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December 10, 2020

Leadership: essentials in interpersonal skills

Zachary Wong, in his book “The eight essential skills for project management” establishes an interesting panoramic view on how you should act and what kind of attitude you should have when leading a team. Here […]
December 4, 2020

Infographic – 3 ways to think about design thinking

The design experts at HPI Stanford present a model where first of all you focus on empathizing with your user needs and then focus on defining what problems they have to focus on, and after […]
November 30, 2020

TASKS VS USER STORIES PROGRESS – The story of WIP –  Which should I finish first?

Who should we finish first, all of our assigned tasks or the user stories as ordered in the sprint backlog? Anh is all of that related to limiting WIP?  What’s a User Story? – To […]
November 24, 2020

5 different ways to think about design thinking.

It is normal that taking into account the multiplicity of approaches and tendencies, we can identify several streams of thinking and education about design. In this post, we selected five of the most popular ones […]
November 10, 2020

Dissecting innovation tools: the Empathy Map

Empathy Maps are very useful in order to understand and prioritize user needs. The nature of building it as a collaborative canvas with several technicians and stakeholders helps in order to establish a common ground. […]
November 10, 2020

Six steps for being a design thinker oriented leader

If you have the ability to understand design not as an aesthetic coat but rather a step by step method to solve meaningful and chaotic problems, you can benefit from it and use it for […]
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