Figuring out which projects to prioritize when undergoing digital transformation can easily become a real headache for companies. To simplify this process, we’ve developed a customized approach that we call “Innovation Sprint,” which combines the Problem Framing and Design Sprint methods. In only five to ten days, this very flexible approach focuses on identifying the next crucial steps to take to reach the targeted level of performance for your organization.
Problem Framing is a creative approach that aims to pinpoint which issues to address and how to achieve the biggest gains for your company at the very beginning of a digital transformation. This approach is used to quickly prioritize the most promising projects and prevent companies from investing in the resolution of the wrong problem, which would lead to poor technological results.
Following Problem Framing, the Design Sprint method is the next step to take to bring out the most innovative and easy-to-implement solutions.
The design sprint is a well-known method for accelerated product and app development that was largely popularized by Google. It’s a technique that is highly successful when it comes to rapid innovation, and it lets you reassess your digital transformation process methods.
Why should you choose the design sprint?
- To determine the right product for the right client, all directly aligned with your business objectives
- To put together a road map for developing products, solutions and services that are consistent with your organization’s innovation approach
- To ensure your risks are calculated and to measure return on investment
We are faithful to the design sprint approach without being rigid, following each of the steps to the letter in order to highlight the best possible solution to the objectives identified at the start of the process.