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Ship that product! But pay attention to details.

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Photo by rawpixel on Unsplash

You need a good balance of urgency and quality when pushing a new product out there. The key is to figure out how to do that efficiently each time. (Easier said than done.)

Good insights from Forbes on “3 Shortcuts That Will Sabotage Your Product Launch”

“You should be excited about bringing your new product to market, but don’t let that excitement cause you to take shortcuts that will only set you back in the long run.”

Designers rise to top jobs as companies rethink how to inspire the consumer

Design and “Design Thinkers” are more important than ever. Via CNBC

With technological innovation comes constantly changing expectations, so it is getting harder than ever to provide consumers with new and improved experiences. 

The upshot: Executives with design backgrounds are rising to the top and, in some cases, delivering billions in new revenue.

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Source: ShutterStock

The Link Between Design Thinking And Resilience

Great stuff from Forbes on Design Thinking and  Resilience :

"One of the most important aspects of resilience involves developing a flexible way of thinking about challenge and adversity and being able to solve problems in an accurate way.  

Design thinking is a type of innovation methodology – a problem solving process to help you generate options, test strategies, and get feedback so that you can develop something (often applied to facilitate the creation of new products or processes). As I discovered, design thinking is also a great tool to help you get unstuck and problem solve life’s biggest challenges."