Use Design Thinking to Solve Problems and Become a Catalyst for Innovation

Enterprise Agility at Scale

Use Design Thinking to Solve Problems and Become a Catalyst for Innovation

Mike Hyzy

Originally presented: April 20, 2023
Watch time: 60 minutes

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As product managers and leaders, we are relied upon and expected to develop new ideas that break barriers and support the business plans for the companies we build products for. We are also full-time firefighters, putting out the blazes and using critical thinking skills to solve problems.

In this webinar, Mike will show you how to use design thinking frameworks to drive innovative product ideas and solve your most pressing problems. Progressive work isn't done in a silo. Review tools and methods to use design thinking principles to strengthen your relationship with cross-functional teams and get results.

Learning Objectives

  • Identify design thinking practices for product professionals and where to find more information.
  • Develop skills in the art of running workshops and identify their importance.
  • Demonstrate how to create and facilitate a design thinking workshop.
  • Review how to incorporate design thinking principles in your everyday job as a product professional.

About the Presenter

Mike Hyzy

Mike Hyzy, Inspire 11

Mike Hyzy is a highly experienced product strategist and management consultant with a proven track record of delivering results. Throughout his career, he has demonstrated exceptional leadership skills, guiding cross-functional teams to successful product launches and driving growth for his clients. With a deep understanding of the product development landscape, Mike is known for his ability to develop and execute effective product strategies, bringing innovative products to market. Mike holds many key certifications, including a NPDP certification from the Product Development and Management Association, a CSPO certification from the Scrum Alliance, and a Foresight Practitioner certification from the Institute for the Future. He is currently writing a book on gamification for product teams to be published in the fall of 2023.

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