Transform Your Organization with Creative Problem Solving
Design – whether it be of a new product, process, or initiative – is a complex problem-solving activity that requires a collaborative effort across functional boundaries.
Drawing from the designer’s toolkit, design thinking is a human-centered approach to innovation that integrates the needs of people, the possibilities of technology, and the requirements for business success.
And one of the main benefits of design thinking is that it allows businesses to manage – or at least cope with – uncertainty.
So, how can L&D leaders cultivate this sense of creative, “not afraid to fail” design thinking in their organizations in order to remain agile and competitive in ever-changing market conditions?
Creating a Culture of Collaborative Innovation
In this expert panel discussion held at Lumesse Learning Lounge 2019, brand strategist Marc Ortmans hosts a roundtable conversation on how the creative process can help build better businesses. Featuring industry experts with a variety of backgrounds – including philosophy, design, neuroscience, and architecture – this session covers the principles of design thinking, including empathy, understanding and problem solving.
- Dr. Jamie Brassett – Course Leader in Innovation Management, Central Saint Martins
- Chris Hildrey – Director, Hildrey Studio
- Georgia Sanderson-Nash – Head of Business Development – EMEA, Picasso Labs
- Simon Rupniak – Head of Design – Digital Learning, Saba Studio
Watch this on-demand presentation today for expert insights into the principles of design thinking and how this creative approach to problem solving can be applied in your organization to drive better business outcomes!