The Etch Podcast gives you an inside look at the strategy, design leadership and innovation from experts across different industries who are actually doing it. Etch is a unique network of agencies, consultancies and experts that aims to provide more value to businesses than traditional agency models, by taking a people centred approach to all that we deliver. Our team is made up of hand-picked experts with unique backgrounds and experiences, located in London, Southampton UK and Cape Town, South Africa.
#33 Suzanne Charlotte Vos: Make Innovation Business As Usual
44:04We talk about starting innovation journeys with teams, unlocking thoughts with visual collaboration and how we can be more efficient in 2021 and beyond. Enjoy! Music: Music from Uppbeat (free for Creators!): https://uppbeat.io/t/all-good-folks/cha-cha-groove License code: DHCEF0JQOMDHVQH3
#30 Lex Roman: Growth Design
25:20Previously, Lex led two growth initiatives at The Black Tux, led design, product growth and analytics at LA-based Burner and worked at InVision designing collaboration tools. Past clients of Lex's include: Toyota, Nissan, Macy's, Prosper, Joyable and Deloitte.We discuss what skills a growth designer needs to develop, the adoption of growth hacking to develop products further and how some of these themes lead to entrepreneurship.Music by Nordgroove from Fugue
#29 Douglas Ferguson: Beyond The Prototype
41:02In this episode, we talk about his new book, which serves as a roadmap for navigating the fuzzy area between ideas and outcomesHave you ever struggled to move a key innovation project forward at work? Based on his experiences running Design Sprints for top companies, Douglas Ferguson wrote Beyond the Prototype to offer practical advice for people shifting from discovery to realization. Full of stories from companies like Google, Liberty Mutual, and Adobe, this guide outlines six steps that every team should take to launch their vision. Music: Sunrise by Ilya Marfin
#28 Lee Duncan: Remote Enterprise
43:27This episode, we speak with Lee Duncan, Enterprise Design Sprint Leader at IBM Transformation. Lee has the responsibility of scaling the design sprint methodology across the enterprise and lead thought leadership through experiments and inclusive organisational and external collaboration.Lee Duncan's opinions are his own and do not express the views or opinions of his employer.