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How to create a culture for innovation: A Design Thinking Approach

Wed 11 Mar 2020
68 Middle Street, Brighton

About the event

Ladies that UX is a monthly meet up that creates a welcoming, transparent community of women that work in UX, who positively promote and teach each other. Not got UX in your job title? That doesn't matter! If you’re inquisitive, enthusiastic and interested in making the world a better place for users, you’re one of us. LTUX Brighton runs different get-togethers: sometimes with a speaker or a theme, a workshop, or even discuss a particular UX challenge.

This month we are a part of the Spring Forward Festival

On the evening of the 11th March we will running a workshop hosted by Sarah Corney and Sam Whittaker. Sarah is the Head of Digital Experience at the CIPD, the professional body for HR and people development. Sarah is a corporate rebel, committed to customer experience and inclusive innovation. Sam is co-founder of the Human Change Agency, a consultancy focussed on helping organisations grow and transform through people shaped solutions. She is a lover of stories and passionate about making progressive change and creating more human workplace.


How to create a culture for innovation: A Design Thinking approach

How do you develop and sustain a culture of innovation? How do you consistently deliver a great customer experience? Are you a leader struggling to help your organisation remain agile and responsive to external challenges? Or are you a change agent passionate about your customers? Building on the Design Thinking framework, this playful workshop will provide you with ideas, tools and techniques to take back to your organisation to build a culture for innovation.

We’ll explore what innovation is and what are the key ingredients that make it thrive. We'll build on Design Thinking frameworks to show you how to set up your teams and projects for success, how to develop empathic and inclusive ways of working, and how to embed continuous learning into the fabric of your organisation.