Going Lean: Let's Talk Tangibles


MinneBar 10 (11 April 2015)
This is not a panel.
2015-04-11 10:15

Room: Zeke Landres


We've heard the buzz, read the articles, skimmed the books. Lean, design thinking, fostering a culture of innovation—it all makes sense. And we know this. [An analysis]( by the [Design Management Institute]( identified design-driven companies as measured by the level of senior-level representation and commitment. They found that the design-driven companies outperformed the Standard & Poor’s 500 by a whopping 228%.

Count us in. But what are the tangible steps we can take to actually effect change? How can we start to make a positive difference within our own organizations?

We’ll discuss core principles, tangible steps and common hurdles that we face along the path to joining this revolution.

    • Common hurdles:**
  • We’re a start-up. We have no resources or experience with UX.
  • We’re an enterprise. We have too much bureaucracy.
  • We have a distributed team. How can we possibly build shared understanding?
  • We’re measured by different metrics. How can we convince the leadership to get behind this?
  • This is new and unfamiliar. How do we actually make it happen?

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