EMAGISTER CUM LAUDE
EMAGISTER CUM LAUDE
Columbia Business School Executive Education

Design Thinking: Innovation Strategy for You and Your Organization

Columbia Business School Executive Education
A New York City (USA)
  • Columbia Business School Executive Education

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Tipologia Corso
Luogo New york city (USA)
Inizio 31/03/2020
altre date
  • Corso
  • New york city (USA)
  • Inizio:
    31/03/2020
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Descrizione

This course will inspire you creativity, which is the ability to create something new based in your own ideas.

Design thinking is a practical methodology to innovate with solutions to problems or issues, improving process and more.

Learning Design Thinking will help you in your professional career. This is why he Columbia Entrepreneurship Design Studio and Columbia Business School collaborated in the creation of this course.

With this programme you'll learn to use mindset of design to drive customer-focused innovation in your own organization.

Many innovation efforts in business stall because the organization loses touch with the core needs of their current and potential customers.

The methodologies of design are proevd to work, driving innovation across multiple industries.

Enroll into this course and start expanding your potential. If you have any queries, do not hesitate on contacting Columbia Business School Executive Education through Emagister.

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Dove e quando
Inizio Luogo
10 dic 2019
31 mar 2020
07 dic 2020
New York City
3022 Broadway, NY 10027, New York, USA
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Inizio 10 dic 2019
31 mar 2020
07 dic 2020
Luogo
New York City
3022 Broadway, NY 10027, New York, USA
Visualizza mappa

Cosa impari in questo corso?

Project Manager
Design
Innovation
Design techniques
Project
Organizational Skills
Innovation project management
Brainstorming
Innovation
Creative Strategy
Synthesize
Solution maker
Organizational efficiency management

Programma

Day One: The day begins with a two-hour design project. This introduces the fundamental concepts and immerses participants into a style of working that promotes creative innovation. From there we launch the second design project, which runs until the end of day two. Participants form teams of three and begin step one of our design process—Explore. The teams will leave the design studio and conduct fieldwork in the city. When they return, instructors will guide the teams through the Reframe step where they will synthesize their fieldwork.

Day Two: The project continues as teams begin brainstorming potential solutions in the Generate step. They then select two or three ideas and build them out in the Prototype step. The solutions are tested with real users. After completing the four steps, we focus on creating a compelling story that richly describes the problem to be solved and how the current solution addresses that problem.

Day Three: The final day is all about taking it home. Instructors will share case studies illustrating how design can be used in organizational settings. Participants will learn how different work environments can support or hinder a design process. Finally, each participant will scope a short design project to be completed in their first week back at the office. The ultimate goal is to develop a design practice that continues beyond the three days of the workshop.