the book, we run sprints all over the world with every kind of company, from startups to large organizations. This includes running trainings in San Francisco Incubators as well as partnering and launching the service design sprint methodology back in 2016.
Why should you care?
Perhaps you want to build better products faster, maybe you are
struggling to get team alignment.
Get ahead of your competition by empathizing and understanding your customers.
You are looking for new ways to create new business or revenue models or not sure how to create and test a new feature. Speed up the timely and costly process for product and service innovation.
If you have one of these roles, this will definitely give your team a cutting edge tool.
Innovation Managers, Product Managers
Executives at large companies
Learn the anatomy of a Design Sprint.
Boost innovation within your team and clients
Learn to prototype and test your next MVP’s
Launch desirable customer experiences for your clients saving time and reducing the risk of failure.
We do Innovation training on Design sprints, Innovation strategy & Human-centered design for corporates and startups. We design services, platforms & strategies to make your business future-proof and embrace digital transformation. We have helped Fortune 500 companies, startups in Silicon Valley, the Netherlands and Incubators in Europe and Latin America.