Co-design is working collaboratively to imagine new possibilities or create solutions to worthwhile problems. It works because it marries method with improvisation. When people adopt a co-design approach, they work in new ways.
The impulse to co-design springs from the need to involve many, not few. Or it can arise because a problem is intractable, or the situation demands a response quickly.
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Compelling attention and creating connection are fundamental to successful pursuits. It takes skill to distill complicated or complex subjects into something people can grasp and act upon with ease. Good concept translation provokes curiosity and helps people make fresh connections.
Coaching and mentoring are excellent ways of achieving more, faster or with greater ease. Coaching provides leaders and team members with a thinking partner who promotes problem-solving and independent thinking. Mentoring is a related way of drawing an outsider into your business as a resource. The challenge many face is finding a coach or mentor that fits with their outlook, ambitions and business situation. If you get the sense we'd click with you, please get in touch.
Why use stories in business? Stories prepare people’s hearts and minds to receive information and insight, and act on it. Stories convey purpose and customer pain efficiently. Storytelling in business goes far beyond the Marketing Department. Throughline shows you how to use story well for leadership, internal communication, alignment, change and transformation management. Our proprietary framework propels product development, innovation and corporate entrepreneurship. We build your story culture.
Established in 2007 in London, England to support businesses on the conversations they have and the stories they tell. Throughline has grown into a co-design and concept translation practice driven by Kate Hammer PhD
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