Tag Archives: Design Thinking

Design Thinking

Now that Design Thinking is more commonly known, many groups are starting to adopt it. Chad McAllister Nathan interviews Nathan Owen Rosenberg Sr. to learn about the culture aspects of moving towards Design Thinking. Continue reading

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Doing design thinking is a cure for such small mindedness—and is the real, lasting benefit of this humanizing work. This post dives into this theory. Continue reading

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Innovation is a saturated field, but one with a hole in it. Many companies can generate thousands of potentially valuable ideas, but have no acceptable cultural method for placing a value on them. Continue reading

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Our last Let’s Grow column focused on an outgrowth of our efforts with some sharp peers, the Memphis Innovation Bootcamp. Continue reading

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Design Thinking to Bring Problems into Focus

Design Thinking involves 5 steps that begin with learning from customers and ends through iterations of product design and prototyping, producing a product that solves the customers’ problem in a valuable way – a solution they love. Continue reading

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Over the past 20 years, we’ve seen a radical shift toward design as a fundamental source of value. It used to be that design was a relatively narrow field, but today it’s become central to product performance and everybody needs to be design literate. Continue reading

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Recently, I was quite delighted to see my post Integrating Lean Startup and Design Thinking ranked #11 of the Top 100 Innovation Posts 2014 at Innovation Excellence. Once again, I was pondering why this post has been by far the most resonating one I’ve written up to now. Continue reading

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