Innovation sprint – accelerate your development through the shortcut to learning
The innovation sprint is a battle-tested process for solving any challenge in 1-5 days. Sign up to get hands-on experience with the process and learn how to use the essential innovation tools. This applies no matter which organisation you work for or what type of product or service you offer.
The course will strengthen your understanding of the concept and methods we use when working with innovation sprints, and you will get the chance to try it out in a hands-on compressed form through the course. You will be equipped to plan and facilitate your own innovation sprint after completing the course. Innovation sprints are a process that originates from the start-up and tech world of Google, but which has been adjusted to a process that can tackle any business challenge.
The language of instruction is English.
"Seeing this structured process was very helpful for us, and I can take that back to our company."
Roland Karlsson, R&D
You work with innovation, R&D and/or business development. You may already have experience in these areas and wish to incorporate more theory, structure and speed into what you already do and to further strengthen your “toolbox”. You want to speed up your development process and learn how to validate ideas as early as possible.
The course covers the following main topics:
- The purpose of your sprint (new process, strategy, product or service)
- Framing your challenge
- Understanding your users
- Generating and sharing your insights
- Ideating through intuitive and analytical thinking
- Developing value propositions and business models
- Generating and testing your assumptions with customers
- Pitching your concept
- Planning your next sprint and facilitation tips
After the course, you will be able to:
- Know when and how to conduct innovation sprints
- Use the specific tools for each important step in innovation sprints
- Inspire other people in your organisation on innovation sprints
- Frame innovation challenges and opportunities
- Better understand your customers
- Ideate in teams and sketch solutions
- Develop value propositions and business models
- Prototype and validate assumptions with users
- Pitch concepts
Next course held
- Start date:
- 14 September 2017 at 09:00
- 14 - 15 September
- DKK 9,950.00 excl. VAT
Oliver Max Sjöstedt
+45 3085 8067
- MSc in Management of Innovation and Business Development, Copenhagen Business School (2016)
- MBA Semester at City University of New York (2014)
- BSc Exchange Semester, University of Queensland (2012)
- BSc in Service Management, Copenhagen Business School (2013)
Experience and background
Oliver Sjöstedt comes from a background in business development, innovation and entrepreneurship. Oliver has a master’s degree that focus on innovation and how companies can develop and implement idea-to-launch processes. He has working experience as co-founder of one start-up and as business developer for another. He has also worked for H&M and Google as an industry analyst and on innovation projects. Oliver has a passion for ways to define and validate innovative solutions, and he has experience in both designing and running innovation sprints for several different industries.
René Bach Lundgaard
+45 6029 9425
- MA in Information Studies, Aarhus University (2006)
- MA in Interaction Design, Chalmers University of Technology (2004)
- IPMA® (C)
- PMI® (PMP)
- PRINCE2® (Practitioner)
Experience and background
A designer by profession and a consultant by experience, René Bach Lundgaard has worked in the digital agency and consulting industry at the intersection of commercial ideas and human desires for 10 years. René is experienced in strategic and conceptual design within radical change and exponential technology. He takes special interest in the convergence of unmet customer needs and new technological opportunities as well as how new ideas can be validated fast in terms of desirability, feasibility and viability. He truly believes that the best way to predict the future is by designing it. Hence, his consulting is all about doing it instead of thinking it.