The Alchemy of Design Thinking
Executive Summary and Scope:
In order to master your job you have to gain a set of skills in order to bloom in an unpredictable changing world. Today’s leader must have a sense of creativity and navigation in order to prosper. In order to learn these skills you have to change your way of thinking and perceiving. A crafty leader must know how to lead his team proficiently and creatively. This workshop will bring the expressive part of you as a leader to enable you explore more about your job, overcome your fears and take conceptual risks professionally.
Core Behavioral Competencies:
How you will Benefit:
Improved ability to lead creative brainstorming sessions
Increased acuity for discovering customer needs
Deliver your ideas with clarity and confidence
Higher employee engagement
Decreased development times thanks to rapid prototyping
New products or services better aligned with customer needs
Workshop Modules What will be Covered
The 3D Connection Stage
The 3D Connection Model explains why emotional choices can be as crucial as supposed logical approaches. It explores the deeper aspect of personal construction.
The Situation Blindness Stage
The Situation Blindness Stage explains why it is often hard to get to the real issues or to the heart of the problem because people operate in a semi-delusionary state- they fail to see, understand or accept what the world is really like.
The Creation Stage
The Creation Stage asks the question “Who should provide the solution?” In what sounds a relatively simple question lurks the foundation of problems that emerge later in change stage.
The Change Stage
The Change Stage explains and assesses behavioral or sustainable outcomes to Design Thinking.
The Confirmation Stage
The Confirmation Stage expands on the heart component in the Cockpit process to understand the emotional process that can be observed in people, teams and organizations.
The Continue Stage
The Continue Stage explores the idea of corporate addiction, where change programme failure often follow processes of great ideas, rapid sign-up, fade away and then return to old habits. This stage answers the question “how to recognize it?” and seeks to understand what we can do about it.
Introduction to Design Thinking
Principles of Design Thinking
Process of Design Thinking
Design Thinking Techniques
Testing is part of an iterative process that provides students with feedback. The purpose of testing is to learn what works and what doesn’t, and then iterate. This means going back to your prototype and modifying it based on feedback. Testing ensures that students learn what works and what doesn’t work for their users.