Create your Innovation Strategy. Learn how to build out an intentional innovation ecosystem and create buy-in from competing stakeholders with our Innovation workshops.
Got a wicked problem?
Ideation sessions can provide dozens of ideas for new products or services. Follow-up by validating an experiment with Design Sprints or Design Thinking workshops.
Learn how to get deeper empathy with your customers, unleash ideas that will delight them, validate the ones they will buy or use, and then create a rapid prototype. End the week ready to pivot, persevere, or stop.
Pulling from the toolkits provided through Stanford's Design school, Google's "Sprint," and Eric Reis' "The Startup Way," design sprints are meant to be fast paced, interactive, and requires the decision makers to be involved.
You can expect a hands-on, fast-paced experience that utilizes innovation exercises, design thinking, and collaboration with others.
Business Agility and Agile for Managers: courses developed for practical application you can use the next day.
A series of 2-hour workshops designed for the busy manager, focusing on soft skills and practices that focus on empowering people and enabling flow. Good for anyone who wants to strengthen or evolve their servant leader stance. You can read more details about this series by visiting the AgileforManagers site. This series is also available for licensing with a Train-the-Trainer element for Learning & Devlopment teams or Agile Coaching Teams.
Training in a Variety of Practices for Agile Professionals:
Certifications from Scrum.org are available or classes can be customized for the audience and domain. See our training page for Certified Scrum Training: PSM, PSPO, PSU, or PSF through Scrum.org
How to go from Idea to Backlog: Break down a new initiative from idea to backlog with our Agile Requirements or our customizable MVP Garage
Agile Requirements: A robust, hands-on course developed by Ellen Gottesdeiner, co-author of "Discover to Deliver." Learn how to apply the 7 Product Dimensions to your refinement activities. Includes requirements visualization techniques, non-functional requirements, user stories and acceptance criteria.
Phase I: Preparation
Participants in an MVP workshop receive the most value when there is a partnership with the business to prepare 2-5 days of jam-packed value specific to your domain.
Phase II: Execution
Phase III: Reinforcement
Consulting, Coaching, or Training as needed