Design thinking may be one of the hottest buzzwords echoing throughout the halls of the business and technology worlds today, but the concept is not new. Since the late 1950s, designers of products of all types have employed and adhered to principles of design thinking like empathy, prototyping, co-creation, and user-centricity to create technical and physical products we all use today. Recently, as the gap between patient and healthcare companies has narrowed, the life sciences sector has shown a heightened interest in applying design thinking to the products and services they create and offer. To dive deeper into this topic I am joined by our resident expert Mike Cottone, a Director at Vynamic.
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Developing a Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion Roadmap and Company Mindset
The leadership of a large global pharmaceutical company placed a priority focus on Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion (DEI) and engaged Vynamic to help define and mobilize a roadmap of initiatives with the intention of embedding more holistic DEI thinking within the organization. Read how Vynamic helped instill accountability among the company leadership to ensure DEI would have a long-lasting impact on employees.
- Life Sciences
Enabling Equity In Digital Health
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- Culture Curation
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