Thinking, Learning and Leadership Design

 

How is the Workshop ONE “a” different?

Practical and hands-on with a focus on learning-by-doing, using several different practice exercises that combine individual work with small group collaboration. Taught by experienced practitioners working in learning, service and experience design.

Flexible framework and methods relevant to different sectors and design challenges, including digital tools, online team building and coordination, processes and policies, and development lifestyle (front end and back end).

The workshop attendees are typically a dynamic mix of disciplines and industries. Those attending leaders wish to accelerate innovation within their organization or solve internal challenges through Human-Centered Design / Design Thinking. They are Senior management, strategic developer, innovation directors, process designers, researchers, consultants, and learning professionals interested in Thinking, Learning and Leadership Design.  All organizations involved in embedding innovation into their organizations or who want to improve internal efficiency and team collaboration.

Small class size for more individual attention in friendly environment.

About the Training.

This three-day workshop introduces participants to human-centered design and design thinking tools. Participants will learn how human-centered design can be used to:

  • Solve the right problem
  • Understand the needs of internal and external stakeholders
  • Promote collaboration between teams and a framework to innovate
  • Reduce risk through iterative prototyping and testing (LEAN)

What will you learn.

Examples of methods we typically teach include:

WHAT WE THINK WE KNOW

  • Stakeholder Mapping
  • Journey Mapping
  • Persona Profiles
  • Hypothesis Generation

KNOWING MORE

  • Contextual Inquiry
  • Experience Visualization
  • Hypothesis Testing
  • Understanding Insights

ASSESSING WHAT WE KNOW

  • Heuristic Assessment
  • Affinity Clustering
  • Assessment Matrices
  • Qualitative Synthesis

USING WHAT WE KNOW

  • Brainstorming
  • Co-creation
  • Planing insights
  • Development mapping

TESTING WHAT WE KNOW

  • Quick and Rough Prototyping
  • Usability Testing
  • Customer Validation
  • Storytelling

Participation fee for full program, 24th of July (arrival) to 28th of July (departure) 890 EUR and include local transfers, Conference and all Workshop activities Accreditation, all Conference and DPB event participation, accommodation in 2 bed rooms (for single room is supplement 100 EUR/Participant), all meals and visiting different places by the program.