Tag Archives: Human-Centric Problem-Solving

Developing a Future-Fitness Focus

GUEST POST from Janet Sernack In a recent article “Organizing for the future: Nine keys to becoming a future-ready company” McKinsey and Co, suggested that the Covid-19 pandemic has added to the pressure to change that has been growing for many years, … Continue reading

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Why Sometimes Being Certifiable is a Good Thing

Recently I became a Certified Design Thinking Professional (CDTP) through the Global Innovation Institute (GInI). I’m sure you’ve probably heard someone say that an individual is certifiable. In the negative context of the word it means that an individual is … Continue reading

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8 Design Thinking Flaws and How to Fix Them

by Braden Kelley and Adam Radziszewski Design Thinking attempts to extract the mindset of a designer, an artist, a creator, or even a child into a series of steps that can be applied to any discipline (even business or politics) … Continue reading

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7 Steps to Building Stronger Sales Relationships with Human-Centric Problem Solving

by Braden Kelley and Adam Radziszewski Building strong sales relationships is all about trust and demonstrating how the product/solution will make the customer’s life better. But is traditional selling getting you where you want to go? If you’re looking to … Continue reading

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The Five Keys to Successful Change

My next book, Charting Change, is a followup to Stoking Your Innovation Bonfire and is now available for pre-order. While my first book helped people identify and remove barriers to innovation, my next book is designed to make the process … Continue reading

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