Design Thinking Coaching

Design Thinking Coaching:  1on1 or Group We can connect you to an excellent design thinking coach who can help you apply design thinking in your own work, with your teams, and within your organization. Just send us an email at coaching@innovationtraining.org to learn more about the options. What is coaching for design thinking?   Coaching is…

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Design Thinking New Ways of Learning & Working

Many weeks ago I saw the first social media post from someone being “suddenly remote” due to COVID-19 and wondering what tools they should use for online collaboration. This seemed like a design thinking challenge emerging. An opportunity to put the steps of design thinking into practice: empathy, define, ideate, prototype and test. Since then,…

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5 Big Advantages of Remote Design Thinking

When bringing people together to solve problems with design thinking, there may be more benefits to going remote than you think. This is an InnovationTraining.org guest article by Sprintbase. Face-to-face design thinking workshops can be amazing. There is a certain energy, human connection and buzz that is pretty hard to reproduce in a virtual format.…

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Top Remote Working Software Tools to Innovate & Collaborate

Online collaboration tools for innovative work remotely If you and your teams have found yourselves working more remotely, you may be interested in this collection of top remote working, meeting, communication and facilitation tools that can increase your collaboration, impact, productivity, and ease while working virtually or from home. We’ve compiled this “meta-list” from looking…

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Pirates in the Navy Book Excerpt

This InnovationTraining.org guest article from Tendayi Viki is a selection from his latest book, Pirates In The Navy. On Understanding Your Company Before You Start Innovating A lot of innovators that I have met are impatient people. By the time we start working together, they are already fed up with their company. They know something…

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How to Run a Virtual Design Thinking Project with Remote Teams

Want to know how to effectively run a virtual design thinking project with your remote teams? Sprintbase covers the process in this guest blog.

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Steps to Design Thinking in Practice

Want to learn more about the design thinking process? This blog post walks through the stages of the design thinking process and what to expect in each.

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What Matters At Work: Aligning Values and Providing Leadership

This is an InnovationTraining.org guest article by What Matters At Work author, Harry Webne-Behrman. I’ve worked with many individuals and work teams over the years, and I’m often impressed by the dedication and commitment people bring to delivering quality service in the face of obstacles. One of the under-explored challenges they face is that they…

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Strategies for Innovating Your Workspaces

What is the relationship between the places we work and our ability to innovate? From the layout of your office to the business tools you use each day, our work environments play a key role in our ability to think critically and creatively about unexplored avenues for future success. In an age where technology is…

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Pretotyping to Build The Right It from Alberto Savoia at Stanford

Alberto Savoia and I presented at a conference a couple of years ago in Napa Valley. I remember being very interested in the “pretoyping” concept that he shared in his talk. I think it can be helpful for organizations moving into the action stage for the innovations they’ve conceived. It’s a great technique for the…

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