A short case study demonstrating how applying design methods and tools to internal design work helped to instill a culture of design across a government program. Topics covered include: adopting co-design as the main method of work with remote program teams, designing co-working sessions instead of planning meetings, a 1-hour workshop format, and focusing on low fidelity to maximize collaboration and input.
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