Katja Tschimmel

Katja Tschimmel

Porto, Portugal / Consultant, Trainer, Researcher, Guest Professor, Conference Speaker. Managing Partner of Mindshake – Consultancy in Creativity and Design Thinking.
Katja Tschimmel
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Mindshake Design Thinking MODEL  Evolution 6^2   PDF: http://www.mindshake.pt/public/download/Evolution6_MindshakeDTmodel_EN.pdf

Mindshake Design Thinking MODEL Evolution 6^2 PDF: http://www.mindshake.pt/public/download/Evolution6_MindshakeDTmodel_EN.pdf

Chef Ferran Adria quite literally wants to change the world.

Chef Ferran Adria quite literally wants to change the world.

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Strategic Planning Hierarchy

Strategic Planning Hierarchy

Five Steps to Innovation Design thinking outlines a process of five steps to arrive at an innovative solution to a problem: 1. Empathy: Gather information through interviews, observation, or first-hand experience. Keep an open mind and just listen. 2. Define: Narrow it down and describe the specific problem you are trying to solve. 3. Ideate: Working within a time limit, hold a blue-sky brainstorming session. No idea is too improbable to write down. 4. Prototype: Using whatever materials…

Five Steps to Innovation Design thinking outlines a process of five steps to arrive at an innovative solution to a problem: 1. Empathy: Gather information through interviews, observation, or first-hand experience. Keep an open mind and just listen. 2. Define: Narrow it down and describe the specific problem you are trying to solve. 3. Ideate: Working within a time limit, hold a blue-sky brainstorming session. No idea is too improbable to write down. 4. Prototype: Using whatever materials…