The workshop is designed to enable leaders to solve existing problems in creative ways using the Design Thinking Methodology. Conventional problem solving tools lead to run-of-the-mill solutions, hence in a fast-changing world, the problem solving methodology has to be different. Design Thinking, with its human-centric,
exploratory approach provides the answer. This workshop will introduce the participants to this approach.
Upon completion of the workshop, the participants will develop the ability to:
- Empathize strongly with users
- Rekindle their own creative potential
- Look at problems from multiple perspectives
- Apply the Design Thinking Methodology in different situations
A mix of classroom discussions and out-of-class exercises. Stimulating discussions and experience-sharing leading to peer-to-peer learning and co-creation of solutions. The theoretical constructs would be put forth with ‘Real-Life’ Case Studies. Participants will be encouraged to apply the learnings to real-life situations.
The trainer, Dr. Kaustubh Dhargalkar, is an acclaimed Design Thinking coach with over 50,000+ hours of training in the space of Design Thinking, Creative Problem Solving, Breakthrough Ideation with corporates such as Mercedes Benz, Daimler India, Citibank, Hewlett Packard, Deloitte, Mahindra Group etc. Has spoken at two TEDx events so far. He is the founder of Potentials And Possibilities, an Innovation & Design Thinking Consultancy. He is a mentor at the Center for Innovation, Incubation and Enterprise at IIM-Ahmedabad. His detailed profile is attached alongwith. *
Who should attend?
Executives who are expected to bring in fresh perspectives to existing issues and also are responsible for medium to long-term growth of the organisation.
Duration: 2 days
- Unlearning Module – Rewiring the brain for new thinking pathways
- Empathy & User-centricity
- Numbers v/s insights
- Opportunity Spotting & the New Product Development framework
- Design Brief Creation
- The Design Thinking Methodology
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