Design Thinking can add substantial value to your business. It is a practice which must be acquired by business leaders seeking the right tools to innovate. 
It will help you develop a competitive advantage with human centered design. 


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BENEFITS OF DESIGN THINKING FOR BUSINESS 









HOW DESIGN THINKING CAN ENABLE TEAMS

We undertake sensitization workshops / seminars for MNC's, MSME, Insitutes, Start Ups and Entrepreneurs to ignite the spark.


Program Schedule:


Day 01 : Thinking with Empathy

This module is designed to introduce you to the 4 main aspects of Design Thinking and its business implications. It will be supported with case studies explaining the process from need identification to final product creation as well as the necesacity to develop a human quality, Empathy.

Day 02 : Spot the Need & Find a Solution.

This module is designed to help you identify the latent needs or pain points of your target consumers and define the "problem statement" followed by an intensive ideation process.

Day 03 : Think About the Box 

Selected ideas to be prototyped and tested using your domain specific techniques.


A word of caution! 


If you wish to build "Design Thinking" competence within your organisation, it is highly recommended that you do background research on your consultant. Definitely avoid those that showcase borrowed examples from western corporations. In short, don't have their own success stories. Meaning, if your trainers were themselves trained in Design Thinking but are not designers themselves, they basically do not understand the subject enough to  meaningfully transform your organisation. 

So, who should you be hiring for your Design Thinking workshops?
Yes, you want someone who has practiced design innovation long enough in the Indian context and can share examples from products that are part of your daily experience.



               



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