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  • Book Sprints goes Art

    Book Sprints acquired its first piece of art to be kept in our office in Berlin, and we could not identify any more than we do with the chosen piece. By South Africa artist Nicky Broekhuysen (www.nickybroekhuysen.com), “Unbound” is a ... read more

  • Precarity Lab

    A pressing and relevant topic, skilful writers and a spectacular setting in the Banff National Park – the Book Sprint to produce the forthcoming book, Techno-Precarious, was definitely one of my favourites from 2019. 10 writers from a range of ... read more

  • Cisco SD-WAN Book Sprint

    We just finished another book due to come out at Cisco Live! along with the updated SD-Access, Catalyst Switches and Wireless books. This one will be on Cisco SD-WAN. Software Defined Wide Area Networks (SD-WAN) is an evolution of the ... read more

  • Closing up a 5 year research project with a sprinted report

    In January 2019 the Dutch development body Hivos’s  programme had a very large report to write for their funders, the UK government’s Department for International Development, and they used a Book Sprint to achieve it. It was the culmination of ... read more

  • Review 2018

    It’s been a really good tenth anniversary year for us and we would like to thank everyone who participated in sharing their memories of #booksprints10. We solidified our small company, diversified our client base, worked on refining our method, and ... read more

  • Book Sprints and Team Dynamics

    Sold: Selling Outcomes Leading Deals is Xentaurs first book. A small technology consulting start-up, started two years ago, Xentaurs have made a name for themselves in big tech, with their unique outcome-based sales approach. What gets sold has really changed. ... read more