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.
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.
The Event was hosted by Amdocs XDC at their offices in Ra’anana
About 40 design thinkers and change makers from different companies such as SAP, Amdocs, IBM, CyberArk, NGSoft, JP Morgan and others took part together with representatives of NGOs.
The workshop was led by the founding partners of the local chapter of IBM Amdocs and SAP, the participants were divided into 3 teams, each focused on a challenge
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Great to see many people join the latest Design at Business Community Meetup in Vevey, Nestlé hedquarters! Two days of sharing and learning on how to drive innovation best keeps people at the core.
In December 2018 coaches and facilitators from a variety of companies congregated at St. Pete Beach, Florida to host the second Design at Business (DatB) Unconference. Learning from the first iteration in 2017, we covered a widespread variety of challenging topics in our two and a half days together.
Last week we kicked off the Israeli chapter of Design at Business at SAP Labs Ra'anana. More than 80 people attended, mostly from large enterprises. The agenda included 4 presentations with speakers from SAP, IBM and Amdocs, and a mini ideation workshop.
In May 175 catalysts from all over the world united to use our platform to talk, discuss and work on the question: Do we need to innovate Design Thinking? Design Thinking is dead according to some. At the same time, design thinking seems to be ...
Design at Business connects large enterprises in order to learn from each other, co-create new approaches, and grow design thinking.
In order to accelerate the learning process and scale a people-centric approach across large companies from various countries and industries SAP initiated Design at Business in 2010.
After 5 years of regular in-person meetups the community took a huge step forward in 2016 and grew from 20 to more than 120 companies from around the world.