This is a paid event with 15 spots limited. Get your tickets on the link below. Discounts apply to students and NGOs.
This workshop is part of a limited series of meetups called “Problem Solvers” where we discuss on topics such as growth hacking, culture and strategy for innovation. This event is the follow-up to the free meetup hosted a day prior which you can find here
Problem-framing is the first step when running a Design Sprint, which you have probably read about, heard of, been in or even run one. Design Sprints have become widely adopted all around the world by companies as a tool for innovation and problem-solving – one might even say the most future-proof business processes around.
During the workshop you will not only learn the basics of running and facilitating a Design Sprint, but the why and when you should be running one too. Learn about how Problem Framing firs into your Design Sprint process and how important it is.
👨💼 THE FACILITATOR
Harry has over 17 years of experience working on digital products and innovation. Having worked with startups and companies like WWF, Universal, Zurich and many more. Harry is the Head of Product Strategy for Kyan, a digital product agency in the UK, having recently bought a flat in Cluj. He is looking forward to meeting people interested and working within innovation in Romania.
💎 WHY TO USE A DESIGN SPRINT
• Build better products faster
• Get team alignment
• Get ahead of your competition
• Understand your customers
• Create new businesss or revenue models
• Create and test a new feature
• Speed up the timely and costly process for product and service innovation
🍀 WHO CAN BENEFIT FROM THIS
• Innovation Managers, Product Managers
• Executives at large companies
• Startup founders
• Product Owners
• UX Leads
• UX/UI Designers
• Dev Leads
09:00 – 09:15 – Registration
09:15 – 09:30 – Introduction
09:30 – 12:30 – Workshop
12:30 – 13:00 – Key takeaways
🔥 ONLY 15 SPOTS AVAILABLE
Get your tickets on the link below. Discounts apply to students and NGOs.
💵 PRICING ROUNDS
€29 – 1st round (25-30 August)
€39 – 2nd round (01-15 September)
€89 – 3rd round (16-22 September)
€149 – 4th round (23-25 September)