Wednesday, August 8, 2018 from 8:00am to noon
How do companies like Apple, Proctor & Gamble and Eastman use design thinking to create exceptional offerings and innovate ahead of their competition? -The customer is at the centre of their business model.
By incorporating design thinking into their business core, they have been able to effectively leverage the design process. Concordia University of Edmonton can provide you with an understanding of the design thinking tools and processes, as well as provide real world experiences to apply your knowledge.
The design thinking workshop has been created to offer business professionals, entrepreneurs and students an in-depth, hands-on foundation in the design thinking process. Through immersive dynamic discussions, relevant readings and team exercises, you will put your knowledge to work with several design challenges. You will discover new possibilities and leave with the ability to make a greater contribution to your organization’s success.
This workshop is ideal for anyone who is tasked with problem solving and looking for new approaches to develop innovative solutions. The structure of this workshop is particularly useful to teams from the same organization who want to tackle an organizational design thinking challenge.
- Learn and apply the fundamentals of design thinking
- Gain an understanding of how to approach wicked problems and plan for success
- Establish a framework for building an environment that fosters creativity
- Develop new ways to collaborate across all areas of your organization
- Start to build a practical design thinking toolkit that can be applied to your daily work
- Unlock your creative potential
- Create a more customer centric team and organization
- The fee for the 1/2 day workshop is $250 +GST per participant. (A one-day version of this workshop is also available.)
- Workshop fee includes all training material, refreshments, certificate of completion, and takeaway design thinking toolkit.
Note: This workshop can be customized to fit your training needs and objectives.
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