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Your brain feels fried. Another day filled with countless meetings. One meeting seemed to last forever, and everyone kept repeating themselves. You mentally checked out halfway through. You have no idea what the conclusion or purpose was. Tomorrow, you'll be more productive again... This phenomenon is called "Meeting fatigue."
It's important to note that Design Sprints are not a magic solution, but rather a powerful tool to address issues and challenges within your product, process, or service. Additionally, they are highly effective for renewal and innovation projects to quickly ascertain if you're heading in the right direction. When are Design Sprints appropriate, and when might it be better to use a different method or tool?
Starting a new project can be quite daunting. Where do you begin? How do you ensure you're heading in the right direction? Innovating, refreshing, or enhancing your product or service might feel risky. It's like embarking on an unfamiliar journey without knowing how your customers will react. Design Sprints can provide a solution in this situation, especially because they're focused on rapidly gathering real-world information about whether an idea works or not.