What’s your problem? Crafting a vision with design-driven solutions

 

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Wednesday, June 19th, 2024

16:00-16:30 CET

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As Einstein put it, “If I had an hour to solve a problem, I’d spend 55 minutes thinking about the problem and 5 minutes thinking about solutions.”

Understanding and defining the problem you aim to solve is essential for successful product design and innovation. While this may seem obvious, it’s a step that is often overlooked or rushed. Before considering solutions, it’s crucial to thoroughly identify the problem and understand the needs and pain points your product intends to address.

In this short webinar, we will discuss the importance of effective problem framing and definition, and how it leads to better product outcomes. We will also provide tools and exercises to help you quickly get to the core of your challenge.

What will you learn? πŸ’‘

 

  • The importance of problem definition
    Understand why spending time on accurately defining the problem is crucial for successful product design and innovation.
  • Techniques for effective problem framing
    Learn specific methods and frameworks to effectively frame and articulate the problem you are addressing.
  • Identifying user needs and pain points
    Gain insights into how to thoroughly identify and understand the needs and pain points of your target audience.
  • Tools for rapid problem analysis
    Discover practical tools and exercises designed to help you quickly get to the core of your challenge.
  • Real-world examples and case studies
    Explore real-world examples and case studies that demonstrate the impact of good problem definition on product outcomes.

Who is this webinar for?

Product managers, entrepreneurs, designers, and anyone involved in product development seeking to enhance their strategic approach and design capabilities.

About the speaker πŸ‘‡


We are a group of seasoned entrepreneurs and successful industry professionals with a proven track record in strategy and operations.