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While we may not be collaborating in-person, Design Thinking can continue to thrive in a virtual setting. Check out these tools:
Zoom Breakout Rooms: Will allow you to segment a Zoom call into smaller groups for select activities, and then return back to the main Zoom session when needed.
Lucidspark: An expansion of Lucidchart, Lucidspark is a whiteboard collaboration tool perfect for remote Design Thinking. Using virtual post-its, each participant can simultaneously throw out ideas. The tool also supports the use of voting, timers, and so much more.
Be a Design Thinking Leader
As leaders here at Ping, your expectations to support our Design Thinking initiatives are simple. Be a leader. It’s not easy making a big shift across an organization, so we need strong leaders like you to put it into motion and keep it going. We’ve gathered a few key things you’ll need on this page.
Get Your Team Trained
By the end of 2021, all Ping Identians are expected to be trained in Design Thinking by participating in a training workshop. We need you to champion this transformation.
The earlier your team is trained, the sooner you’ll see value added to your group. And don’t forget to go through the training yourself! Then beyond the training, consider how you can put Design Thinking to action by using the customer-centric habits you learned.
Lead by Example
People are excited about this. And as a leader, it’s your responsibility to make it part of every day. How can you lead by example and make Design Thinking a part of your team? Here are some tips:
Use Your Resources
Check out some of these tools to help you lead your team to Design Thinking success.