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As designers and Agile practitioners, collaboration plays a central part in our work. We hold workshops with clients, research with users, map things out to make ideas tangible. We engage in face-to-face interactions and often use physical spaces to support these processes. What lockdown has shown us is that when it is no longer possible to run projects in the “usual” way, we can still find a way. Transitioning into 100% remote working over the past months has offered us the opportunity to explore new approaches to get things done, together.

In this session, we reflect on our experience running a design thinking bootcamp remotely with one of our clients. What are the things that work? What doesn’t? We share some key learnings and offer practical tips to better navigate group dynamics and help unlock collaboration in remote teams.

As designers and Agile practitioners, collaboration plays a central part in our work. We hold workshops with clients, research with users, map things out to make ideas tangible. We engage in face-to-face interactions and often use physical spaces to support these processes. What lockdown has shown us is that when it is no longer possible to run projects in the “usual” way, we can still find a way. Transitioning into 100% remote working over the past months has offered us the opportunity to explore new approaches to get things done, together.

As we move into an uncertain future, online learning has a lot of potential to support people and sustain businesses in their long-term strategies, but what makes a successful online learning experience?

In this session, we reflect on our experience running a design thinking bootcamp remotely with one of our clients. What are the things that work? What doesn’t? We share some key learnings and offer practical tips to better navigate group dynamics and help unlock collaboration in remote teams.

Whether you are looking to accelerate the development of new products or services or wanting to equip employees with new tools and mindsets that will help them thrive in a remote context, this webinar will offer new perspectives on remote collaboration and what online learning can offer.

About the Speakers

Olivier Llouquet brings 10 years’ experience in product and service design. He has worked for organisations in the private sector, government agencies and start-ups, helping clients bring new products and services that are centered on the customer’s needs.

He draws on his background as a trained anthropologist and design lecturer to enable creative collaboration and establish a human-centered perspective within the organisation.

Charlotte Wainwright brings 5 years’ experience in product design. She has a background as a Front End Developer and brings those skills into her work as a designer to enhance the design process. With a degree in Interactive Media Design, her focus has always been human-centered design and putting the users at the heart of products and services.