What is this?
Short term remote sprints are a compressed version of the longer design sprints. This is ideal for groups with limited time and resources who need to see some progress on an idea.
What’s the outcome?
It’s a quick way to answer critical questions. Sprints help determine the direction of your organization by building consensus as a group and working toward a shared vision.
How does it work?
The below table shows you a general format. The tasks are generally spread over over a couple weeks.
|Challenge introduction – clarify the goal & deliverables
|Organization provides initial information about the vision, roadblocks, success metrics, early wins, etc..
|Summarize for organization to approve
|Identify current user experience
|Map out the current experience for donors/volunteers/clients around the issue being discussed
|Facilitate the customer journey mapping
|How Might We’s (Technique to work through possible solutions to a challenge)
|Based on internal knowledge, team members work through HMW exercises during a facilitated call (45-60 minutes)
|Instruct team on the purpose of HMW and facilitate call, summarize findings (affinity mapping), present groupings to team members for vote
|Ideas from HMW Exercise
|Present suggestions on facilitated call (30 minutes)
|Summarize suggestions, expand on top ideas, present for voting on next phase
|Determine direction to go in based on work to date (input from senior leadership)
|Prototype (This can be digital, paper, messaging, etc…)
|Decide on what to test with potential users.
|Build out collateral/prototype for feedback from target audience
|Talk to 3-5 constituents about prototype
|Recap and next steps
|Recommendations for organization and summary doc