Nov

1

  • Full day 10:00 - 17:00
  • FFM / Remote (Hybrid)
  • German
  • M1ND Masterclass
  • 3 Days
  • Felix Guder
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Strategic Design Sprint

Benefits, practice and implementation of Strategic Design

Strategic Design Sprints are an invitation to discover autonomy in thinking and acting. The methods and processes can be applied individually and together in a team. The basis is voluntariness and self-responsibility, without concepts of pressure or the use of power. This Sprint is about creativity in discovery and ideation, but also about analytical clarity in problem framing, execution and testing. The program provides participants with the necessary sensitivity to the challenges and opportunities inherent in this innovative format, no matter which topic. 

Who is this for?

This programme has been developed by strategic designers to provide a sustainable introduction to the subject and to achieve initial success fast. It is addressed to team players, whether UX designers, project managers or agile coaches. We want to strengthen people's own and inner motives. Of course, you will learn how a sprint format works and why you can work so successfully with it individually and even more as a team. But we will also focus on understanding the personal and group dynamic challenges behind the process. This practical knowledge enables sustainable progress and success in applying the process in your own organisation.

What will it look like?

We will start with an introduction, dive into processes, methods and the choreography, all with practical examples. Individualisation -as an essential factor for success- will be elaborated during group work. That way participants will have the necessary practical knowledge on the topic in the shortest possible time. Strategic Design Sprints are formats in which we face the unknown, the complexity of innovation and the challenges of joint creative work as a team. These topics are by no means simple and are therefore handled with a special sensitivity. What are the roles in a sprint, how do you invite participation, how do you make decisions? In addition, the program clarifies how this format can be established in organisations.

Contribute to this program with your session

We provide cutting-edge training programs for everyone who wants to use design as a strategic instrument for innovation. We are looking for trainers, practitioners, design experts, coaches and facilitators who want to share their skills in a new environment.


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Schedule

M1ND Basecamp

Warm-up, introduction of the participants, clarification of expectations and explanation of the M1ND Masterclass schedule.

Facilitators:
Felix Guder
Duration:
30 Min.
Homework:
Type:

Design Sprint: Introduction

All necessary basic information: Functionality, advantages, application and integration into everyday working life

Facilitators:
Felix Guder
Duration:
50 Min.
Homework:
Type:

Team, roles, tasks

Basic information on roles, tasks and functions within the Design Sprint Team: organisation, inclusion, concept of collective intelligence

Facilitators:
Felix Guder
Duration:
50 Min.
Homework:
Type:

Understanding sprint phases and method frameworks

Forward planning by the team: selection of methods and structuring of phases/modules in the design sprint.

Facilitators:
Felix Guder
Duration:
50 Min.
Homework:
Type:

Areas of implementation and best practice

Different models of application in the different phases of product/service development: pre-development and research, requirements engineering, ideation, prototyping and production. Variation of sprint content and planning.

Facilitators:
Felix Guder
Duration:
50 Min.
Homework:
Type:

Daily Basecamp

Warm-up together, review of the last day, clarification of open questions and preparation for the day's programme

Facilitators:
Felix Guder
Duration:
30 Min.
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Type:

Practical Part 1: Sprint Planning

Independent planning of design sprints by the team for the solution of an exemplary task. Clarification of roles, workflow and timings

Facilitators:
Felix Guder
Duration:
90 Min.
Homework:
Type:

Practical Part 1: Team Review

Presentation of results, discussion of solutions, clarification of challenges, Q&A.

Facilitators:
Felix Guder
Duration:
50 Min.
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Practical Part 1: Refinement

Revision of the sprint planning after the review.

Facilitators:
Felix Guder
Duration:
50 Min.
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Practical Part 2: Sprint Phase 1 - Research

Teamwork in a Sprint format. Joint exploration of the topic. Application of the planned contents and methods.

Facilitators:
Felix Guder
Duration:
90 Min.
Homework:
Type:

Daily Basecamp

Warm-up together, review of the last day, clarification of open questions and preparation for the day's programme

Facilitators:
Felix Guder
Duration:
30 Min.
Homework:
Type:

Practical Part 2: Sprint Phase 1 - Define & Ideate

Teamwork in Sprint format. Joint exploration of the topic. Application of the planned contents and methods. Development of solutions.

Facilitators:
Felix Guder
Duration:
120 Min.
Homework:
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Practical part 2: Team Review

Presentation of results, discussion of solutions, clarification of challenges, Q&A.

Facilitators:
Felix Guder
Duration:
50 Min.
Homework:
Type:

M1ND Coalescence

Joint discussion of the program results and experiences.

Facilitators:
Felix Guder
Duration:
50 Min.
Homework:
Type:

Nov

1

  • Full day 10:00 - 17:00
  • FFM / Remote (Hybrid)
  • German
  • M1ND Masterclass
  • 3 Days
  • Felix Guder
ContributeRegister