Design Thinking is an innovation framework that uses a human-centered mindset to challenge assumptions, redefine problems and find strategic solutions.
The Bootcamp teaches the Design Thinking principles and mindset, and the practical application of some fundamental methods which are useful for a variety of real work situations.
In two half-day sessions the bootcamp group will be guided through activities to solve a creative challenge and find innovative solutions using practical, hands-on methods.
Open to all Koch employees.
Learn fundamental methods & principles while working together in Mural
Apply multiple hands-on methods in real-time with expert practitioners
Who is it for?
The Design Thinking mindset is beneficial to anyone who solves problems as part of their work, especially innovators, project leaders, anyone responsible for transformation or who participates in creative change.
This bootcamp is designed for beginners. If you’ve already participated in a bootcamp or are regularly using design thinking methods, the material may cover fundamentals you already know.
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2-day Bootcamp Agenda
- Intro: What is Design Thinking and why is it valuable for business
- Alignment and finding team focus
- method: How Might We (HMW)
- Creativity and inspiration
- method: Related Worlds
- Rapid ideation
- method: "Sketching" ideas
- Decision making:
- method: Including Diverse Perspectives
- method: Using a Decider
- Testing ideas
- Fundamental collaboration principles for applying Design Thinking methods