Bridging the Needs of Owners and Occupiers
October 22, 2018
Harvard Business Review recently reported that leading enterprises are using design thinking to “devise strategy and manage change.” A top Autodesk executive credits design thinking for having played a pivotal role in “changing the trajectory of the company and helping us make better decisions at all levels of the company.”
Design thinking applies to a wide array of everyday situations calling for change — it allows us to run better meetings, prioritize our work, gain alignment, and attract and retain top talent. It’s a hallmark of the modern-day innovative work culture, and organizations around the globe are racing to scale design thinking as a way of working.
Please join Convene and design thinking experts at LUMA in a tailored workshop specifically for real estate executives and heads of innovation. Because attracting, retaining, and inspiring talent is the biggest competitive advantage in the built world, we aim to share the latest HCD tools and techniques to help you lead your respective teams through the next evolution of change management in the workplace.
LUMA (www.luma-institute.com) empowers people to innovate by transforming the way they work. Leading organizations around the globe rely on the LUMA System of Innovation — a practical, flexible and scalable system of Human-Centered Design, referred to by Harvard Business Review as the “taxonomy of innovation.”
As Co-Founder & Managing Director, Social Impact, Pete is responsible for setting LUMA’s social impact strategy, managing the company’s work in the social sector, and serving as a member of LUMA’s senior executive leadership team — with focus on poising the company for exponential growth and social impact.