Disruptive Media Learning Lab
Published on Feb 9, 2018
The CU SPRINT is a Higher Education focused version of the Google Ventures Sprint (gv.com/sprint). Designed by Jake Knapp and John Zeratsky, the Google Ventures Sprint is used by companies and organisations across the globe to rapidly solve problems and develop ideas.

The CU SPRINT is designed to allow course teams the time, space, and resource to radically reconsider their product starting backwards from the ideal graduate. The CU SPRINT in its fullest form takes place over five solid days, and should provide completed course documentation, a prototype design, and stakeholder feedback by the end of the process.

Additional variations of the CU SPRINT may be used to develop solutions and ideas which do not require a full five days of exploration.

In this video Paul Cashian, Associate Dean for Student Experience talks about how the CU SPRINT has helped Coventry Universities Faculty of Business and Law to rapidly develop solutions and ideas to a range of issues and problems.

For more information on the CU SPRINT you can visit flipped.coventry.ac.uk/sprint or contact the Disruptive Media Learning Lab at dmll@coventry.ac.uk.

Disruptive Media Learning Lab / Coventry University
dmll.org.uk
Twitter: @disrupt_learn

CU SPRINT: flipped.coventry.ac.uk/sprint

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