Our 10-week group coaching class will help equip you to confidently solve critical business problems, with the principles and tools to help you lead your first collaborative Sprints, whether you are working on product, brand or strategy.
Over the past two years, we have facilitated and coached hundreds of people on the design sprint and the one question that keeps being asked is "how might I do this with my distributed team"?
Remote work is fast becoming the new normal, with a nationwide survey in the U.S. reporting that an astounding 92% of workers say that video collaboration actually improves their team work.
And with increasing costs, time wasted organising logistics and even shorter lead times - teams need to push further and execute faster the innovation they so desperately need.
Sprints are a fantastic method to create real business change. A number of types of Sprint have since emerged that are better designed to tackle specific business problems to reach better outcomes.
We now see Problem Framing to be important to de-risk a Sprint Challenge. We find Strategy Sprints help define a strategy while keeping grounded in user-centered needs. Even the design sprint itself, has a few different recipes, including the Product Design Sprint.
So we wanted to bring some of these Sprints together into a new Web Class. No matter which stage of the business or product lifecycle you're at, there's now a great way to learn which Sprint can help.
Originally developed at Google, The Sprint is a step-by-step framework for answering critical business and product questions, taking the best of business strategy, innovation, behaviour science, design thinking, and more — packaged into a way of working that any team can use.
Paired with our experience of running over 50 Sprints and recent technology improvements, the content shared in this Web Class is extendable to any business situation, in a tool that is much easier to use, so you can just focus on solving the problem and help push organisations further, faster.
Over ten weeks, Ross Chapman (Sprint Coach and Design Consultant) will teach you...
Through ten weekly sessions, activities and action steps, all done in a group setting using MURAL, we will be walking you through the process of preparing, running and delivering the outcomes of a sprint.
Here's what some of our satisfied participants have to say.
“Thanks for your brilliant session [with the Note and Vote] - the teams loved it!”
“I'd started reading the book and what I found really useful was actually the practical side of it. Having the verbal presentation then backed up with the workshop was very good! ”
[The Note and Vote:] It was very different from what we expected in the sense that it addressed other areas of the business, not just the product.
“I not only learned a new method and why it works, but learned lots about the lives of my fellow attendees in the process.”
“An intense week with inspiring people, wrapping up with an outstanding Design Sprint session with Ross Chapman at Etch. Stepping forward into an amazing future. Can’t be more proud of being part of this team.”
“I found it so effective to do [learning the Design Sprint] as I learn with activity and it helped embed learning as I went. It was proper learning, rather than training!”
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2 hours each Thursday over ten weeks at 6-8pm London time. This means we can accomodate U.S. timezone attendees.
Next dates have yet to be released.
We're only too aware that there are many different ways to run design sprints since Google Ventures introduced them to the world. What we have tried to do here is show you how to apply a Google Design Sprint to different business situations in a remote environment. If anything, we're trying to be as agnostic to Sprint 'flavour' as possible, to offer the most amount of value, whichever type of Sprint you end up using.
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