About This Product Management Course
Design thinking is an overused phrase and has accumulated quite a bit of misinformation in recent years. However, the original concepts behind design thinking are immensely valuable in today’s organizations as we seek solutions to complex problems. Arising from early visual design and ideation practices, design thinking has evolved over time into both a philosophy for solving complex problems as well as a concrete methodology for designing and building solutions. This design thinking course teaches you both.
During this fast-paced course, experience a hands-on journey through the design thinking process. Led by an expert with deep experience leading teams who design and build solutions in real-world environments, you and your peers collaborate to define and solve problems using design thinking techniques. You will learn a straightforward process for problem definition, ideation, teaming, testing solutions and applying the process of solution building in your own organizational environment.
What You Will Learn
- Identify the components of design thinking
- Define users and customers
- Distinguish symptoms, problems and root causes
- Create repeatable “a-ha” moments
- Define a future state for solution paths
- Prototype rapidly
- Apply Agile practices for iteration
- Keep human qualities at the center of the design
- Apply design thinking to non-traditional roles
Who Should Take This Course
Anyone involved in product management, for instance:
- Product managers
- Product directors
- Business analysts
- Project managers
- L&D professionals
- UX/UI designers
- Graphic designers
- Visual designers
- Product designers
- Services designers
- Software developers
- Web developers
A certificate is provided upon successful completion of the course.
Two-day, virtual, instructor-led courses
$1,699 per person
If you are interested in learning about special team rates and private classes for Federal government and government contractor organizations, email mailto:[email protected].
- November 7–8, 9 a.m.–5 p.m. Eastern time
- December 1–2, 10 a.m.–6 p.m. Eastern time