Join us on Tuesday, July 21st, 2015 for our next Innovation Masters Series Webinar.
Tuesday, July 21, 2015
The Achievement Habit: A Design Thinking Guide For Doers
Your behavior and relationships can be transformed–if you choose to create habits that make your life better. By combining problem-solving, creativity, communications and life adjustments, you can gain the confidence to do the things you’ve always wanted to do.
Stanford Professor, Bernard Roth, will show you how the power of design thinking can help you achieve goals you never thought possible.
- How to get unstuck when you have difficulty solving a problem
- Why trying and doing are two different things
- Why reasons (even legitimate ones) are self-defeating
- How subtle language changes can resolve barriers to action
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 December 9-11, 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.
Bernard "Bernie" Roth
Rodney H. Adams Professor of Engineering and the academic director of the Hasso Plattner Institute of Design (the d.school) at Stanford University. He is a leading expert in kinematics, the science of motion, and one of the world’s pioneers in the area of robotics.
This free, one-hour on demand webinar is 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 II: Prototypes for Personal Success
Design Your Life: Part I: Reframe Your Passion
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