Fall 2020 Session:
Monday, October 26 (9am–12pm)
Wednesday, October 28 (9am–12pm)
Program Follow Up: TBD (One Hour)
**Pre and Post readings will be required
A Blueprint for Planning, Executing and Innovating
Why take this course?
Faced with rapid and unpredictable disruption, successful companies are turning to proven design practices to change the way they plan, execute, and innovate across the organization.
Design Thinking is a deeply collaborative and data-driven process used to connect with customers and cultivate competitive advantage. A recent report by the World Economic Forum identified core elements of Design Thinking – Complex Problem Solving, Critical Thinking, and Creativity as the top three skills people and organizations need to thrive in the fourth industrial revolution.
This course will:
This course can be customized to your organization’s needs and can be delivered online, onsite or at the Ron Joyce Centre in Burlington. For more information, click here.
Jonathan Carrigan is a passionate thought leader with over 15 years’ experience working at the intersection of technology, strategy, and design. Most recently, Jonathan was a founding member of a corporate transformation office at Maple Leaf Sports and Entertainment (MLSE) that oversaw and guided MLSE’s digital transformation initiatives. Prior to this role, Jonathan established and led a unique multi-disciplinary unit at MLSE comprised of analytics, user experience design (UX), and digital engagement (social, mobile, web). Jonathan has an MBA specializing in technology management, and he speaks regularly at industry events and conferences in Canada and abroad.