Indianapolis Business Journal

May 29-June 4

Our sixth annual Innovation Issue takes a deep dive into “design thinking”—the name for a particular way of coming up with products and services to solve customers’ problems. It also explores how implicit bias can undermine innovation and how a little-known not-for-profit is helping pioneer innovation at the intersection of power and transportation. In addition, check out profiles of the Low brothers, who are serial entrepreneurs in the field of life sciences, and Beth St. Clair, who's using improv to foster leadership and teamwork in the workplace.

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2020 Innovation Issue: How the experts do it

Design thinking is generally described as a five-step process, with specific names for each step. But in reality, the people and companies that use design thinking adapt their own take on it, by combining or breaking out some of the steps or using a more conceptual approach.

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