On my previous webinar 'Running a remote design thinking session' I introduced the basic steps in the design thinking process and introduced some online tools to run a remote design thinking session.
Reserve your spot for Wednesday the 27th of May @ 2pm (IST) for the 'Setting up your first Remote Design Thinking Project', where I'll introduce you to:
The What the Why and the When of design thinking.
Design as a team sport (creating a common mind).
Prepare your first remote design thinking session.
The success of your remote design thinking session depends upon your ability to create the right environment for participants to contribute with their ideas and intuitions.
There are several online tools that can be used in organising a remote design thinking session. I believe the two most important are:
a platform enabling visual and creative collaboration.
a project management system.
Visualisation is one of the most important contribution that Design thinking brings to business. Rather than relaying on words and numbers, design introduces the concept of storytelling, and storyboarding to communicate concepts and ideas.
The design thinking process provides you, and your team a guideline to keep track of your journey in developing and implementing alternative possibilities for value creation. As you explore unfamiliar terrain, the process of design will provide you with a sense of direction when you feel lost or stuck.
Placing the steps of the design thinking process in a project management tool will help in organising the work of your team and align it towards a common goal with deadlines and expected outcomes.
Join me to discover more about setting up and running your first remote design thinking session in my upcoming live training session here.