Today’s workplace calls for a new style of leadership to embolden and accelerate innovation. Design offers a novel way to discover market opportunities, experiment to validate concepts and mitigate risk, and deliver value to all stakeholders.
This Leadership Through Design Innovation course offered by Coursera in partnership with Northwestern University offers hands-on experience applying human-centered design process to real-world challenges, and requires you to explore the world around you.
Learn how to engage with end users, effectively frame problems, identify potential solutions, and build prototypes to test assumptions and learn what works (and doesn’t). Then dive into a range of ways large and small to bring design innovation into your organization.
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- Using Design Principles to Innovate and Find Opportunities
- Exploring Ideas
- Prototyping to Learn
- Leading Design Innovation
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- 1 months
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DisciplinesDesign Innovation Management Leadership View 93 other Short Courses in Design in United States
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We are not aware of any specific GRE, GMAT or GPA grading score requirements for this programme.
We are not aware of any English requirements for this programme.
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