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The Design Thinking Workshop contains the process and methods of design thinking adapted for the entrepreneurial environment. It offers new ways for entrepreneurs to be intentional and collaborative as they design solutions for their company, empowering participants to create impactful solutions for complex challenges.

Businesses all over the globe are using Design Thinking to create new solutions for their customers, companies and communities—using empathy to help develop programs, engaging people in helping to design their solutions and working with each other to create new tools and processes for tech-based challenges. These efforts are helping entrepreneurs become agents of change within their companies, generating new ideas and driving new small- and large-scale innovations.

Based on the Design Thinking workshops from D School at Stanford. Learn more http://dschool.stanford.edu/

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  1. 1. The Design Thinking Workshop Kevin Popovic, B.A., M.S. Founder of Ideahaus® | Lecturer at San Diego State University
  2. 2. What is Design Thinking? Kevin Popovic, B.A., M.S. Founder of Ideahaus® | Lecturer at San Diego State University
  3. 3. What is Design Thinking? d. School | Hasso Plattner Institute of Design at Stanford
  4. 4. MISSION: Redesign the gift-giving experience for your partner. Start by gaining empathy.
  5. 5. MISSION: Redesign the gift-giving experience for your partner. Start by gaining empathy.
  6. 6. MISSION: Reframe the problem.
  7. 7. MISSION: Reframe the problem.
  8. 8. MISSION: Ideate: Generate alternatives to test.
  9. 9. MISSION: Ideate: Generate alternatives to test.
  10. 10. MISSION: Iterate based on feedback.
  11. 11. MISSION: Build and test.
  12. 12. MISSION: Build and test.
  13. 13. MISSION: Group gather and debrief.
  14. 14. MISSION: Group gather and debrief.
  15. 15. More Design Thinking @KevinPopovic MGT353 Creativity + Innovation
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The Design Thinking Workshop contains the process and methods of design thinking adapted for the entrepreneurial environment. It offers new ways for entrepreneurs to be intentional and collaborative as they design solutions for their company, empowering participants to create impactful solutions for complex challenges. Businesses all over the globe are using Design Thinking to create new solutions for their customers, companies and communities—using empathy to help develop programs, engaging people in helping to design their solutions and working with each other to create new tools and processes for tech-based challenges. These efforts are helping entrepreneurs become agents of change within their companies, generating new ideas and driving new small- and large-scale innovations. Based on the Design Thinking workshops from D School at Stanford. Learn more http://dschool.stanford.edu/

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