The Design Thinking Life Playbook
Empower Yourself, Embrace Change, and Visualize a Joyful Life
1. Auflage September 2020
272 Seiten, Softcover
Wiley & Sons Ltd
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?Based on positive psychology and design thinking, this inspiring book shows how to courageously follow your own path.?
--Prof. Antoinette Weibel, University of St. Gallen
?A valuable companion for all personal changes and future plans.?
--Prof. Isabell M. Welpe, Technical University of Munich
The Design Thinking Playbook is for everyone who can imagine living in a future that fulfills them and makes them feel better. It?s for all those who want to initiate change through self-empowerment and have the courage to think, act, and take advantage of their opportunities proactively.
Part I: Apply the DTL mindset 24
Reflect, accept, and understand 42
Keep an energy journal 56
Integrating other people's observations and perceptions of us 88
Define point of view 98
Find and select ideas 110
Design, test, and implement life plans 146
Part II: Professional and career planning 184
Design career paths 214
Evaluate, test, and implement options 226
Questions for reflection on options 244
Last but not least - The journey's end is really the beginning 248
Jean-Paul Thommen (Wiesbaden, Germany) is a professor at The European Business School in Wiesbaden, Germany, teaching leadership, organizational development, and business ethics. He created a coaching program for the university that has trained thousands of students and his "Coaching" is widely used. He also consults to businesses on leadership and organizational development.
Larry Leifer (Palo Alto, CA) is a professor of engineering at Stanford University and has been a key contributor to the design thinking movement in Silicon Valley and globally, though teaching and consulting, and through the world-renowned design firm IDEO, which was founded by one of his students. Larry's design thinking work is focused on tools to help design teams understand, support, and improve design practice and theory.