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Essentials of Design Thinking

June 21, 2020

Dnyanesh Bodhe
Leader: Co-Creation Lab at WNS Global Services

Innovation is the cornerstone of highly successful companies, especially those that continue to be successful in the long term. For fueling much of this continual innovation Design Thinking practices are being adopted by organizations and governments around the world – working as the critical link from inspiration to delivery, concept to the showroom, and start-up to global business. Attending this webinar will let participants get familiar with the basics of the design thinking approach and a look at how and why it’s so effective. Key Takeaways: • Describe the essential ingredients of the design thinking process • Identify key terms and stages in the process • Understand the benefits of using design thinking for innovation • Explain the underlying principles that enable a design thinking mindset • Identify opportunities for applying design thinking

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