ChaTech’s Creative Problem-Solving Series sponsored by Bridge Innovate

Taught by Design Thinking experts from Kenco, Center Centre, Unum, and Bridge Innovate, this multi-part series will teach you and your team this innovative problem-solving technique and how to apply it to almost every business decision. If you have a big, hairy, audacious goal and don’t know where to start, design thinking gives you a framework through customer empathy, creative ideation, prototyping, and consistent refinement. Companies like Coca-Cola, SAP, and Prudential continue to innovate and generate human-centered solutions using Design Thinking.

At the end of each seminar, you and your team will walk away with the skills to be more effective, creative problem solvers. You can use the knowledge you’ve gained to teach, lead, and inspire others at your workplace. Most importantly, you can save money using this technique by proving the worth and impact of an idea before spending resources in development.

If you want to learn more about the class or are interested in sponsoring, please reach out to John, Marketing Manager @ ChaTech – john@chatechcouncil.org.

Only register once for all parts. Dates and agendas are the following:

Tuesday, August 21st – 4:00 to 6:00 pm – Design Thinking mindset, concepts, and philosophy

Tuesday, August 28th- 4:00 to 6:00 pm – Empathy, deep understanding, user experience

***No meeting on Tuesday, Sept 4th***

Tuesday, September 11th – 4:00 to 6:00 pm – Brainstorming including selection

Tuesday, September 18th – 4:00 to 6:00 pm – Prototyping and testing

Tuesday, September 25th – 4:00 to 6:00 pm – Innovation Tools Test Drive

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What is Design Thinking?

Empathize

Learn who your stakeholders are and what they need.

Define

Synthesize your observations and create a human-centered story that your product is designed to solve or help curb.

Ideate

Brainstorm potential ideas using various techniques: text, drawing, skits, storyboards.

Prototype

Build low-fidelity initial versions. No need for fully functioning products here.

Test

Get honest, constructive feedback from stakeholders and team members.

Repeat

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