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Who should attend
- Professionals who have taken Design Thinking for Innovative Problem Solving and who have a desire to gain the skills to develop and facilitate their own human-centered design workshops
- Professionals at all levels seeking to explore the possibilities of co-creating innovative solutions with key stakeholders
- Individuals looking for a fresh problem-solving perspective
- Forward-thinking leaders
About the course
Once you've learned to creatively solve problems through design thinking, the next step is leading your team through innovative solutions to complex problems. Learn to facilitate your own design thinking and human-centered design workshop and lead your team to the answers you've been looking for with this exciting course. Participants taking Design Thinking Practicum should have demonstrated mastery of design thinking techniques by successfully completing the prerequisite of Design Thinking for Innovative Problem Solving.
Participants taking the Design Thinking Practicum should have demonstrated mastery of design thinking techniques by successfully completing the prerequisite of Design Thinking for Innovative Problem Solving. This course is intended for professionals looking to take the leap from learning about design thinking to leading workshops on their own.
Danielle Piccinini is an adjunct faculty member in Design Leadership. She is trained in Design Thinking and Human-Centered Design and leads international teams to use these approaches globally in her role as a program officer at the Johns Hopkins Center for Communications Programs. Danielle holds...
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