For whom?

Multidisciplinary teams that want to learn the best practices for finding solutions for any business problem in a short period of time.

Internal team purposes, that can also function as an external tool for managing workflow with clients and outsourced teams.

One team: max. 5 attandees.

6h daily, 90% practical workshop.


Advanced – works best with attendees who are at mid- or senior level in their profession.


The sprint process gives you a superpower: You can fast-forward into the future to see your finished product and customer reactions before making any expensive commitments. Working together in a sprint, you can shortcut the endless-debate cycle and compress months of time into a single week. Instead of waiting until the launch of a product to understand if an idea is any good, you will get clear data from a realistic prototype.

Emilia Maj

UX / UI Designer / Mentor

Emilia specializes in software product strategy, user experience and visual design. Emilia works with Google as an external UX Expert.

In 2016, Emilia was trained and certified as a Google Design Sprint Master. She has run over 15 sprints with different companies so far, delving into diverse areas including: desktop applications, mobile software products, cross-channel marketing services, public media sites, sales processes and many more.

We’ve run workshops for divers companies.


Rafał Kowalczyk

e-marketing coordinator, PZU

“Emilia ran a sprint with a huge commitment and passion that quickly spread to the entire team! The work we did under her eyes has more then only a business value. The training positively influenced each of us, brought even more energy to work on the next stages of the project.”

Krzysztof Choma

CEO at Nomtek

“The methodology has proven to be equally effective in case of sales issues. At the workshop, we created a scenario of conversations with potential client, which we quickly tested and improved. After 3 days of intense work, we have achieved the result that is still in use in the company. I recommend the training to every team.”