Design Sprint is part of a race for innovation. Most of the time, we are asked to sign tons of confidentiality agreements. This is the game, we are ready to accept it, and it is true that we regularly work on top secret projects. In addition, we live in Switzerland, where the culture is built around Gruyère cheese and banking secrecy. In the end, it`s usually quite complicated for us to show our work in detail – and that`s what other sprintmasters around the world share. You`ll easily find design sprint stories online, or photos of people sticking post-its, but see an actual prototype and the results after the sprint. It will never happen. FOR NOW. Before we begin, thank you for signing the confidentiality agreement. I would like to mention two parts of it. First, it is a reminder that what I am showing you and what we are discussing today is confidential. It also gets your permission for me to record our session, only for our own internal use. This way we can go back and check it later.
And of course, you are free to take a break or leave at any time during the session. As in the example above, it`s best to start wide and then move on to specific questions that relate to your goals for the research sprint. If you do it right, participants won`t realize that the interview has started – it will sound like natural chatter. At Google Ventures, we have a four-day process to answer questions and test hypotheses, without the time or cost of launching. It`s called a GM research sprint. This is the third in a series of five articles on running a research sprint. (You can also watch a 90-minute video about research sprints.) Google Ventures offers to include in the email a link to a confidentiality agreement (example of the Google Venture confidentiality agreement). GV Research Sprint SeriesUpcoming: Start by recruiting participants (day 1) Next: Finish the schedule and fill out the interview guides (day 3) You can contact us at 1800 730 617 or firstname.lastname@example.org for a free and no-obligation chat. What do you do to get by? To stay in shape? To stay active? And even if you don`t have a specific reason to need it now, it`s still a good idea to have an NDA handy for your business (you never know what might happen!).
After the phone calls, I send an email to each confirmed participant. In each email, I add that most interview guides are an introduction, context questions, tasks, follow-up questions, and a debriefing. Today you can start writing the introductory and background questions – on the third day, once the prototype is complete, you can finish the rest of the interview guide. This is why DNNs are a valuable tool for businesses, as both parties can be sure that confidential information and intellectual property are protected. It may seem like a lot of back and forth just to plan the participants, but each response will boost your confidence that they will actually show up for the interview. You move fast and only do five interviews, so you should make the most of your time. Unable to subscribe to the email address. Please try again. Since I didn`t conceive of that, you`re not going to hurt or flatter me. Indeed, open and open feedback is the most useful. I will begin this session by presenting a few background questions.
Then I`m going to show you some of the things we`re working on, and I`m asking you to accomplish some tasks. If you`re working on tasks, think hard. This means that you should try to give a common comment on what you are doing while you are doing the tasks….