Reflection
  • 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

  • On Book Sprints Facilitation

    What makes our particular kind of facilitation at Book Sprints unique? We often get asked how what we do is different to the facilitation of an “unconference stye participatory event” which have become popular in the technology space. Adam Hyde, ... read more

  • What Happened in Westport

    “So what’s the normal product at the end of 5 days, a table of contents or something?” asked one of the people joining this week’s Book Sprint on Human Robot Interaction. I chuckled to myself, reassured him that no book ... read more

  • Review 2017

    A happy new 2018 to you! 2017 was an interesting year in the Book Sprints universe, mostly happy, sometimes sad. We’ll share a quick review of what we have been up to: NEWS IN BRIEF The terrible loss of free ... read more