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Design thinking requires AND creates positive organizational cultures. Here are 3 ways design thinking can help improve organizational culture.
3 very different companies share why and how they use organizational improv to improve employee engagement, innovation, brainstorming, and organizational culture.
Many Agile values and principles reflect the “human-centered design” approaches Design Thinking is famous for. But in a fast-paced software development cycle, it can be difficult to keep the how and why of a user’s behavior in mind all the time.
This year we are giving you one of our favorite Organizational Improv activities to help you celebrate “National Fun at Work Day.” Not only is it fun and easy to do, but it also has the added bonus of demonstrating valuable lessons about teamwork and collaboration in the work place.
When facing a challenging business problem or difficult strategic question, it can be hard to know where to start. In these situations, companies and organizations often turn to established strategies to create more value for their customers and improve their own positions in the market. For many companies, design thinking is a new and innovative … Continued
“Why do you believe in design thinking?” I was having coffee with my cousin’s friend, and that question, believe it or not, was new territory for me. When you’re a business owner and consultant-type, most questions you get start with “what,” “when,” and “how much.” But “Why do you do what you do?” is rare. … Continued
The holiday gods have deemed Thursday, January 28 National Have Fun At Work Day! While we at Mindhatch aren’t always fans of enforced or overly structured fun, we definitely support the science behind how having fun at work (particularly through using humor) can make all sorts of terrible workplace outcomes better. So here is our list … Continued
We know what your boss is thinking. The idea of using improv for business sounds as outlandish as using capoeira for consulting or fencing for finance. Your company is less like “Whose Line is it Anyway?” and more like “Whose Job is on the Line Anyway?”
Why do improv comedians outperform career product managers in generating quantity and quality of ideas? Improv skills will rock your next ideation session.
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