In this post, I argue why Thought Leadership is a critical skill for designers to become good strategists who are better prepared to influence business decisions.
In this post, I talk about the need of quantifying and qualifying strategy while making a case for a set of tools that helps teams find objective ways to value design solutions to justify the product experience investments in that bring us ever closer to our vision and goals.
In this post, we will talk about how to prioritisation can help us focus on what is important, steering us ever closer to our vision and goals.
In this post, I’ll talk about how can designers step up to the plate and become skilled facilitators that help teams with creating choices.
In this post we talk about how designers and strategists can respond, prod, encourage, guide, coach and teach as they guide individuals and groups to make good decisions that are critical in the business.
In this post, we will deep dive on art of asking questions to ensure teams are making good decisions and paddling on the same direction […]
In this post, I’ll talk about some of the visual thinking techniques that can be drawn from design thinking, data analytics, system thinking, game storming, and lean start-up.
In this post, I’ll argue for the Need of Facilitation in the sense that designers must become skilled facilitators that respond, prod, encourage, guide, coach and teach as they guide individuals and groups to make decisions that are critical in the business world though effective processes.
In this chat on Clubhouse, Jonathan Sun and I talked about The Importance of Vision for Product Design, and discussed how to facilitate discussions around creating experience Vision.
If designers want to influence and translate strategy in ways that drive their user experience vision forward, they must become both business-savvy analysts and synthesizers. What are the skills of a strategist designers need to become both business-savvy analysts and synthesisers?