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Transforming With Design Thinking (Part-2)
Transforming With Design Thinking (Part-2)

Sat, Nov 14


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Transforming With Design Thinking (Part-2)

This event is a continuation of the practical conversation about design thinking on transformations - with a case study

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Nov 14, 2020, 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM EST

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About the event

Design thinking has changed the way we businesses perceive customer experience. With unpreditability and disruption due to the pandemic, design thinking is imperative for business success post-COVID. 

We met on Sat October 17,2020 for a practical conversation with Ramya and Gunjan about how design thinking creates an environment for success on transformations.

  • Why is design thinking essential for transformations?    
  • What are the principles of design thinking?     

Join us to continue the discussion:

  • Successful design thinking case study and post-COVID considerations


  • Ramya (Girish) Balasubramaniam - Senior Data Scientist at Loblaw Companies Limited.  Ramya has a masters degree in Data Science and Machine learning from University of California, Berkeley. She currently works at Loblaw Companies Limited in their AI/ML Center of Excellence as Technical Lead, consulting internal clients on end-to-end pipelines/solutions involving NLP, particularly in the Healthcare domain. Her areas of interest include NLP, Scalable programming strategies, Explainable AI, End-to-end systems design, integration and optimization.
  • Gunjan Syal - Transformation Executive at Emerald Technology Group Inc.  Gunjan has lead transformations for at least 24 clients in 9 different industries. She is a strategy, governance and planning advisor on organizational transformations. Gunjan transforms businesses by bridging business and technology conversations. More about Gunjan:

Note: this session will be recorded 


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