Design Sprints are taking the tech and design world by storm. Developed and polished at Google and Google Ventures across 150+ projects, and practiced at Airbnb, Lego, Facebook, Netflix, Slack, and large consulting shops like IDEO, EY, McKinsey, and Deloitte - Design Sprints are a recipe for a 5-day design hackathon, which is guaranteed to produce a realistic prototype and user feedback. But are they suitable for Israeli culture, ego, and business environment? We'll explore that, and other Design Sprint conundrums, together.
A taste of Google's Design Sprint and some great practices to take with you.
What's This Webinar Anyway? =============================
In this Global Design Sprint Webinar, we'll share our experience with this impressive process that is revolutionizing design at Google, Twitter, Airbnb, Lego, Facebook, Netflix, Slack, and large consulting shops like IDEO, EY, and McKinsey
We'll also discuss how the sprint incorporates best practices for rational decision making, problem-framing, and robust ideation.
Webinar Agenda ================
So what's all the buzz around Design Sprints - and what did the inventor of Sprints, Jake Knapp, tell me over breakfast in SF one day in 2019?
The Design Sprint allows organizations to create a repeatable and robust Innovation program, because it enfolds years of learning and experience in Design Thinking, group problem-solving and alignment, challenge-mapping, prototyping, and testing with real clients - and all of this in only 5 days.
18:00-19:00 - Intro to Design Sprints and Untapped Creativity 18:00-18:30- Experiencing the Sprint
What's a Design Sprint? ======================= The tech and design worlds are all abuzz again: it started with agile development, then the Lean Startup revolution, and now: Design Sprints. Developed and polished at Google and Google Ventures across 150+ projects, and practiced at Airbnb, Lego, Facebook, Netflix, Slack, and large consulting shops like IDEO, EY, McKinsey, and Deloitte - Design Sprints are a recipe for a design hackathon, which is guaranteed to produce a realistic prototype and user feedback in just 5 days.
Who Should Attend? ==================== Innovation Leaders Government and NGO Leaders Designers & Facilitators Strategy Consultants Team leaders and managers Product managers Startup founders Angel investors and VCs Executives Marketers
About The Speaker ===================
Eran Dror was the head of product at SetJam, a smart TV startup from NYC which sold to Motorola in 2012, and then the Head of Product at Blue Label Labs, a leading 64-person product design and development firm in NYC, where he lived and worked for a decade. After implementing Design Sprints across all of Blue Label Labs new projects, he founded Remake Labs as a way to bring Design Sprints to the larger community and to larger problems.