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Genius requires chaos and collection. If Einstein were around today, we bet he'd be our biggest fan.
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Truly effective hybrid collaboration means ditching the "here" versus "there" mentality and rethinking your entire work environment from the ground up.
Jim Kalbach, Head of CX at MURAL, co-taught a course at the Stanford d.school with project partner Amnesty International. We sponsored the use of the MURAL platform for the duration of the course.
Can you think of times when using a little more “design thinking” in an unexpected challenge, project presentation, or important meeting might have changed your project outcomes?