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MINDLAB NEWSLETTER

FEBRUARY 2018

A new year means a clear-out and new projects. We kicked off the year with a new website, which we spent most of last autumn working on. The Methods section has been updated, our most important activities have been fine-tuned, and we are delighted with the result.

Check out the new website
EVENT

MINDLABMORNING ON USER INSIGHTS


On the 27th February, MindLabMorning will be about how user insights can change an organisation. The talk is based on MindLab’s collaboration with Rigshospitalet on creating a better service experience for seriously ill patients. 

Link to event

INSPIRATION
THE DIGITIZED CITIZEN


Technologies are deeply influenced by the people who created them. We were visited by Martina Mahnke, who talked about how we should keep democratic values in mind during the design process. 

Watch the video
NEWS

DIRECTOR'S DIARY


“As a leader – someone who tries to motivate individuals to develop and to shift the mindset of an organisation – and as a human, I find distributed ambition fascinating and compelling. That’s when you commit your resources, integrity, and enthusiasm on behalf of others, be they individuals, groups or organisations.”

MindLab’s Director is sharing some of his thoughts in this innovation diary 

Follow it here

INSPIRATION
NEXT GENERATION INNOVATION


We brought together a range of international experts for a chat about perspectives on a new public development culture via digital policy development. 

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PROJECT
TURNING AWAY FROM A TRUCKLOAD OF BUREAUCRACY


Identifying costly regulations and how to improve them are essential to the competitiveness and growth of enterprises. In this project we turned away from the standard quantitative method and added design anthropology  - the outcome was faster results.

Read the full case
MINDLAB RECOMMENDS

REFLECTIONS


“Pause for Thought” is the direct translation of the title of a Danish series of books experimenting with the academic discourse format to make complex research topics accessible in uncomplicated language. The books take a couple of hours to read, and allow readers to learn about topics such as welfare, time, God, corruption, love and even ants and monsters. 

Read more about Reflections

METHOD

BRAINSTORM


Get more, better ideas! With these two different brainstorming approaches, you can transform questions and challenges into specific ideas. 

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