“The sprint is a process for answering critical business questions through design, prototyping, and testing ideas with customers. Developed at Google Ventures, it’s a “greatest hits” of business strategy, innovation, behavior science, Design Thinking, and more—packaged into a battle-tested process that any team can use.” – Google Ventures
About the Session:
Great ideas are everywhere. But the path to success is uncertain, even with the greatest ideas. Many traditional companies spend months to develop a solution, to only then find out that customers do not respond to their product. What a waste!
A Design Sprint helps you to save your precious time, energy and resources, by jumping into the future. The Sprint process, developed and embraced by Google Ventures, shrinks what is normally a months-long development cycle, into five intensive days.
Participants will be introduced to Design Thinking and experience a high paced Design Sprint to come up with innovative solutions to the given problem statements.
QGLUE conducts Design Sprint for Microsoft:
Why you should Attend:
- Get introduced to Design Thinking and Design Doing.
- Learn to be Designerly in your approach to problem solving.
- Become a Problem Seekers apart from being a Problem Solvers.
Meet your Design Coach:
David P. Issac
David comes with over 24 years of extensive experience designing processes and business process improvement to enhance customer and stakeholder experiences. David is a certified Design Thinker from MIT Sloan. He has consulted and trained more than 100+ organisations in India and abroad which include companies like Aon Hewitt, Airtel, Prudential, First data, Microsoft etc. using the design thinkers creative mind-set to design innovative solutions, transforming process and user experience.
David is currently consulting organisations for business transformation using a blend of Design thinking, Innovation TRIZ – Theory of the Resolution of Invention-Related Tasks and DFSS- Design for Six Sigma. He is a certified practitioner of TRIZ Innovation by The International TRIZ Association at Level3.
Frequently asked questions:
Q1. What are the prerequisites and eligibility criteria?
Ans: There is no eligibility criteria set for the course. But it is essential to come with an open mind and be OK with ambiguity.
Q2. What are the requirements for the workshop?
Ans: Laptop is desirable to have but not mandatory. There are no other requirements – software or otherwise.
Q3. What is the duration of the course?
Ans: 1 day (8 hours each day).
Q4. What will be the mode of training?
Ans: Case studies, detailed presentations in classroom, Individual and group exercises and playback, games.
The fees of the workshop is charged only to defray the expenses.
Discounts not applicable on this Workshop.