Reflection
  • Different sprint methods explained in five minutes

    Every year, the Forum of Digitalization in Higher Education (HFD) in Germany organizes a summer school for teachers, scientists and academic staff to exchange their experiences in interactive formats. They learn from and with one another how the digitization of ... read more

  • Inside the Editoria Community

      Book Sprints operations manager and facilitator trainee Karina recently travelled to Chicago, Illinois to attend the Editoria Community Meeting. Book Sprints rely on Editoria as the technological infrastructure upon which our facilitators and Sprint participants collaborate to author, edit ... 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

  • Book Sprints turns 10

    We can’t believe it’s been 10 years since the first Book Sprint. At the time, Adam Hyde was leading the community and platform for sharing free and open source software documentation, FLOSS Manuals. He was looking for innovative ways to ... read more

  • Why Book Sprints work

    Our recent Book Sprint in Cambridge was unique because the founder of Book Sprints, Adam Hyde brought his organization, the Collaborative Knowledge Foundation (Coko) together to do a Book Sprint. He also got to participate for the first time in a methodology ... read more