Book Review: Design Thinking for Training and Development

Unless you’ve been living under a rock for the past several years, you’ve probably heard a buzz about design thinking. If you’re only vaguely familiar, or you’ve been wanting to dive in and learn more about how it can benefit the work that you do, “Design Thinking for Training & Development” by Sharon Boller and Laura Fletcher is the book for you. 

The essence of design thinking is involving the people who will be using something in the process of designing it. It applies important ideas such as empathy, context analysis, focus groups, and others to get better results. And better results is something we are all striving for, right? 

This book is focused on how learning professionals can use design thinking to move beyond the typical “one and done” approach to better solutions that ensure learning sticks and drive better results for the organization.

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