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Design Thinking can be used to design products, new customer experience or services, and even corporate strategy or large scale systems. Innovation Games are games whose primary intent is not pure entertainment. We learn best when we play and an increasing number of organizations have realized the enormous potential of game-based activities. Innovation Games can be applied to a broad spectrum of areas like training, hiring, generating new ideas, making meetings more effective, generating feedback about a product or service, improving communication, avoiding common decision-making pitfalls, feature prioritization, vision sharing, SWOT analysis, strategy building, reflect and learn sessions and change management... The list goes on.
Organizations like Google, IBM or the United Nations use Design thinking and Games on a regular basis. Not a single month passes without a book, article, conference or training about these increasingly popular topics.
The growing success of Agile methods, which put a strong emphasis on people interactions, fun and build a creativity-friendly environment, have made Design thinking and Innovation Games even more popular.