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Product tank Human Centered Problems

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Product tank Human Centered Problems

Time: December 10, 2020 from 6pm to 7pm
Location: online
Website or Map: https://www.meetup.com/Produc…
Event Type: online
Organized By: Product Tank
Latest Activity: Dec 10, 2020

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https://www.meetup.com/ProductTank-Philadelphia/events/274732903

 REFRAMING HUMAN CENTERED PROBLEMS

Solving problems that create business impact and customer value!

If there's one common characteristic we all have, it's that we relish telling others our solutions! Not only does that limit others' understanding of the root problem, but it limits their ability to offer their own creative ideas. Problem Framing invites us to explore human-centered problems, before jumping to solutions.

Join Jay Melone from New Haircut to learn how problem framing will align and inspire your team to tackle critical problems worth solving!

SPEAKER BIO
Jay Melone is the Founder and Principal Facilitator of New Haircut (http://newhaircut.com/), an innovation strategy firm and global leader in problem framing and design sprints. Jay's unique take on innovation stems from his cross-functional background in software engineering, product management, and design thinking facilitation.

Jay supports teams inside Google, Verizon, The Hartford, Prudential, Home Depot, Proctor & Gamble, and Rosetta Stone. He's also produced several design thinking community favorites, such as
- The Design Sprint and Problem Framing Toolkits (https://www.newhaircut.com/design-thinking-toolkits)
- The Facilitation Mini-Course (https://www.newhaircut.com/facilitator-training/#facilitation-course)
- The Innovation Leadership Accelerator (http://ilaprogram.com/)
- The world’s favorite design sprint app, Duco (http://duco.newhaircut.com/)

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