We help you move quicker, and with lowered risk, towards the uncertain future and business logic. Designed processes or projects always have set concrete outcomes agreed upon. In addition to these, sprints also actively impact on team development and culture.
We explore concrete focus questions and focus areas that represent future potential business value. This might be technologies, processes, service interactions, customer pain points, or any other aspect represents a business challenge or opportunity.
Planning is actually incompatible with an entrepreneurial society and economy. Planning is the kiss of death for entrepreneurship. — Peter Drucker
When running sprints, we refrain from intellectualizing and debating our way forward. We also actively disregard old truths. That is not the same as leaving skills, knowledge and experiences out of the equation, but rather allowing for new opportunities to be explored a bit further than a history based debate will allow.
Methods and tools
By constructing prototypes and pilots that help us test our hypotheses in the intended market (on, and with, users) we not only manifest and visualize something that could be, but also check for relevance and business logic.
Tried and tested methodologies and tools stem from emergent strategy and design thinking:
- Collaborative (cross disciplinary) innovation sprints
- Scenario play
- Business model canvas
- Customer journey mapping
- Service blue print
- Prototyping and limited trials
- Stakeholder mapping
Prototyping in Brussels, 2017.
Our industry experience include telco, education, energy, marketing and public sector and we primarily work across the nordics and Europe.