Track your personal learning journeys over time and visualise the fact that learning is not a linear process. The maps are not a goal in themselves, but use them as a tool to create a journal of your process and reflect.
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This toolkit can be used in workshops, conversations, dialogues, but also to prompt fresh ideas into organisations, leadership teams, innovations labs or any other form of co-creation or co-design. It helps you transform your thinking so you can transform your doing.
Design Method Toolkit (Ch. 8)
Once a sprint goal is set, divide it into sub-goals, each of which can be tackled using a specific method chosen from the Design Method Toolkit. This toolkit is helpful in ideating or suggesting suitable methods.
Sprint Retrospective session (Ch. 5)
Finally, a sprint retrospective allows the team to reflect on the results and processes of the past sprint. It provides an opportunity to identify how and what to improve, change, or continue in the same way in the upcoming sprints.