Great stuff from Forbes: “One of the most important aspects of resilience involves developing a flexible way of thinking about challenge and adversity and being able to solve problems in an accurate way. Design thinking is a type of … Continue reading
Monthly Archives: October 2017
With snow in the mountains already, here a throwback to some “underwater-behind-the-scenes” on a great fishing expedition this past summer.
Important points about low-fidelity tests leveraged in Design Thinking via Forbes. “Low fidelity tests are the darling of design thinking, and you have to constantly try out and toss new ideas that don’t work for customers. It takes discipline to … Continue reading
Design Thinking is great in theory. But what are the best ways to put it into practice? Great insights from SSIR.org “At The Design Gym, we have seen this eagerness for results show up in the form of Design Sprints—fast, … Continue reading
While getting an MBA certainly isn’t for everyone, I loved it. Even though I voraciously read the business books du jour, for me nothing compared with exchanging notes, learning from amazing professors, and conversing with others who are navigating creative … Continue reading