Lack of agility silo organisation rigid processes

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lack of agility Silo organisation Rigid processes Planning & budget planning Changing afterwards a product already launched is a clear signal failure Innovative projects lost in organizational sand.
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Training people who think and command Emphasis on quick & e cient decision making Specialization of competences “Science”-based knowledge Intelligence over action management training is too fayolist
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to sum it up —> We need a spirit of wonder and curiosity that’s what Design thinking is about —> We need empathy Peril of abstraction Peril of arrogance
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empathy a sense of wonder and curiosity more than method, It’s about a mindset
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it is not design over business it is about doing business the innovative way
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method
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invention is creating something new innovation is a new way to solve a problem
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a strong concept is based on a strong problem statement is based on deep customer understanding
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1. think about potential issues
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2. explore through empathy
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3. analyse and define the problem you will address
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4. ideate and define your concept
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4. explore and test solutions
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