Join us on Wednesday, May 13th, 2015 for our next Innovation Masters Series Webinar.
Wednesday, May 13th, 2015
Design Your Life: Part II: Prototypes for personal success
Struggle with balancing work and life? Try a new path and turn your bias into action by just ‘doing’ instead of ‘deciding’ how to make it happen. Embrace a design point of view by letting the next steps in your life be revealed to you as you go. Start articulating Who I am, What I believe and What I am doing then interconnect the dots to live coherently.
This webinars will give you a taste of what will be taught during the Innovation Masters Series - Design Thinking and the Art of Innovation (XDES400) course being held this June 17-19, 2015 at Stanford University.
For over 40 years the Design Group at Stanford University has been studying and solving impossible problems. In the process Stanford faculty have invented and codified powerful problem solving methods that focus on: finding the right problem and doing the thing right.
Consulting Assistant Professor Mechanical Engineering, Design Group; Executive Director of the Stanford Design Program
These free, one-hour on demand webinars are hosted by the Stanford Center for Professional Development.
In association with the Innovation Masters Series: Design Thinking and Art of Innovation (XDES400) course.
Watch our webinar series!Design Your Life: Part I: Reframe Your Passion
Recording Available Soon
What do you want to be when you grow up? Whether you’re starting, changing or advancing your career, it’s never too late to ask yourself this question, and not know the answer. Take a new approach to evaluating your life choices by applying design thinking to the “wicked problem” of vocational wayfinding. Learn what it’s all about and why you should reconsider turning your passion into your profession.
Apply Design Thinking in Your Work
Design Thinking and the Art of Critique: I Like/I Wish
How to Cultivate Creativity Using Design Thinking
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