Design thinking for the learning professionalJuly 14, 2016RYAN SEAMONS | DegreedProduct Manager degreed.com/ryanseamons @degreed
Help you (as leaders or practitioners) use design thinking to identify and solve meaningful problems for your organization.Goal:
What is design thinking?
Design thinking is a human-centered approach to innovation that draws from the designer's toolkit to integrate the needs of people, the possibilities of technology, and the requirements for business success.
TIM BROWN, IDEO
Is not just a pretty pictures.It does not simply mean being creativeIt does not end with a prototypeDesign thinking is not something that is slapped on at the end of a project. Design Thinking Isnt
Example: Van HalenAbsolutely No Brown M&Ms
People, technology, businessDesirability, feasibility, viabilityInspiration, ideation, implementationDiscover, design, development, deployDifferent words, similar processes:
From IDEO about pageInspirationIdeationImplementationThe problem or opportunity that motivates the search for solutions.The process of generating, developing, and testing ideas. The path that leads from the project stage into peoples lives.
InspirationThe problem or opportunity that motivates the search for solutions
IdeationThe process of generating, developing, and testing ideas
ImplementationThe path that leads from the project stage into peoples lives
LoopThe process of learning from feedback
How do we actually do this?
How we actually do this.Focus on the problem to solve2. Get design thinking skills on your team3. Have more debriefs (or start having them)4. LOOP