Today’s business executives face increasing pressure to become digitally-focused and delight their customers and employees. SAP Leonardo brings new technologies and human-centered design services together to help businesses power their digital transformation. This course focuses on the value of using a design-led process when we co-innovate to identify and solve business challenges. Our proven design process helps the team uncover challenges, work with end users to brainstorm solutions, and iterate to create a feasible, viable, and desirable solution.
In this course, you’ll:
Understand the value of design services in SAP Leonardo engagements
Learn about the key stakeholders and roles involved throughout an SAP Leonardo engagement
Learn the outcomes, activities, and goals of the SAP design-led engagements process
Access additional resources to expand your SAP Leonardo and design knowledge
This course is the starting point in a learning journey for anyone interested in SAP Leonardo design-led engagements. Together with some additional training, it gives you the skills you need to act as a leader or designer in SAP Leonardo customer design engagements.
Section 1: Introduction to the Course Section 2: SAP Leonardo DL Process and Roles Section 3: Explore Phase Section 4: Discover Phase Section 5: Design Gates and Tools Section 6: Design & Prototype Phase Section 7: Deliver Phase Section 8: Course Assignment
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