Provide your people with the opportunity to experience design thinking and key innovation concepts in a robust but condensed timeframe. During this engaging half-day workshop, teams tackle a realistic design challenge while practicing the three phases of design thinking: inspiration, ideation and implementation.
Kickstart and accelerate the design of innovative solutions with impact. Through this experience, your people will master the design thinking process and start applying it to your real organizational challenge.
IDEO is an award-winning global design firm that takes a human-centered, design-based approach to helping organizations in the public and private sectors innovate and grow.Learn more about IDEO
"Design thinking is a human-centered approach to innovation that draws from the designer's toolkit to integrate the needs of people, the possibilities of technology, and the requirements for business success."
—Tim Brown, president and CEO, IDEO
A great platform to push the thinking of my team to develop new and better solutions for the enterprise.
Talented people with expertise in design thinking that have a methodology for introducing and teaching those concepts. Incredible experience and very impactful.
ExperienceInnovation™ has replaced modules that we’ve done in the past on innovation. We just felt it was a better learning tool...I have seen people start to talk the language that’s in the program. You can really see that the skills learned are being used on the job.
The session was rapid, engaging and effective. I know everybody in the room got a clear sense of the value of design thinking and of the key mechanics of the process.
We were able to quickly train our consultants on Design Thinking so they can start applying this methodology to their client projects. We are looking to drive innovative solutions with our enterprise customers and increase our impact.
We work frequently with students. They find the ExperienceInnovation™ simulation to be a refreshing change from their traditional academic experience. It also helps them think in a remarkably different way about new methods to solve human-centered problems.