Design Thinking Tools: how to use them to solve complex problems

Design thinking, methods, practices, and frameworks are part of both visible and invisible work, which is always being done “backstage” as part of most companies’ innovation processes. More specifically, it is the cornerstone of the process of building environments (physical and now virtual) that help facilitate new business ideas. Here at MJV, we have recently released our Innovation Report, where we shared our belief that Design Thinking still makes a difference within the business innovation context. Furthermore, we think, it will continue to be impactful throughout the next decade. However,…

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