We all know that innovative organizations are more successful. But how does Happiness at Work fit in the equation? Definitely, there is a link between happy, creative, innovative and successful organizations. In this interactive workshop, you will experience how Design Thinking and Happiness at Work go together and how that leads to success in so many organizations with increased productivity. We will provide practical tips on how to develop new habits to empower your creativity, empathy and thus happiness at work.

On the basis of the theory of happiness and design thinking, participants will experience, step by step on how they can work more creatively and induce innovative thinking in their organization. The workshop will be very interactive with small exercises and mind setters.

 
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Outline/Structure of the Hands on Session

  • Why is being happy at work is so important?
  • What makes us happy at work (new survey results)?
  • How does happiness relate to creativity and innovation?
  • How can you design a Happy Team?
  • Using Design Thinking works: solve the case in small groups
  • How to make it practical in your situation?

Learning Outcome

After this session participants

  • Understand happiness at work is important for team and business success
  • know how to design happiness in their team
  • have experienced how to apply the five steps of design thinking (with a case)
  • have applied these new tools to their situation, know how to use these tools in their work

Target Audience

Everybody who wants to know more about happiness and design thinking and how to put that into practice.

Prerequisites for Attendees

No special prerequisite, except for participants interest to be happy and ready to think beyond.

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  • Madeeha Khan Yousafzai
    By Madeeha Khan Yousafzai  ~  4 months ago
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    I like these aspects of the submission, and they should be retained:

    • Design Thinking Workshop

    I think the submission could be improved by:

    • Focus needs to be redefined, is it more towards a happy team, or is it about highlighting the value of design thinking, which leads to happy teams and happier clients.
    • Time division for Happiness and Design Thinking both, The outline shows more aspects for happy teams.

    Can you please share links for previous talks, videos, and presentations. Also please share mindmap and slides for current proposal

     

    • Pushpalatha C
      By Pushpalatha C  ~  4 months ago
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      Hi Madeeha,

      I responded to your comment with the presentation attached, however, I received an error  "This message could not be delivered due to a recipient error. Please try again later." please confirm of this is the right ID to respond.

      regards,
      Pushpa.

      On Thu, Jan 31, 2019 at 10:08 PM Pushpa latha <pushpa.latha2005@gmail.com> wrote:
      Hi Madeeha,

      To clarify on your comments, the focus is on why happy teams are important for an organisation and how to build them to get effective out come through design thinking. the time will be divided for both aspects to be explained and the games would be conducted. 

      Please find attached the presentation for the same.  Hope this helps.

      regards,
      Pushpalatha C
      9886626350.


      On Sat, Jan 26, 2019 at 8:07 PM Discuss Agile : Regional Scrum Gathering Hyderabad <info@confengine.com> wrote:
      Dear Pushpalatha C,

      Please note that the proposal: Designing Happy Teams: Using Design Thinking to Enhance Happiness at Work! has received a new comment from Madeeha Khan

      I like these aspects of the submission, and they should be retained:

      • Design Thinking Workshop

      I think the submission could be improved by:

      • Focus needs to be redefined, is it more towards a happy team, or is it about highlighting the value of design thinking, which leads to happy teams and happier clients.
      • Time division for Happiness and Design Thinking both, The outline shows more aspects for happy teams.

      Can you please share links for previous talks, videos, and presentations. Also please share mindmap and slides for current proposal

       


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      • Peter Stevens
        By Peter Stevens  ~  4 months ago
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        Where is the presentation? It looks like the email attachment did not get attached to you submission. I suggest you visit the website to link it or upload it. Thanks!


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