Each design thinking workshop begins with a warm-up exercise. We call it "Ice Breaker". Ice breakers set the ground for a fruitful, open, creative and flowing discussion.
Design at Business Israel invites you to a virtual meeting where we will review and practice Ice Breakers and discuss their impact on the success of the workshop
The session will be held in hebrew.
What does the future of innovative work spaces look like? How do current developments change the way we innovate, collaborate and live? During our last global virtual Design at Business meetup on November 12th we discussed these and other questions with more than 40 like-minded innovation experts who joined us from different regions and countries across the globe like Europe, North America, Israel, India, Brazil and others.
This story has started in 2017. A director attended a design thinking course at Stanford and decided to share the lessons learned with his team, having no idea how and where they could apply it. Suddenly, arose the opportunity to put it into practice in the Talent Recruitment area.
Yesterday we hosted a talented group of experts from SAP, IBM, NGSoft, Palo Alto Network, PTC, JPMorgan and Aman as part of Design at Business IL meetup to share and discuss the challenges of design processes in large enterprises.
Hélio Mosquim Junior, Global Head of Technology Business Partner at VALE started by explaining the business imperatives and great challenges the company intends to solve through innovation and the organization structure created to accommodate and manage squads around the globe. He mentioned several initiatives such as hackthons, design thinking workshops, open innovation, and strategic areas like Digital Lab, RPA Center, AI Center.
The Community of design thinking practitioners and change agents got together in Frankfurt to share best practices, working models and learnings as they transform their teams to become design lead.
The key focus of the meetup was on large organizations can optimize the several innovation initiatives that arise across the different branches of the company.