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30,000 Infosys staff to be trained on design thinking

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MUMBAI: Infosys has already signed up 22 customers on its design thinking offering and will train 30,000 of its employees on design thinking by the end of the year to further boost growth in that consultancy service, chief executive officer Vishal Sikka said at an analyst event on November 12.

Sikka has been pushing design thinking as the cornerstone of his plan to help the company grow. Although there’s no single definition of this concept, it is generally understood to involve a creative and systematic approach to problem-solving by placing the user at the centre of the experience. The company has also trained 250 of its top executives and its sales teams on design thinking.

“With design thinking, we should be able to identify problems and not just solve them for customers that are pointed out to us. No one is doing this sort of consultancy in a big way,” Sikka said over a webcast at the Axis Capital Annual Conference in Mumbai. Design thinking is also a way for the company to win deals focused on new digital technologies, that are likely to help the company in the rebid market, he said.

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