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Better, Faster, Stronger? Design Thinking Gets a New Study: Design Observer
Forrester has determined that teams that are applying IBM’s design thinking practice and are adequately staffed with design talent are getting to market twice as fast as without. These teams are also seeing up to a 75% reduction in design and development time.
designthinking  IBM  ROI  measurement 
2 hours ago by jeffkraemer
The Difference Between Design Thinking, Lean Startup, and Agile
At its core, these tools don’t just help your organisation build better products, they unlock your people’s potential to create more impact and lead more fulfilling lives and with employee tenure getting shorter at most organisations and employee engagement gaining higher prominence as a priority, companies can ill afford not to at least start experimenting with these approaches to not only product development, but ways of work.
lean  agile  designthinking 
6 days ago by danamuses
It's Nice That | Why Design Thinking is bullshit
Proclamations like “foundational creative tools to tackle complex challenges,” or “ways to dramatically improve the success rate for innovation” lure hungry industries into design thinking’s process. They’re drawn to the promise of taming the irrational and unpredictable beast that is creativity. But it must be realised that design thinking is nothing new. It’s a rudimentary problem-solving framework masquerading as a scientific method. A phase called “empathise” tells us to put humans first. It’s a reminder of society’s golden rule, “do unto others as you would have them do to you.” Flip through a thesaurus for the word “define” and you’ll find every other term used to identify, comprehend, discover, explore, clarify or establish this step in thinking. Ideating, prototyping and testing are paraphrased from science’s’ “hypothesise, experiment, and analyse.” However, the salesmen of design thinking courses have managed to trick industries that the act of thinking is something brand new.
design  designthinking 
7 days ago by JohnDrake
Draw How To Make Toast - a Wicked Problem Solving™ Tool
DrawToast workshops are a great way to get groups to think freshly about mental models. In just 3 minutes, each person sketches a diagram of how to make toast. When comparing diagrams, people are shocked at how diverse the diagrams are, revealing a wide range of models of what's important in making toast. It's a great launch pad for drawing out what's really important to the group.
business  visualthinking  design  systems  agile  problemsolving  designthinking 
11 days ago by schmidjon

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