Design Thinking Workshop
The methodology behind design thinking recognizes that business problems often remain unsolved or ineffectively addressed because there is no overarching design philosophy in place. Traditional analytical thinking (starting with the problem and working down to possible solutions) is considered the opposite approach to design thinking, which starts with a concept and builds up through a range of ideas and possibilities. In both cases, the process begins with defining and researching the problem, but in design thinking, the third step and subsequent steps align with creative concepts rather than root-cause analysis or other downward-facing approaches. The steps in design thinking include:
As a result, the design thinking approach is well aligned with Lean Startup , since creativity, rapid adjustment and ongoing evolution are hallmarks of both.
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