Three Ways The Insurance Industry Can Innovate With Design Thinking

by ExperiencePoint

The insurance industry — like most industries today — faces unrelenting pressure to be able to pivot on a dime so they can stay relevant to their customers. What’s driving this period of enormous transformation for the insurance industry?

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How To Get Your Manager’s Support For Adopting Design Thinking In Your Company

by Luke Brodie

You are excited about design thinking and the impact it can have on your and your team’s performance, but your boss isn’t on-board. It’s a common scenario that often occurs because of the misperceptions that some leaders have about design thinking. They’ve heard the stories about raucous brainstorming sessions, and people building models out of clay and pipe cleaners, and assume it is too touchy feely — or even “fun” — to add any value to the business.

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Agile, Lean and Design Thinking: How They Work Together

by ExperiencePoint

In many cases adopting new business strategies means teams have abandoned old ways of doing things. But that is not the case when it comes to Agile, Lean and Design Thinking. These three methods are inherently complementary, and when companies use them in combination, it creates a highly efficient and deeply innovative environment where teams are primed to deliver exactly what customers need, while keeping them in the center of everything they do.

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Yes, Design Thinking Can Make You Uncomfortable — And That’s a Good Thing

by Luke Brodie

Design thinking workshops are known for making people uncomfortable. These are not places where you can sit quietly in the background, listening passively while someone else does the talking. You have to participate, even if the activity takes you completely out of your comfort zone.

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How To Use Storytelling To Drive Successful Business Transformations

by Andrew Webster

70 percent of organizations reporting that they have a digital transformation strategy in place or in development, according to a 2018 Tech Pro Research survey. Yet the results continue to be unimpressive. In the finance and retail industries, only 30 percent of transformation projects deliver successful outcomes, according to a 2018 Fujitsu survey. Other industries, including transportation, manufacturing, and healthcare, see even lower returns on these efforts.

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