|15 Oct - 16 October 2018||9:00am - 6:00pm|
|Malaysia Room (2nd Floor, MaGIC) View map|
|Admission RM424 (Early bird price)|
Design Sprints are short, action-oriented work processes where multi-functional teams make sense of market, business needs and quickly co-create and prototype solution concepts that gets tested with real users.
This methodology is proven to power up solutions, service design and product development processes whilst reducing costs of development, rework and, fast tracking speed to market and market validation.
The course is suitable for students, startups, C-Suite professionals, employees in GLCs, MNCs and SMEs, as well as anyone who is interested to learn the process of Product Development, how to start, and how to Validate ideas through User Testing.
The program covers the following modules:
Join this 2-day ’Design Sprint Application’ intermediate course to learn more about how to build zero cost, clickable prototypes plus how to validate using user testing.
The course will explain how and why organisations and startups adopt sprints, lets you learn more about the journey of Product Development + Sprint, and introduce you to the five steps of a Design Sprint.
By the end of this programme, participants will be able to:
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Kindly note that we do not provide invoices to corporate on the early bird pricing. Companies that requires invoices will be required to pay the FULL PRICE of the course.
Axle, a graduate of John Hopkins University, has spent the last 16 years working in the entrepreneurship, innovation and strategy field. He had an exciting career working in the first two Obama presidential campaigns, and then on entrepreneurship and innovation projects with the United States Department of Energy.
After attaining his Master’s in Design Strategy through the Open Master’s, he turned down job opportunities at the White House and decided to pursue an 18-month research sabbatical in South East Asia to explore the question: “How can a business generate happiness and reduce suffering in the world?” Now at Human Inc, he works as a Design Lead, specifically focused on strategic Research & Development (R&D), business development and workshop facilitation. Clients trained include bankers at CIMB, senior management at ING, middle managers at Singapore Airlines, Audit department Alliance Bank, startups at MaGIC, operations at Heineken Malaysia, emergent leaders at UEM.
Chris has 20 years of experience in the fields of innovation, entrepreneurship and facilitation of change and is a sought-for keynote speaker and process facilitator.
As a senior process consultant he has led and delivered large change management and innovation projects in Europe & South East Asia working in industries such as banking, insurance, fintech, IT/Tech, logistics, aviation, government and startup ecosystem etc.
Chris studied youth culture at SDU in Denmark and is a certified Systemic and Narrative Coach from DISPUK in Denmark and a certified GrowthWheel Business Advisor & Master Trainer.
He believes in the power of humanising business and applying human- centered design practices to build better products, services and experiences that solve problems users care about
At Human INC he supports companies in boosting learning, culture and innovation. Courses include Design Thinking for Non-Designers, Creative Leadership, Leading Innovation and Agile Projects.
Chris is a huge music lover (Jazz to Techno) and still DeeJays occasionally at select events.
Brittnee is a successful and sought-after business consultant working extensively in the coworking and coliving industry. She specialises in bringing the industry’s “”secret sauce”” into corporations and helping their teams and culture incorporate a more dynamic and flexible approach to work; creating more fulfilled employees and productive outcomes.
From founder, cofounder, manager, consultant, strategist and transition specialist, Brittnee has experienced all facets of starting and managing businesses. She has 6 years in corporate law (USA) and extensive training in facilitation for design thinking. Brittnee wants to change the culture around how we work and how we think about work through creative leadership. She’s facilitated all types of sessions, from large conferences, business masterminds to women’s entrepreneurship retreats and accelerator programs.
Her free time is spent volunteering in sustainable impact projects with local NGOs in developing countries, and building out women entrepreneurship groups in the countries she travels through.