Nowadays lots of people and companies want to innovate. They want to generate new ideas and turn them into profitable products. But how would you separate good ideas from not so good ones? How would you make sure you invest only in good ideas?
A Design Sprint is a structured, 5-day process to learn about critical business problems. Companies of different sizes use the Design Sprint to innovate, move faster and be more confident in their product investments. Yet sometimes a Design Sprint is overused, misused and wasted. Reason being the lack of the process understanding and lack of application experience. When shouldn't you use a Design Sprint?