At the time we’re writing this post, we’ve run more than 20 design sprints for Fortune 500 companies and other organizations. We’ve experienced an increasing interest and experience around design sprints, and our clients are well aware of it. Many innovation practitioners know the overall structure and objectives of these kinds of innovation programs. Yet, we receive a huge amount of questions concerning the trickier details of design sprints. So we decided to collect them and gave you our answer.
Are you ready to answer 10 of the most challenging questions about design sprints? Give it a try!
In this slideshare, you’ll find the answers to:
- How broad does the scope of the design sprint need to be?
How can you convince your manager to give design sprints a chance?
How many people should you involve in the design sprint from your organization?
Should decision makers be included in a design sprint?
How should the team look like?
Is it trickier to organize a design sprint if you are a B2C or a B2B organization?
If you are a B2B, how would you make sure that your clients can attend the design sprint?
Can facilitators take part in the process, or should they only focus on facilitating the process?
What is indispensable in a design sprint room?
Where should you host your design sprint?
Go from a strategic vision to a tangible prototype in just a couple of days.
- Not simply focused on Design Thinking, but on Design Doing.
- Get early feedback from customers and stakeholders.
- Guided by a full-featured Design Thinking Toolkit.
- End with an interactive prototype.