Design Thinking: India
10-11 December, Mumbai | 13-14 December, Delhi | 16-17 December, Bengaluru
“Design thinking begins with skills designers have learned over many decades in their quest to match human needs with available technical resources within the practical constraints of business. By integrating what is desirable from a human point of view with what is technologically feasible and economically viable, designers have been able to create the products we enjoy today. Design thinking takes the next step, which is to put these tools into the hands of people who may have never thought of themselves as designers and apply them to a vastly greater range of problems.”
– Tim Brown, Change by Design
Key Design Thinking Outcomes
- Participants will learn how to frame problems around desired behaviours, rather than predetermined outcomes.
- Participants will dive deep into design thinking, learning best-in-class methods and tools to Empathize, Define, Ideate, Prototype & Test.
- Participants will be introduced to effective storytelling for engagement and inspiration.
- Participants will be introduced to managing for behaviours using organizational principles of emergence.
Justin Ferrell Creator, Collaborator and Educator
An experienced teacher, facilitator and creative practitioner, Justin has led innovation sessions for prominent organizations including Colgate-Palmolive, Dow Jones, Facebook, Fidelity Investments, Google, HP, Infosys, Nedbank, NRK, SAP, The Aspen Institute, The New York Times, The United Nations, the U.S. Department of State and the World Economic Forum. He also teaches executives at the Stanford Graduate School of Business, and has worked with executive education programs at Aalto University in Finland and EGADE Business School in Mexico. The former director of digital, mobile and new product design at The Washington Post, Justin also teaches graduate courses in design thinking and organization design at the Institute of Design at Stanford (“the d.school”).
“I attended one of Justin Ferrell’s design thinking workshops in London. I came away from the day really inspired and energized. As a designer (experiences and learning), I enjoyed the content, innovation and Justin’s energy. He is great at storytelling and articulating how to use design thinking skills to achieve positive change in the world.”
– Nicky Maiden, Global Learning & Leadership Development Lead, Bombardier Transportation
“Justin’s Design Thinking workshop was exceptional. He landed the core concepts through a series of experiential exercises that really helped us grow the ability to start with the customer’s true need and build back from there. It really was a unique experience and one that I encourage others to go through. Your approach to designing products and services won’t be the same again.”
– Sean Penistone, Talent & Capability Enabler Lead, Digital, Data & Data Analytics, GSK
Event Locations & Venues
10 & 11 December
|13 & 14 December||
16 & 17 December
|Taj Lands End
|The Taj Mahal Hotel
No.1, Man Singh Rd, South Block, Man Singh Road Area, New Delhi, Delhi
Taj MG Road
41/3, MG Road,
Fees – Individual Attendance
Single Enrollment Pre – 31 October: INR 76,700 (Incl. 18% GST)
Single Enrollment Post – 31 October: INR 82,600 (Incl. 18% GST)
Fees – Group Attendance
Company Roundtable (8 seats) Pre – 31 October: INR 566,400 (Incl. 18% GST)
Company Roundtable (8 seats) Post – 31 October: INR 613,600 (Incl. 18% GST)