This content is specifically designed for senior leaders and managers responsible for running large IT or organizational transformation projects, who see the potential of, and want to learn more about, how to embed the principles of Design Thinking into their projects and portfolios
Why the need for discovery techniques?
If a large software system or organization is to be transformed, the first step must be to capture the true current-state, before moving on to conceptualization.
This is because, without knowing the status quo, you may miss important details that are essential to the design and construction of new processes, new systems, and a new organization.
The utilization of Design Thinking principles and techniques to enhance the discovery process will form an underlying theme for these points, with attention paid to how to best apply Design Thinking principles in the discovery context.
During this webinar we will cover
- Proven tips, best practices, and strategies for running and controlling effective current-state process discovery and modeling in your organization.
- How to best design and conduct meetings and workshops with the various stakeholders affected by change and transformation – both internal and external. These can include employees, customers, suppliers, managers, IT, and process experts, among others.
- Exploration of which tools and methods are most suitable to support the preparation and summation of these crucial discovery sessions.
We are thrilled to be able to collaborate with change and transformation professionals of D-LABS’ and Alexander’s calibre, and are excited for you to join us to explore this stimulating topic.
If you have any questions regarding our webinars, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. The attendee link and all relevant information regarding the webinar will be sent to you before the start of the webinar. We look forward to seeing you in the virtual audience!
At a Glance:
Topic: Tips & Tricks for Effective As-Is Process Discovery and Modeling with Diverse Stakeholders
Date: June 15th, at 2:00 p.m. AEST / 4:00 p.m. NZST / 12:00 p.m. SGT
Speaker: Alexander Renneburg, D-LABS
Where: LIVE online
About the presenter
Alexander Renneberg is a software engineering graduate from the renowned Hasso-Plattner-Institute (HPI) in Potsdam, near Berlin. Alexander has worked as a consultant for D-LABS GmbH in Germany for the past ten years, overseeing and conducting diverse IT and organizational transformational projects across Europe and the Asia-Pacific, including in China and Singapore.
Human centred design is a successful strategy for the conception and design of user-friendly digital products, services and strategies. The needs, expectations, and objectives of all stakeholders, i.e. clients, users, managers, and employees, are taken into consideration holistically in the development process. We are committed to optimal digital solutions.
The D-LABS approach
We work in an iterative process according to the principles of Design Thinking: by using proven human centred design methods, we generate a deep understanding of a problem, which then serves as basis for the process of finding ideas and solutions. Our in-depth knowledge of technology and business requirements ensures successful implementation.