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human-centered design
for problem-solving &
people development 

Drawing on several years as an instructor in Stanford’s Design Program and dschool, I facilitate human-centered design sprints ranging from 1 hour to multiple days. These are always applied to real business needs and with an eye toward practical implementation.

Some of the high-level outcomes include: 

  • Identify Unmet Needs 

  • Clearly Define Business Problems 

  • Increase Creative Confidence

  • Generate Innovative Ideas

  • Develop Rapid Prototypes. 

This approach is especially well-suited to complex, unique, and interconnected challenges, including people development, collaborative problem-solving, and developing new products or programs. 

Groups I work with have have the dual learning goals of addressing a business problem and understanding how to continue utilizing this innovation process in the future.

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