Useful & Important Links

There are loads of Sprint resources all over the internet

Sprints (and things like them) have existed for years. Our day-to-day work is busy and messy. We all time space and time to devote to solving complex problems in a creative way with smart people.

Back in the 80s and 90s, professors at Stanford University and the design agency IDEO started developing processes for creative problem solving. Over the years these have been refined, adapted, and spread across the world.

There are many ways to do design & innovation sprints like this. But we’ve chosen the Google Ventures version. Developed by Jake Knapp in 2010 and brought to the mainstream business world in 2016 with the book Sprint.

You guys have done a couple of these already, so you know the vibe pretty well. Alongside our tips and advice over the next few days, there is a ton of stuff out on the internet that will help you to run an awesome Sprint.

If you only look at one link, make it this one!

  • Duco Sprint Guide App a full, step-by-step guide to running GV Sprints made by New Haircut, a design thinking and software dev company 👉👉👉

If you have a bit more time, check out the rest

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