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Design Thinking for Innovation: Brainstorming and Ideation (T939)

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Type: Online
Duration: 00:24 hours
Status: Active

Structured brainstorming is a highly effective method for yielding new results and plentiful solutions. This online self-paced course presents techniques to spur creative thinking and critique ideas that originate from the brainstorming process. Participants will explore ideation techniques that will help them to compare concepts, improve collaboration, and build business cases.

Topics include:

  • recognizing the benefits of visual thinking
  • using sketching to visualize ideas
  • exploring ideation techniques (635, Round Robin, Idea Matrix, Concept Canvas, Pitch It!, Review, Select the Hits)

Notes:

This course was developed with subject matter support provided by PDD Group Ltd. (www.pddinnovation.com).

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  • Topics: Career development; Leadership; Personal development; Service excellence
  • Community: Directors; Employees; Managers; Supervisors
  • Business line: Transferable Skills
  • Provider: Skillsoft

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