Vanessa Gavan
4 minutes Reading Time

Vanessa Gavan sat down with Telstra’s Head of Design Practice, Cecilia Hill, to talk about ‘design thinking’ and what it can do for organisations.



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  • Cecilia Hill
  • Culture
  • Human Centered Design
  • Telstra
  • Workforce

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