There is a growing expectation for the public sector to keep up with the private sector’s development pace and be able to adapt. In this context several public authorities have begun using the procedural tool SPRINT.
SPRINT makes it possible to take significant steps in the development of a project. SPRINT is widely used to test whether a concept or idea has the desired effect and thereby can achieve learning, without the project needing to be developed and implemented.
Both The Tax Administration and The National Agency for IT and Learning have used SPRINT to develop projects in their organizations, which they gave some insight into at the event. You can learn more in the video: