Chapter Dinner Meeting - Topic: Using Design Thinking for Product Innovation; Speaker: Brian Sullivan
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Using Design Thinking for Product Innovation Design Thinking is a framework that you can use to help your customers and teams solve the right problem. With these methods and tools, you can transform products and services to help you with innovation. But, how does design thinking fit into product development, especially in lean/agile environments? In this session, Brian Sullivan will answer all your burning questions about design thinking, including:
- What is design thinking?
- Where does it fit into product development?
- What are ways you quickly show progress with design thinking?
- How are companies integrating design thinking into standard processes?
- What are some methods and tools to quickly show progress?
- How can you use design thinking with innovation projects? Customer engagements?
Enhance your ability to increase product value and the customer experience.
About Our Speaker
Brian founded the UX Certification program at Southern Methodist University, where students are taught design strategy, user research, UX design, and usability testing within one semester. The program was recognized by Values College. Plus, it was a finalist for a Tech Titans Award in 2017. The UX program has been instrumental in moving students from the campus to a career and helping working professionals move into new careers in management, strategy, user research, design, front-end development, and usability.
Asparagus tossed in lemon basil butter
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COVID-19 Safety Notice for July Dinner Meeting
- Texas Star will be serving a plated dinner instead of a buffet
- Servers will be wearing masks and gloves
- There will be sanitation stations available as you enter the building
- Tables will be placed 6 feet apart in the room
- Attendees will be seated no more than 4 per table to ensure social distancing
- Attendees are requested to bring their own masks and wear them until seated at the table
- Six foot tape marks will be placed on the floor to space people at the registration table
- Registration table will be 6 feet wide between attendee and finance team
- Attendees are requested to pay online beforehand or pay at door with credit card only - No Cash
- Meeting attendees are to social distance during the pre-dinner networking session
- In person attendance is by choice and each person should assess their own individual safety concerns before making that decision. As always, those preferring to attend virtually have that option for a modest $5.
NOTE: The July meeting is the annual member meeting that will cover the financial and operational review for the year.