A sprint is a short, time-boxed period when a team works to complete a set amount of work (e.g: ideation, prototyping, etc). The length of a sprint varies but is usually fairly short, being kept to within a few days to a week with some being even a day long. Sprints begin with setting clear goals and scope, which remain unchanged throughout the sprint. The team works on tasks during the sprint, aiming to achieve their defined goal by the sprint’s end.
|Business Strategy Sprint||Automation, Integration & Optimisation Sprint||Innovation & Agile Sprint|
|When you are looking to internationalise or undergo digital transformation and wish to involve senior/middle management.|
Potential deliverables: Business Model Canvas, Frameworks, Product Localisation, Resource mapping, GTM Strategy, Digital Product Strategy (Acquisition & Retention), SWOT Analysis
|When you are looking to fine tune your internal or external customer journey and align your people, processes & tools.|
Potential deliverables: Workflow mapping, automation strategy (build, rent or buy), Cost analysis, Integration Map
|When you are looking to increase the innovation and agility quotient within your organisation when going through a venture building phase.
Potential deliverables: Digital Prototype, Change management plan, mindset training (e.g. Agile or Lean), Job Redesign, Validation Canvas, Business Model Canvas
Lynda Kho, Design Manager, sgCarMart Pte. Ltd.
Course is HRDC Claimable for Malaysian employers.