Design Thinking starts with customers and leads teams to relevant innovations. The result: innovations that are not only technically feasible and economically attractive, but also solve real problems.
Who is Design Thinking relevant to?
In an agile environment, design thinking is a valuable toolbox for product owners. The methods and tools are ideally suited for taking the right path very early in product development and for checking the future product again and again. This also works very well in combination with Scrum or Kanban.
Workshops that lead to tangible results in a short time? And at the same time change the culture of cooperation? For Agile Coaches, Design Thinking provides inspiring facilitation ideas for working with teams and organizations.
Creativity and innovation as a controllable process? A dream come true for many managers. And exactly what they rightly expect under an innovation framework like Design Thinking!