The Creative Strategies for the Future of Work course at the Royal College of Art is an online masterclass exploring creative methods of hybrid working.
School: Royal College of Art (RCA)
Course: Creative Strategies for the Future of Work
Location: taught live online
Course dates: 3, 4, 7 and 8 November 2022
Application deadline: 1 November 2022
Learn how to apply creative thinking and strategic design thinking principles to the future of work.
Led by Jeremy Myerson, RCA professor emeritus in design and Worktech Academy's co-founder and director, this executive masterclass will equip you with the tools and frameworks to navigate change right across all aspects of the workplace – from rethinking the purpose of the office to meeting sustainability goals and supporting the mental health of remote workers.
The world of work and workplace is undergoing its most significant transformation for decades in the aftermath of the global pandemic – people, places and technology are all facing change.
This interactive live online masterclass will demonstrate how to use creative thinking and design thinking principles to create new strategies and ideas in the emerging era of hybrid working.
At a time when every organisation and every worker is grappling with the implications of the new world of work, this short course will give you a comprehensive methodology to ask the right questions and shape the right solutions.
This unique short course will combine the Royal College of Art's in-depth knowledge of design thinking with the cutting-edge expertise of Worktech Academy, the world's leading knowledge platform and membership club exploring the future of work.
Industry experts will join the masterclass to guide projects and share current practices and case studies.
Applications to this course have now closed.
Top image: photography by Adam Hollingworth.
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