We've already covered the differences between Design Thinking and Design Sprints, and now we would like to dig a bit deeper into what Design Thinking is. If you want a brush up on the differences between these two terms, check out our post on Design Sprint vs. Design Thinking. #learninganddevelopment #lighthouse #training #hr #humanresources #hrconsulting #hrprofessional #hrservices #digitallearning #elearning #microlearning #learning #learningjourney #knowledgemanagement #leadership #vienna
Compare taking a culinary course to making a specific meal, let's say spaghetti Bolognese, and you're close to figuring out the difference between Design Thinking and Design Sprints. Using our little analogy here, #designthinking would be the culinary course where you learn about cooking techniques and the theory of how different ingredients and spices interact, while #designsprint would be cooking your spaghetti Bolognese following a step-by-step recipe.
1. Together Alone - give space for individual creativity and engage both introverts and extraverts by working in silence. 2. Tangible Beats Discussion - instead of endless brainstorming about what ifs, implement ideas as prototypes and test them with your target audience. 3. Getting Started Is More Important Than Perfection- Moving forward is of greater value than dwelling on every trifle. 4. Time Box & Move On - allocate a set amount of time for every problem, task, project.