As humans, we’re naturally resistant to change. You love the cereal you buy every week, so why try anything new? The same attitude is often applied to our work, especially when everything seems to be running great. But sometimes we’re unaware of problems. Or, even worse, we know something could be done better but don’t have the time, resources, or opportunity to make changes.
That’s where “design thinking” comes in. It’s not just a process, but a mindset that can help you identify workplace problems and then create and test solutions to them. Incorporating design thinking into current work methods and culture can sometimes be tricky, but this course will show you how.
By the end of this course, you’ll be able to:
• Define the 5 key steps of design thinking
• Recognize the potential barriers to using design thinking in the workplace
• Successfully apply design thinking in the workplace
Why take this course?
Everyone can make improvements in their workplace. Design thinking will help you spot any problems, and solve them, too. This course will introduce you to the 5 key steps of design thinking, highlight some of the potential barriers to using it, and show you how you can apply design thinking in your workplace.
10 mins | SCORM | Takeaway Tasks