Learn. Practice. Apply.
Spark new ideas and solve challenges that matter to you by bringing the practice of design thinking to your workplace. In workshops led by the Stanford d.school’s Perry Klebahn and Jeremy Utley, your team will work through a series of exercises and activities that get you out of your chairs and working together to collaborate, innovate, and problem solve.
At a Glance
What is design thinking?
Design thinking is a solution-focused approach to innovation that draws on the techniques of creative thinking, human-centered designing, and rapid prototyping. It is the driving methodology of Stanford University’s design school (known as the d.school). It embraces failure, it encourages collaboration, and it runs on the belief that everyone (even you) can think creatively.
- Start creating a culture of innovation at your workplace.
- Practice techniques for creative problem solving that you can apply to any situation.
- Work through your professional challenges real-time under the guidance of Stanford experts.
- Increase collaboration in your office with fun, high-energy workshops.
- Learn whenever, wherever with affordable, bite-sized content that is 100% online.
- You can register for 1, 2, or 3 workshops, each about 2-3 hours long. Topics include: Ideation, Prototyping, and Presentation.
- Invite 4-18 colleagues to participate in the workshops with you to ensure the best experience. You will be collaborating in teams of 2.
- All workshop videos are self-guiding. Just press play and follow along.
- Check out our How It Works page for instructions on how to begin.