Your Design Team Needs A War Room. Here's How To Set One Up
In the last two years at Boom! Innovation has done design sprints with more than 20 companies. One of the simplest tricks I’ve learned is that a dedicated space with walls—a war room—always helps us do better work. The walls of a war room can extend a team’s memory, provide a canvas for shared note-taking, and act as long-term storage for works in progress. Unfortunately, war rooms are few and far between. I’m surprised by how many tech companies make space for a foosball table (fun but seldom used), yet don't dedicate a room to their most important project. In this post, we explain how to put a war room together on almost any budget.