January 26, 2016

Design Thinking: What's In It For Us?

Posted by Pramod Prakash Panda (View Profile | View All Posts) at 5:32 AM

Service offering on Design Thinking and design-led initiatives [Source:]

Infosys has been deemed a Leader in the Winner's Circle in the HfS Research Design Thinking Blueprint, for excellence in innovation and execution. Our clients are really beginning to reap value from our Design Thinking services, spanning strategic consulting, digital experience redesign, and even training. Recognitions such as this clearly bear testimony to that value.

But, a more interesting question is what Design Thinking might have had to offer to us - the people.

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January 22, 2016

Walk Like An Infoscion

Posted by Krishnamurthy Shankar (View Profile | View All Posts) at 5:30 PM

I've always enjoyed walking. In fact, by simply walking mindfully I find I often learn surprisingly significant things about the place and people that surround me. That's why, I make it a point to try and make the time to walk to the offices in our sylvan campus - when I am required to join in meetings there.

Breathing in the scent of freshly cut grass and enjoying the pleasantly bright sun dappling through the trees, I like nothing better than to draw upon the human energy around me. And it abounds. I often consciously tune into the surroundings to catch snatches of energizing conversations - a newbie Infoscion gushing over the phone to a parent, I imagine, about her all-new experience, another animatedly discussing an exciting technical challenge with a friend, a colleague from one unit trading notes with another, so many many languages - Bengali, Oriya, Malayalam, Hindi, Tamil , and on some days, strains of music in preparation for an in-house event or celebration perhaps, or far away the ping of shuttle hitting gut on the newly minted outdoor courts. This same realization hits me often - it is the emotions of people that make the world. Their aspirations, dreams, relationships, successes, challenges - that is the real world!

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