Join us July 25th as we explore the possibilities that you can generate as a group through the design thinking process.
Reflecting upon the last fifty, thirty, twenty, or even ten years of society, one sees massive changes along the way. These changes are coming at us at an expounding measure with technology being the accelerator. Decisions have to be made collaboratively. The talent needed to make these decisions is not rooted in either natural gifts or studio training—it lies with having a systematic approach to problem solving. That, to us, defines design thinking, and it can be taught to managers. Like any process, design thinking will be practiced at varying levels by people with different talents and capabilities. What would be different if managers and supervisors thought more like designers? We have three words for you: empathy, invention, and iteration.
Slides from today's presentation