- Condensing project time-frames to shorter windows
- Focusing in on more rapid iteration and learning
In my own programming I host a quarterly program design sprint. In the span of 30 – 45 minutes it’s a series of rapid reflection and writing questions, designed to support people to GET IDEAS on PAPER without a lot of self-censure.
Having run these for about four years now, it’s always amazing to see what emerges in these short windows. A recent group member was inspired by what they were able to get out of their head and onto paper just last week. I’ve dedicated a notebook to these jottings so that I can go back in the future to find and build onto them.
Sprints don’t just appeal to short projects, but also longer projects. Take a look at the book Sprint, by Jake Knappfor more on this. He goes through the rapid prototyping that can occur over the course of five days.
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