What can you expect from our Design Thinking training

Recently, I was having a discussion with a former colleague about the implications of Uber’s suspension to the working class. While I was deeply submerged in our conversation, she suddenly asked me about Design Thinking and how it may help her team in the future.

After giving her a gist of what Design Thinking is, I told her to attend our Design Thinking training to see for herself.

“But what can I expect from the training?” she asked.

Good question.

Here are the three things you can look forward to from our Design Thinking training, based from the feedback we gathered from our past attendees.

1. Expect To Learn The Process.

“I used to think design was just design, I didn’t know anything about the upstream part starting with using empathy to create impact and creating a strategy for innovation.” – ILS-DOLE Training Attendee

In order to deeply understand the value of Design Thinking, our training will lead you through the 5-step Design Thinking process and teach you how to properly apply it in your organization.

As a matter of fact, based on the survey we conducted in one of our Design Thinking workshops, 59.26% of the 27 attendees strongly agree that they will be able to immediately apply the knowledge they’ve learned from our training.

2. Expect To Collaborate

“I like that this was a collaborative Training that gave us the chance to work with each other to get feedback fast while also learning that we don’t need to spend a lot of money to create a prototype and test” – UNILAB Design Thinking Training Attendee

One of the strengths of our Design Thinking training is its interactive nature. When we asked our July 20 attendees if there was a good interaction between the participants, we got a whooping score of 9.6 out of 10.

During the workshop, the attendees are grouped and were given a specific problem to solve. In this team-based scenario, each group will go through the Design Thinking process together. By the end of the training, all of them will learn how to empathize, define a problem, ideate, rapidly prototype, and test the solutions.

3. Expect To Have Fun

“The Training is effective, it’s not the typical classroom type, 80% of the session consists of activities using case studies that participants can relate.” – Design Thinking Training Participant

We curate fun and engaging activities while also compelling the participants to think out of the box. This promotes a good learning environment for the attendees.

At the end of the day, we got the same overwhelming feedback about the training. The participants learned how to leverage Design Thinking and how to apply the 5-step process in a team-based scenario – all while having fun.

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