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Design Thinking, with Hannah Berson

A Brave New Podcast

Release Date: 01/26/2022

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Hannah is the founder and CEO of SALT Collaboratory, a consulting company that helps clients acquire Design Thinking skills to amplify focus, collaboration and creativity in their work.

Prior to SALT Collaboratory, Hannah was a Principal at leading consulting firms including Point B in Seattle and Cap Gemini Ernst and Young (CGEY) in London.

Hannah uses Design Thinking to help clients develop deeper insights into problem spaces and create more innovative solutions to their prioritized challenges. Her work helps teams become more engaged, aligned, productive, diverse and optimistic in their work.

Hannah has a CFA, an MSc from the London School of Economics and a BA from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. She is a LUMA Certified Instructor in Design Thinking. 

What you’ll learn about in this episode:

  • How a career in management consulting led Hannah to a new way of problem solving through design thinking
  • Why the innovation challenge for most organizations is bigger than any one person can solve
  • Why most organizations need a more collaborative and innovative approach to developing and implementing solutions
  • How design thinking is uniquely suited for organizations with complex challenges, but who can come up with the answers internally with the right help
  • How open and curious teams can solve problems that seem unsolvable
  • How teams that embrace design thinking can grow in their skills while they participate
  • How a flexible design thinking approach can be applied to broad issues from strategy and planning, to building a smart rollout plan

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