We build successful businesses using Agile delivery and Design Thinking. Empower your teams to make faster and make better together, starting with the Design Sprint.
This is for everyone, not just designers!
How, when and why its useful, how to get your people on board, how to run them successfully, the purpose of every step and how-to’s, what / how / when to customise and how it feels to facilitate and take part in each exercise. Phew!
A custom toolkit that ensures it is possible to start using the approach straight away, running Design Sprints with your team / in your own organisation (it’s the one we use too, the checklists, the templates and the timetables!)
Combining theory and practice of every activity in a condensed Design Sprint. We get trainees participating and facilitating - because we believe it’s better to learn by doing!
An agile delivery specialist who’s delivered hundreds of products to market and run and sold several businesses; and a user experience researcher, designer and strategist who’s designed the hell out of new ideas for everyone from surgeons to insurers. We've lead and facilitated these exercises together for the best part of a decade.
Jam packed with everything I need to know to run my own design sprint, within my company. It is fast paced, but Penny and Calum did a great job of packaging 4 days of activities, into 2 days, without losing any of the key detail along the way.
If you're unsure about the suitability of running Design Sprints in your business, don't be. Calum and Penny will transform novices into experts in a few days and you'll have a lot of fun in the process.
The course demonstrated the key phases of the design sprint allowing you to learn by working through the stages. Planning a design sprint will be much easier given the experience I gained on the course.
I needed a toolkit for tackling explorative design challenges, and the confidence that I could deliver. Now I have both!
Penny and Calum are able to use their own experience to empower the people they're working with. They make new ideas and approaches to problem solving feel familiar and help others to own the process as early as possible.