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One of the hottest topics in the business world, design thinking helps you break through your messiest business problems with a systematic approach to uncovering creative insights and new solutions.
A significant challenge for much local government is understanding what constituents want and need. The top-down approach that many agencies employ can create a disconnect between services and who’s being served.
Up to 50 percent of all neo-natal deaths in the developing world occur within the first 24 hours of delivery, largely the result of inadequate access to healthcare and precarious conditions for mothers at birth. Because survival chances increase if the baby is not born premature, malnourished or underweight, frog’s solution supports the mother from the start of pregnancy through the gestation period and after the birth.
frog Design’s Turi McKinley sits down with GLG (Gerson Lehrman Group) to discuss problem solving, design research, and answering tough questions during the research phase when designing a product. In her role as the leader of Frog’s design research practice, Turi uses GLG expert interviews to help her team learn about new industries and develop an empathy based approach to users when designing a service.
Market Disruptions. Clayton Christensen on disruptive innovators and how to hire a milkshake. From the University of Phoenix Lecture Series.
The comprehensive nature of the list of problem solving strategies allows individuals to use a checklist approach to […]
From Agile to Scrum to Waterfall to Kanban, there are a variety of different project management frameworks. Some, like Scrum, follow a more rigid, structured methodology. Others, like Kanban, are easier to introduce and implement on top of existing processes. They all have pros and cons, so how do you know which one to choose?
This article will cover the differences between Agile vs Scrum vs Waterfall vs Kanban. We’ll talk about the advantages, disadvantages, stages, and when you should use each one.