As in-person meetings and group gatherings around the world swiftly change course to protect public health and businesses grapple with how to account for economic shifts, it is natural to shift into crisis mode. As a proven innovation technique, design thinking remains a critical tool for change management and strategic planning. While design thinking workshops are typically conducted in person, principles of the process can be applied from anywhere. Here are five ways remote work and design thinking can complement one another to yield impactful outcomes.
Working remotely does not require working alone. Using these core principles of design thinking can help keep everyone connected as we navigate a changing business environment together.
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