Professional Development Program Design Thinking for Innovation
Design thinking is not only about process and tools, it is about people as well: about you as a design thinker and about the people you want to create value for and with.
The purpose of this course is to introduce you to current global challenges in conservation and development, including changes in both sectors. This course will inspire you to rethink assumptions to address global challenges in conservation and development, and introduce you to new models and approaches that harness technological, behavioral, and financial innovation.

Design thinking refers to creative strategies designers use during the process of designing.It is also an approach to resolve issues outside of professional design practice, such as in business and social contexts. Design thinking in business uses the designer’s sensibility and methods to match people’s needs with what is technologically feasible and what a viable business strategy can convert into customer value and market opportunity.

EXECUTIVE PROGRAM IN DESIGN THINKING FOR INNOVATION

Program Details, Focus & Insights

Design thinking is not only about process and tools, it is about people as well: about you as a design thinker and about the people you want to create value for and with.
The purpose of this course is to introduce you to current global challenges in conservation and development, including changes in both sectors. This course will inspire you to rethink assumptions to address global challenges in conservation and development, and introduce you to new models and approaches that harness technological, behavioral, and financial innovation.

Solution-focused thinking

Analysis and synthesis

Divergent thinking versus convergent thinking

Design thinking as a process for problem-solving

Design thinking for social innovation

Attributes of design thinking

Methods and process

The use of visual analogy in design thinking and learning

The process of design thinking

Ideation: Divergent and convergent thinking

Complexity and mindset conditions

Implementation and prototyping

Design thinking in business

Design thinking in education

 

3 Months Program(12 Weeks Program) Sunday

Program Fee- INR 40,000 for Indian Students or USD 700 for International Students 3 months / Live & Interactive / Weekend classes
Pedagogy Today innovation is everyone’s business. Whether you are a manager in a global corporation, an entrepreneur starting up, in a government role, or a teacher in an elementary school, everyone is expected to get lean – to do better with less. And that is why we all need design thinking. At every level in every kind of organization, design thinking provides the tools you need to become an innovative thinker and uncover creative opportunities that are there – you’re just not seeing them yet. In this course, we provide an overview of design thinking and work with a model containing four key questions and several tools to help you understand design thinking as a problem solving approach. We also look at several stories from different organizations that used design thinking to uncover compelling solutions.

Topics to be Covered
A)Introduction to Design Thinking

B)What is Design Thinking

C)Preparing your mind for Innovation

D)How Human Minds can Innovate beyond Imagination

E) Invention Vs Innovation

F)Science & it’s influence on Innovation

G)Idea Generation

H)Experimentation

I) Innovative design thinking

J) The innovation cycle

K) Business models – definitions and approaches

L) Business models – frameworks and tools

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