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Produced by Kelsey Matsu for the Hawaii Association of Independent Schools (HAIS). This is a video of a 3 hour introductory workshop on Design Thinking held during TechEnterprise 2011 (a dual use / high tech) conference at the Ala Moana Hotel in Honolulu, Hawaii. The workshop was held for 100+ high tech executives, but was open to Hawaii public and private school educators. This intro workshop was a prelude to the August 11-13 workshop at the Sheraton Waikiki with the Stanford Design School K12 Lab.
Learn “Design Thinking” from the world renowned Stanford Design School. This is a rare opportunity to learn Design Thinking, a human centered approach to problem solving, made famous by David Kelley, IDEO, and the Stanford Design School.
To get started in implementing Design Thinking, the best materials are found on Stanford’s K-12 Design Thinking initiative. Here is a link to the K-12 program and materials. The program is free to educators but sells out quickly.
A free innovation guide for social enterprises and NGOs worldwide
This project, funded by International Development Enterprise (IDE) as part of a grant from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, sought to provide NGOs and social enterprises with the tools to do just that. IDEO, in collaboration with nonprofit groups ICRW and Heifer International, developed the HCD Toolkit to help international staff and volunteers understand a community’s needs in new ways, find innovative solutions to meet those needs, and deliver solutions with financial sustainability in mind.
For Business Executives and Designers alike, “design thinking” is a powerful way to imagine and create new products, services, strategies and business models. This full day seminar will introduce you to the cognitive processes used in design and demonstrate how they can be used to identify problems, gather insights, envision solutions, and create new opportunities for your business.