The Design Thinking Hybrid
An Evolution of Innovation
Design Thinking as a problem-solving method has been prevalent in product design for several decades and has more recently been adapted for business and education. And like any process that has enjoyed that kind of longevity, it must periodically adapt to changes in environment and landscape. As the “business of innovation” becomes increasingly important to strategic decision makers in all sectors and industries and across the globe, we near one of those inflection points.
In this webinar Bill Burnett, consulting assistant professor and master in design thinking at Stanford University, considers current implementations of design thinking and explores ways in which it can be adapted to solve new problems in better ways.
You Will Learn:
- Innovation tactics to incorporate into everyday culture
- Lean startup methods that utilize design thinking
- Techniques for making large scale impact to your business
Learn more tools and frameworks that lead to innovation and strategic leadership in this June’s Innovation Master Series: Design Thinking and the Art of Innovation.
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