At Redvespa we like to live life at the intersection of business analysis and design. We’re delighted to offer you the opportunity to disrupt your business with design thinking the Redvespa way! Disrupting Business with Design Thinking is written for those of you wanting to incorporate design thinking into your existing capabilities and practices. It differs from the many design thinking books available – it is intended for the business analysis community with an interest in design thinking and also for anyone wanting to grow their people, practice or capability in design.
Blair Loveday, as Redvespa’s Chief Designer, has a wealth of knowledge and passion for Design Thinking. Blair shaped our practice and has sparked the flair that business analysis needed in New Zealand. We know Redvespa’s design story is different and real. Over 100 attendees at Blair’s workshops have told us!
Blair and a team of dedicated Redvespa talent have developed the Redvespa Design Guide as we were spreading our design thinking story via workshops and client engagements. Initially for internal purposes, the Design Guide was intended to lift Redvespa’s business analysis capability. Many people started asking how they too could bring design thinking to their practice, including attendees at the Building Business Capability conference in Las Vegas. Our culture of helping took over and we couldn’t resist sharing our story!
Disrupting Business with Design Thinking incorporates Design Thinking concepts and frameworks from many design companies around the world, paired with business analysis concepts and techniques.
Sarah Gibson, CEO at Redvespa, says “As far as we know, we’re the first company to blend Business Analysis and Design Thinking in such a tangible way. Disrupting Business with Design Thinking illustrates the fundamental concepts for those new to design thinking and enables you to satisfy your design thinking curiosity with a design framework and design techniques. We’re putting design thinking in the hands of everyone!”
Blair Loveday, Chief Culture Officer at Redvespa, says “The application of design thinking practices and techniques are complementary and a natural extension to the discipline of business analysis. It is experiencing the world instead of talking about experiencing the world. No two design stories are the same but embracing a culture of curiosity, a little guidance and encouragement most people could do what we are doing at Redvespa. And in doing so, creating their own design thinking mojo and business disruption.”
Disrupting Business with Design Thinking is available here for purchase.