UI Breakfast Podcast. Episode 170: The Power of Workshops with Jonathan Courtney

Published May 17, 2020 by Jane Portman
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How can you use workshops to level up your design practice? Why are they exponentially better than regular meetings? Our guest today is Jonathan Courtney, CEO of AJ&Smart and the author of The Workshopper Playbook. You’ll learn how they transformed their business using workshops, why this collaboration method is so powerful, and how to get started with your first workshop.

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