The hard questions we had to ask about medical oxygen in India

Hospital staff help a patient with oxygen

When PATH, a global health non-profit, commissioned a project to help craft the strategic roadmap for medical oxygen supply across multiple states, India had transitioned from the worst of the second COVID-19 wave. But apprehensions remained. Hospitals had struggled with an acute shortage of supply of medical oxygen in the country. Because of the urgency, …

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3 ideas that modern design thinkers can learn from the Renaissance

The Design Thinking (DT) approach to problem-solving is a widely used tenet across industries. Its fingerprints are everywhere, from disruptive startups to everyday products. But in recent years, Design Thinking has come under heavy criticism. Some like Natasha Jen and Bruce Nussbaum, claim that it now lacks the critical approach that its inventors aimed for. …

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Could well-being be a low-hanging fruit in adapting to the climate crisis?

If you’ve been following our work for the past few months, you would have noticed that X-Leap is now exploring the mental well-being space. This has also got us thinking about larger development challenges and how well-being is linked to all of them. Challenges that are fairly complex with interlinked variables – a prime candidate …

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Launching OPRA by X-Leap

The organisational risk survey ‘Organization Psychological Risk Assessment’(OPRA), conducted by X-Leap during the pandemic in 2021 shows a rise in mental health conditions that could put organisations at risk. The ‘Organization Psychological Risk Assessment’ (OPRA) survey conducted by X-Leap, a design-led management consulting firm – has found that 96% of survey respondents have reported experiencing …

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