This 90-minute introduction to what Design Thinking is will explain how it can be used to drive innovation, and help you get started on your journey towards creating new products and services.
At the end of the session, you will be able to decide if Design Thinking is a good fit for your existing business, or start-up project. You will also be introduced to some of the language used by practitioners.
The tutorial is both a ‘taster session’ for our full Design Thinking course and a useful ‘starter pack’ for people new to the ideas and method of Design Thinking.
During the session we will discuss:
- Design Thinking success stories
- Design Thinking and the Four-Thoughts Framework(tm)
- A view of different frameworks for Design Thinking
- An end-to-end Design Thinking process
- Mindsets for Design Thinking
- Linking process to tools and methods
- Where next for your Design Thinking journey?
Time will be available for questions during and at the end of the tutorial.
You will benefit from this tutorial if:
- You are looking for a way to boost innovation and creativity in your organisation
- You want to develop new products and services for an existing business
- You want to get involved in start-ups and need a route into your first ‘killer product’
- You are involved in a charity or social enterprise and are searching for creative methods to boost the impact of your organisation
- You have heard the term ‘Design Thinking’ and want to discover a bit more about what it is and if it is a good fit for your business
This focused 90-minute tutorial will be delivered live from Oxford via MS Teams**.
There will be 20 minutes reserved at the end of the tutorial for a Q&A session, where you can ask questions and discuss the content in further detail with the course tutor.
**No special software is needed to attend.
The tutorial will take place 12 noon (UK time).
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The fee for this tutorial will be £25.
This £25 fee will be refunded in total for those who go on to complete the full Design Thinking Practitioner (Online) course.
Places are subject to availability, with classes limited to 20 people.