Because design thinking is actually a systematic approach to problem solving.
Find a leader who is innovative in any organization, and he has likely been practicing design thinking all along. It starts with the people we serve and the ability to create a better future for them. It acknowledges that we probably won’t get that right the first time. It does not require super powers.
Design Thinking’s time has come.
Design thinking can do for organic growth and innovation what TQM did for quality – take something we always have cared about and put tools and processes into the hands of leaders to make it happen.
– Jeanne Liedtka and Tim Ogilve, Designing for Growth
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