For Business Executives and Designers alike, “design thinking” is a powerful way to imagine and create new products, services, strategies and business models. This full day seminar at the Harvard Club of New York will introduce you to the cognitive processes used in design and demonstrate how they can be used to identify problems, gather insights, envision solutions, and create new opportunities for your business.
The need for 21st century mindsets and protocols has sparked unprecedented interest in “design thinking”, a human-centered, prototype-powered and foresight-driven process that generates new ideas as effectively for products and services, as it does for business models and strategies. Traditional skills are making way for the techniques and cognitive processes of design to help solve complex business problems.
Through real-world examples, we will explore the newest and best practices in design thinking, applied creativity, and strategic innovation and planning. This seminar will enable you to connect with your own creativity, to generate original ideas and to convert those ideas into innovative products, services, and strategies.
Participants will receive a certificate of participation from the Harvard University Graduate School of Design Executive Education, as well as a practical workplace guide for applying design thinking concepts, tools, and methods.
This seminar is for:
- Business Executives who want to create business value and strategic impact through design thinking.
- Designers, Architects and Engineers who want to turn design thinking skills into value-added services for their clients and to create new revenue-generating services.
Register by May 15th and save 25%
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