A 1-Day workshop for up to 24 people that teaches your team how to engineer stakeholder buy-in, define the problems that really matter, and safeguard sprint success.
Design Sprints require significant investment for most organizations, as 7 to 10 key people are blocked during this period. Our Problem Framing workshop is a preliminary step that makes sure this investment doesn’t go to waste by aligning everyone around a thorough understanding of the right problem from the start.
This training is for you if…
You want to make your decision-making process more user-centric
You need a way to explore new opportunities
You want to introduce buy-in for new ways of working
You want to ensure that your sprint topics are aligned with business goals
Who should attend?
Anyone who wants to make informed decisions!
This intensive workshop is best suited for individuals who will run or facilitate Design Sprints in their organization and need to set the stage for success or need to get stakeholder buy-in to run their next Design Sprint.
Design Sprint Masters
You will learn how to…
Identify and capture stakeholder perspectives
Make sense of the user need, perceptions and expectations
Frame problems into actionable design challenges
Gain the confidence of tackling a problem worth solving
First with the best
We believe that complex problems need more time, which is why we built our problem framing as a one day workshop intensive. But don’t take it from us! Take it from the Google Sprint Academy in San Francisco who we trained as part of our launch. Watch our video to see what they had to say!
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We’ve trained some of the world's best companies including Google, Paypal, Boeing, Nike
"Awesome time attending the Problem Framing Workshop at Google today. Great insight into how to increase stakeholder visibility into the biases that draw focus onto solutions instead of true problems. Shared understanding of the issue(s) at hand really enable teams to focus where it is most needed. Thank you!"