enterpriseux Category

Exploring cadence

Exploring Cadence: You, Your Team, and Your Enterprise Elizabeth Churchill (Director of User Experience, Google) Abstract from the Enterprise UX 2017 website: Time is always on our minds in very practical ways—apportioning it for various projects, creating and prioritizing tasks, calendaring, and tracking deadlines and deliverables. Time does, however, have more abstract qualities that require […]

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UX Maturity

As a team manager, I am especially interested in helping customers, executive stakeholders, and my peers in other functional areas (such as Engineering and Product Management) understand the benefits of User-Centered Design (UCD) and User Experience consulting services. I’ve recently written about UX Maturity Models (as well as written my own), and I am tracking with interest […]

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Engaging with executives

I wrote the business case for and built the UX team in the Operations board area when I was at SAP.   Under my direction, what started as a small team in the Americas grew to nearly 20 people globally.  Our work informed both strategic process improvements and the design of internal systems for the Chief […]

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Growing talent & teams

The focus of the afternoon sessions was Growing UX Talent and Teams, facilitated by  Susan Worthman Susan is a business design strategist from California College of the Arts (CCA).  She teaches in the DMBA (in Design Strategy and Strategic Foresight) program, and also works with the Leading by Design fellows program. She has been working at the […]

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Storytelling

I truly enjoyed and learned from all the sessions at the Enterprise UX conference today.  But as Maya Angelou says: I’ve learned that people will forget what you said, people will forget what you did, but people will never forget how you made them feel. For me, these storytelling sessions had the most emotional impact […]

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