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ET Ignite is a learning experience to help you be a catalyst for change, new ways of working and helping us get to our Net Zero ambition.
Say hello to a new way to help brave teams make audacious ideas happen, at pace.
In 2023, we will be working with Sprint Valley, a Change Consultancy that helps change makers get confident with ‘Design Thinking’, a people-centric problem solving methodology used by some of the most successful companies in the world like Apple, Uber and Facebook.
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What is Design Thinking?
At the core, Design Thinking is a philosophy on problem-solving. The underlying principle is that teams are more successful when they involve their ‘customer’ in shaping, developing and improving products and services. You’ll learn how the best teams use this methodology to build tomorrow, today.
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Learn to launch better solutions, faster.
Building our capability as an agile, collaborative and action-oriented team is critical in our journey to Net Zero. Getting there means learning how to be smart in how we invest resources to make bolder strategic leaps, minimise risk and maximise what we can achieve with limited resources.
A systematic review of Design Thinking’s impact at IBM, by , found 3 main value drivers.
Reduced design time by focusing on the features that matter most
Reduce development time by cutting features that don’t create value
Reduce errors by testing solutions early and often (before building)

What’s in it for you?
Be part of a community who want to challenge the status quo
Be recognised as a future leader in the business
Learn sought after leadership and collaboration skills
Get dedicated time to develop your skills and confidence
Work alongside a friendly team of Design Thinking experts
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Take a look at the skills you’ll build
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