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Design Thinking for Innovative Problem Solving

Executive Education: Design Thinking for Innovative Problem Solving
Dec 9—11, 2019
3 days
Baltimore, Maryland, United States
USD 3800
USD 1266 per day

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Now more than ever, leaders recognize the value of creativity and its role in organizational successes. Enter design thinking — a human-centered process utilized by many of today’s most creative and competitive organizations. With an emphasis on research, ideation and prototyping, design thinking helps teams leverage their collective expertise to achieve innovative solutions to challenging problems. Leaders will work in teams to solve a complex problem while applying the entire design thinking process. This seminar is unique in that it embraces multiple academic perspectives (design and design theory, organizational behavior and social psychology) to provide participants with a rich, hands-on learning experience. The overarching goal is to provide leaders with the skills and knowledge they need to use design thinking in their own teams and organizations.

In our Design Thinking for Innovative Problem Solving course, learn how to leverage research, ideation, and prototyping to tackle even the hardest business challenges. Collaborate with industry peers and explore creative approaches to problem solving, while learning the basics of design thinking methodology.

Who should attend

  • Rising managers who want to lead innovative teams
  • Professionals who want to be exposed to a new way of solving problems
  • Individuals who face complex challenges

Experts

Jack Goncalo is a Professor of Business Administration and the Robert & Helen P. Seass Faculty Fellow at the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, Gies College of Business. Professor Goncalo earned his PhD in Business Administration from the University of California, Berkeley. He came to ...

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