“The workshop which empowers all optimistic thinkers to develop new, innovative solutions to problems, with a clear focus on the customers”

Do you agree to these?

  • Market is drying up
  • Turbulent environment
  • People are too process friendly
  • Failure frequencies are rising
  • Tasks and workloads are getting heaped up
  • World is craving for innovation.

Then you are timed for the workshop on Design Thinking.

  • As part of the workshop, we provide you with Pen, Notepad and study content.
  • Activity materials
  • Certificate of Completion
  • Lunch, Tea and Snacks

Resource Person

Pranab M Das

Certified Corporate Trainer accredited by TESOL, America, Life Coach certified by International Coach Federation.

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About Design Thinking

Design Thinking is a systematic, human-centered approach to solving complex problems within all aspects of life .Moving away from complexity and making it short and simple, we can say that design thinking is an approach to solving design problems by understanding users need and developing insights to solve those needs. User needs and requirements, as well as user-oriented invention, are central to the process of design thinking. It involves developing and deploying a solution to a problem through a process which involves 5 steps. The design thinking cycle is one which can be repeated.  Let us go through those 5 steps.

 

  1. Empathize

When you feel what the other person is feeling, then you are empathizing. When you empathize, you will be able to mirror the expressions, opinions, needs, wants and aspirations of the users. Observe your users and fall in love with their habits, beliefs, perceptions etc. Understand them and understand their needs and problems.

  1. Define

After understanding the problems of the user, do a unique concise reframing of the problem that is grounded in user needs and insights. That is all about reflecting on the problem and analyzing and interpreting it.

  1. Ideate

It is all about getting ideas to solve the problem. Set a time limit and generate as much number of ideas as possible. Imagine, brainstorm, research, ponder and come up with innovative ideas to overcome the problem.

  1. Prototype

It is about building upon your best of the ideas. Make your ideas real by applying creativity for physical or tangible solutions to the problem. It is about creating a concrete embodiment of a concept.

  1. Test

Test your concept with end users using your prototypes. It helps you gather insight on how your users understand and use the concept.  Revise and review based on the feedback of the end users.