By first working independently on a problem, then converging to share insights, teams can leverage the benefits of both work styles, leading to rapid data analysis, diverse ideas, and high-quality designs.
This article explores a workshopping technique which helps teams find simple, elegant solutions to the projects they’re working on.
Assumptions Mapping is an exercise in which a cross-functional team can unpack risky assumptions about a new product or service.
The ‘Double Diamond’ process maps the divergent and convergent stages of a design process. Created by The British Design Council, it describes modes of thinking that designers use.
The UK government's design principles and examples of how they've been used.
A menu of thirty-three Liberating Structures to replace or complement conventional practices. Liberating Structures used routinely make it possible to build the kind of organization that everybody wants. They are designed to include everyone in shaping next steps.