Design Sprints have become widely adopted globally by companies as a tool for #innovation and problem-solving and one of the most hyped processes around.
We designed Design Sprint 3.0 as a response to being in Sprints where we realised our clients did not know what the problem was, or if it even existed. Or alternatively, the problems we were tackling were too broad to allow a practical solution or too narrow to be worth the investment.
So we have re-engineered the Design Sprint framework to conclusively define the problem before the sprint, get the stakeholder buy-in, and ensure the sprint team is working on a problem worth the investment.
Here's how it differs from the original process popularised by the book SPRINT by Jake Knapp, that we will refer to as Design Sprint 1.0.
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