Design Thinking: Why It’s Important…Especially If You’re a Leader and NOT a Designer

Intel, Mass Mutual, Lego and Marriott – what do all of these leading
companies have in common? Design thinking. What is design thinking and how
can you use it to create competitive advantage…that’s exactly what
we’re talking about in this podcast with Carrie Sawyer, Design Thinking
Expert and Diversity Program Manager for Intel’s Communications and
Devices Group.

You can find out more about Intel at: http://Intel.com

Listen below. – 16 minutes, 55 seconds



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