Manual Thinking can serve as an ideal support to organize tasks, whether for teams or for individuals. This template provides an easy and effective way to organize your tasks by times, separating small tasks for immediate execution, tasks and projects to be completed during the day, week or month, tasks that are currently on hold, and projects to be fulfilled in the future. The labels allow you to move (and eventually remove) the tasks from less to more urgent. Colors can be used to link various tasks deriving from the same project, or to represent the person in charge of the task.
4-STEP Creative Problem Solving for Business
A framework for Customer-centric Innovation
Apply Design Thinking to solve any kind of business problem in a practical & visual way!
The Manual Thinking – Design Thinking Kit synthesizes in 4 straightforward steps a proven way to solve any business problem you may face putting always the customer at the center of the analysis.
The Design Thinking Kit comes with maps, work templates and removable labels and a free downloadable user-manual that guides you through the 4 steps. The materials provided allow groups up till 5 persons to put into practice each step of the Design Thinking process in a visual manner.
The summer holidays are here! You already know what to do, where to go and with who? In collaboration with Dominical, weekly magazine of Spanish Newspaper el Periódico, we have created a template with which you can create a map for your holiday plans. Explore possible destinations, activities and resources, and create the best plan for this summer!
You can download the template here, and print it on a sheet of large labels to get your map started. If you haven´t got any Manual Thinking maps or labels yet, get them in our online store!
Manual Thinking is the ideal material for facilitating idea generation sessions. Each participant can draw their ideas on removable labels and place them on a map, connecting them with the ideas of the other team members to create an interactive overview of ideas. Here you can find some of many methods you can apply with Manual Thinking to work creativity in an efficient way!
Use Manual Thinking to get the most out of your week by mapping out your tasks. Organize your time by days and/or projects to approach the week efficiently. Whether for work, school, or home, the overview will allow you to focus on your tasks one by one.
Visualize which decision to take using your lungs: For each option, each participant blows up a balloon expressing their preference with the amount of air blown, making visible the preference of the group. Deciding becomes a fysical activity!