Learn to move your projects forward by failing with style.
Obs. Due to the current COVID-19 lockdown situation this seminar is postponed. If you wish to receive an e-mail as soon as we’re again able to host physical events, please contact Membership Lead, Mia Kirkegaard Jørgensen, at firstname.lastname@example.org – she’ll make sure to contact you and offer you a spot when we have settled on a new date for the seminar.
Design Thinking has become the latest buzzword. In this seminar we will go past the hype and have you create a working app prototype in 90 minutes. The rest of the class is about decomposing this overused concept, based on the experience you get creating the app, to understand how the principles behind it, which are as old as Evolution, continue to drive the best ideas on the planet.
We will teach you how solve real problems in innovative ways by unlearning, breaking, unblocking, and deconstructing the obstacles that stand between you and mind-blowing ideas.
This seminar will teach you to be comfortable with getting it wrong. You will learn the same practical methods and actions which the most innovative entrepreneurs in Silicon Valley use to evolve their ideas into viable solutions to real-world problems.
This is a seminar on innovation that disrupts the concept of innovation itself by applying the key the principle that has made Silicon Valley successful for over 70 years: an inquisitive approach to failure that results in better products, a culture of ingenuity and ultimately, a string of breakthroughs for organizations of all kinds. Buzzwords aside.
- Insight into what design thinking really means and how you can use the format to create value in your projects. All buzzword hype aside.
- A new way of thinking. We’ll make sure you unlearn, break and deconstruct everything that’s in your way.
- Hands on experience with the design thinking format – ending up with a working app prototype that you made yourself using the specific principles of design thinking.
It doesn’t have to be time-consuming or expensive to build – and grow – your brand. This, serial entrepreneur and CEO of Innovation Lab Silicon Valley, Juan Carlos Velten, has proven countless times within his previous jobs as a brand expert at Proctor & Gamble, founder of the innovation agency Zealmark, chairman at Harvard Business School and teacher at Stanford University within the science of failure. In Innovation Lab, Juan Carlos (or just JC) is in charge of our branding department. Furthermore, he collaborates with both Trinity Alps Capital, Joi Scientific, and Mayfield.