Turning People into Teams

Rituals and Routines That Redesign How We Work

David Sherwin (Author) | Mary Sherwin (Author)

Forthcoming: 10/09/2018

Turning People into Teams

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David Sherwin is cofounder of Ask the Sherwins, LLC We help organizations better integrate design into how they make products, and develop custom training programs and tools for cross-disciplinary teams. A Fellow at frog, a global product strategy and design firm, he was previously an Interaction Design Director and co-authored frog's Collective Action Toolkit. Previous books Creative Workshop: 80 Challenges to Sharpen Your Design Skills and Success by Design: The Essential Business Reference for Designers, and I write regularly on the intersection of life and design.In past roles, he has led product and service design teams, including those focused on Lynda.comand LinkedIn Learning. He is currently an adjunct faculty member of two graduate-level interaction design programs: California College of the Arts and Copenhagen Institute of Interaction Design. He resides in Oakland, CA.



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Mary Paynter Sherwin is cofounder of Ask the Sherwins LLC and a seasoned writer, educator, and public speaking coach with expertise in helping individuals and schools develop rigorous curricula and activities for their learning needs. She has worked on multiple successful training programs and product innovation toolkits, such as Kaiser Permanente s i60 Innovation Toolkit with Propelland and frog s Collective Action Toolkit. With David, she is on the visiting faculty of Copenhagen Institute of Interaction Design and California College of the Arts, and was formerly an adjunct professor at St. Mary s College of California.

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