Finding Better Problems – Framestorm: A Design Thinking Technique

  • 26 May 2021
  • 7:45 AM - 9:00 AM
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Finding Better Problems - Framestorm:

A Design Thinking Technique

Facilitated by Stuart Chittenden, Gilbert+Chittenden

Transitioning out of a pandemic is uncharted territory and requires a new approach to considering the problems facing you and your business. “This is the way we’ve always done it” is not going to work in 2021, but before taking action to move forward how do you even know you are heading in the right direction?  Now is a perfect time to think differently about the challenges you are facing, to ask better questions and reframe your problems using design thinking approaches.

As a participant, you will identify a challenge you are facing and learn a design thinking approach to reframe it, all the while strengthening accountability and relationships with others.  You’ll receive an email prior to the session for more pre-work details.

Stuart Chittenden

Born in sight of England’s Canterbury Cathedral, Stuart has called Omaha home since 2004. Formerly a London-based lawyer and an Omaha brand consultant, as well as consulting with Gilbert + Chittenden, Stuart designs and delivers conversation programs for corporate and nonprofit organizations, and for public and community purposes through Squishtalks, a conversation consultancy founded in 2010. Community projects include a couple of 830 mile long conversations. Stuart currently serves on the board of the social justice nonprofit, Nebraska Appleseed. Previously, Stuart was a Big Brother for eight years and served for six years on the Board of Trustees of Omaha Public Library. As a writer, Stuart’s poetry has been published in several literary journals.

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