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Experience, Learn, Use — How to Spark Change

Here’s a story about change. I am not saying this was me, but I am also not saying I didn’t have anything to do with it at all:

When I started my job as a Product Manager at a digital lab in a corporation, nobody was using Design Sprints. I heard rumours about how people used to do that and then stopped, but no one remembered when or why. We did a first miniature Design Sprint-ish thing…

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Product strategist, decision facilitator, team enabler, problem solver, design sprinter, agile enthusiast, intersectional feminist.

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Lisa Mo Wagner

Lisa Mo Wagner

Product strategist, decision facilitator, team enabler, problem solver, design sprinter, agile enthusiast, intersectional feminist.

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