Learn the essentials of human-centered thinking.
ExperienceInnovation™ | Aware is ideal for raising your people and organization’s awareness of human-centered thinking as an approach to problem-solving and innovation. Participants gain an understanding of the tools and mindsets of human-centered thinking. Participants leave our workshop with the ability to leverage deep customer empathy, radical collaboration and rapid experimentation in their everyday work.
ExperienceInnovation™ is a family of experiential design thinking workshops built in collaboration with IDEO, a global design company. The workshops inspire and equip teams with the tools and mindsets they need to innovate and solve problems creatively.
Anyone — regardless of their level, function or industry — can use the tools and techniques of human-centered thinking to drive innovation in their everyday work.
120-minutes (excluding tech check and facilitated Q&A at the end)
Highly immersive and guided by our proprietary technology simulation
Delivered live by an ExperiencePoint-trained facilitator via a video conferencing platform to encourage visual learning, engagement and collaboration
A virtual ExperiencePoint production manager guides communication and connects remote teams and individuals
Minimum 10 to maximum of 147 participants (50 breakout rooms of trios, with 1 breakout room in reserve)
Available for 10 to 500 people per session.
Highly immersive and guided by a proprietary technology simulation
Delivered in-person by an ExperiencePoint-trained facilitator
What you’ll learn
How to take on your customer’s perspective (external or internal to your organization) in the work you do.
How to use an empathetic, customer-centric mindset to understand problems and generate innovative solutions.
Ideation and the refinement of concepts for solutions.
How to test and validate solutions to identify the ones that are likely to produce desired business outcomes.
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