The Design Thinking and Innovation course at the Royal College of Art (RCA), taught in collaboration with the Design Museum, equips business leaders with design thinking skills that can be applied to the workplace.
School: Royal College of Art, Executive Education
Course: Design Thinking and Innovation in Collaboration with the Design Museum
Location: London, UK
Course dates: 2 to 3 May 2023
Application deadline: 1 May 2023
Understand the purpose of design thinking in promoting innovation and learn real-world applications and strategies during the Design Thinking and Innovation course, led by Professor Emeritus Jeremy Myerson in collaboration with the London Design Museum.
This course will equip you with a robust model to apply design thinking in your own working life.
It is delivered in person at the Design Museum and the RCA's new state-of-the-art Executive Education facilities in Battersea. The new space encourages participants to make connections, share ideas and network.
RCA Executive Education provides senior-level professionals and business leaders with critical business skills.
We deliver courses for businesses, organisations and universities on design thinking, service design, creative leadership, disruptive innovation, entrepreneurship, human-centred design, artificial intelligence and healthcare design.
"The course allowed me to immerse myself in creative thinking and learn how to enact positive change within my organisation," said October 2022 participant Jacob Kirk.
"In the new RCA Executive Education spaces, we saw groups of international participants work together to apply design thinking methodologies through practical group work on projects such as world peace, farming, hospital ICU experiences. Through a very hands-on approach, they experienced the incredible value design thinking brings to structuring ideation and innovation to create value," said Design Museum's senior learning partnerships manager Elizabeth Coningsby.
Applications to this course have now closed.
Top image: London Design Museum, taken by Hufton and Crow photography.
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