The proven cooperative design methods and tools make it possible to move from a well-identified problem or need to a prototype solution and push it into the test phase to iterate quickly.
Benefits of Design thinking
With a Design Thinking approach, you can unlock complex problems that require new and innovative solutions. Through its cooperative workshop format and its tools and methods, you unleash the creativity of project teams while improving management by gaining in agility. You enter a new approach to work that integrates all the fundamental dimensions of a project, from economic development to ecological responsibility and commitment.
👉 Find innovative solutions
To meet complex needs, it is necessary to imagine new solutions. The design work process includes the necessary steps from understanding the need to defining solutions in the form of prototypes that we will come and test directly with end users.
👉 Develop team creativity
Creation is not a skill but a natural human process. Creativity emerges through exchanges, interactions in the experiments of the working groups. Workshops replace meetings and thus generate new ideas and open up possibilities. This is what you need to generate new opportunities for your business.
👉 Manage projects efficiently
The collaborative work process based on a design approach covers all the needs of a project: finding users, understanding needs, asking the right questions, creating relevant and new ideas, prototyping and testing until the creation of a stabilized product or service.
👉 Gain agility
The design work process is iterative, that is, it moves the project forward from cycle to cycle and each time improving or reorienting itself. Very close and complementary to agility and lean management, it avoids months of poorly oriented work and always refocused on the heart of the project: responding to real needs.
👉 Take into account the economy as well as the ecology
In a design process, everything is important and must be valued, no fight between ecology, sustainability and economic and commercial development.
- Does the project meet a real need?
- Is the project based on a viable economic model?
- Is the project feasible given the current state of available resources?
- Is the project balanced over the long term, sustainable or even regenerative?
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If you feel that the Design thinking process can meet the needs of your project, do not hesitate to contact me directly and let's talk about it. 👇