In my work, I discovered that many of the excellent methodologies we use to design, engineer, and make are not quite complete. Design Thinking, Lean and Agile methodologies all greatly improve the respect for users, technical quality, and economic efficiency. But they all seem to lack in some areas.
They lack regard for ethical and systemic impact. They don't offer effective tools for collaboration. Or they lack diligence and rigour in implementation.
I joined FRAMLABS, because we work to overcome those inefficiencies by exploring new methodologies, while applying them in helping companies make better decisions towards future value.
Framlabs is captivating, though. Our mission is to help companies build better tomorrow — in terms of finding meaningful future value. To deliver on that promise, we use powerful original methods and frameworks.
Much of our work is concerned with human relationships and collaboration, as well as helping all individuals unlock their creativity.
My responsibility mostly lies around experimental validation, building out our digital production capacity, and creating a productization strategy to achieve a more scaleable revenue mix.