The Thespian's guide to Design Thinking: how we can use acting to build empathy. We want to look at acting for inspiration for effective Design Thinking.
How we design user experiences is changing exponentially. So what is the limiting factor when it comes to UX design?
A simple way of thinking about computer security that can help the decisions you make every day
This episode looks at the four steps of Kaizen and how you apply them to being consistently innovative no matter what you do.
I wanted to dig a bit deeper, so we're exploring why Design Thinking is popular... we end up looking at the emergence and convergence of iterative business processes. Why Design Thinking is dominant when there are other problem solving frameworks out there and the importance of Design Thinking in the 'Creation Economy'...
We spend so much time teaching kids spoken and written language, yet we seem to relegate visualization skills, communicating through diagrams, one of the most powerful communication and collaboration tools we have as humans, to a small part of a math class building graphs - and that's about it. This episode we're looking at the concept of 'visual vocabulary' and look at some practical examples of it in action.
This episode we're looking at two articles: Cognitive Diversity from Harvard Business Review and The Metagame from Farnam Street
There are actually two kinds of diversity: passive and active diversity - and they can exist in isolation from each other.
In this episode of the Innovation Podcast learn about reverse-engineering mindset and how you can apply it to nearly anything and rapidly accelerate your learning.
Have you ever tried to get people to do something that needs to be a habit and failed? Here's how to make the habits stick.