the business model from an
comprehensive point of view _
understand the company as a whole _
We work with approved methodologies.
The processes we use provide a framework to understand the business model from an comprehensive point of view.
The Design Thinking methodology allows creating innovative ideas through a customer-centric outlook, using solution design based on the incitement of experiences, visualizations and good stories.
Making use of creativity and empathy, the work process proposed by this system guarantees that innovation will produce a value proposition that is striking for the chosen audiences.
At Proteína, we follow the Design Thinking philosophy proposed by the Stanford d.school. SEE MORE
The agile “movement” is an alternative to traditional project management: It allows improving response times and the foreseeability of deliverables, and greater autonomy and collaboration between work-teams. Working with this technique grants more flexibility and better adaptability to the organization in the face of change; and, through iterative processes, it prioritizes “doing”, enabling clients or users to continuously improve and assess functionalities and methods.
Via the Agile Methodology, work is done by the collaboration of self-organized, multidisciplinary teams, involved in a shared process of short-term decision-making. SEE MORE
Learning experiences of transformational nature, driven by a coach, and whose purpose is to connect the organizations with their immense transforming power, the environment surrounding them, and new paths or alternatives. We focus on the future, and wonder if today is the past of the future we want to build.
“Learning by doing” is a work process that integrates the frantic needs of the business with both a current and a strategic-technological development perspective, via the most recent thoughts on innovation and project management techniques. It allows us to establish an experimental and incremental work cycle, while the project outcomes are implemented and producing information for the decision-making process and the later adjustment of tactics and strategy.
We adopt the perspective of the model: THINK – MAKE Cycle, proposed by Dave Landis. SEE MORE
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