Design & Innovation Workshop

Design & Innovation Workshop
Event on 2015-02-06 08:15:00

It’s not easy driving change within an organization. Join us for a full day, hands on, experiential workshop on Human-Centered Design – a process for innovating and problem solving. This experience will help you jump start new initiatives forward and help you lead efforts to solve complex problems and opportunities within your organization. Human Centered Design (or Design Thinking) is a process used by some of the most creative and innovative companies in the U.S.

In our workshop, you’ll learn how to delve into and understand customer needs and insights. You’ll practice techniques to reframe opportunities and to develop creative and inspiring ideas. You’ll move that to reality through prototyping and testing and learn how sell those ideas.

Along the way, we’ll provide tools and templates that you can take back to your place of work to use with your team. If you’re creating a new product or service, improving your marketing or customer service, or just looking for better, more creative ways of working together as a team, this Design & Innovation workshop will help move you forward.

This is a small workshop. Seating is limited.

The Workshop is led by:

Rich Nadworny, principal at design and innovation firm Empatico, strategist, digital marketer and innovation writer.

Eugene Korsunskiy, design thinking lecturer at UVM, Stanford graduate and founder of SparkTruck. 

When: February 6th, 2015
Time: 8:30 AM – 5 PM (Continental breakfast starts at 8:15)
Where: South End Kitchen
Price: 0 for daylong training, includes continental breakfast and lunch provided by South End Kitchen, design tools.

Who Should Attend?

  • Business, non-profit, government, and academic leaders focused on creating a culture of innovation
  • Managers, marketers, designers, consultants, and other professionals eager to improve their innovation and design skills.

We’ll spend the day working on:

  • Developing customer insights and understanding
  • Reframing problems
  • Creating breakthrough ideas
  • Prototyping
  • Collaborating effectively in diverse teams

Sponsored by:

at South End Kitchen
716 Pine Street
Burlington, United States

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