Observations to Insights

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CH

Apr 17, 2021

Probably the hardest so far of the Org Leadership Specialization, but in a good way. This course really stretched me and gave me skills I can use with any job.

VP

Dec 16, 2022

The tasks are short but are tedious. (Tbh, I spent days avoiding to finish this course 😂). Nevertheless, I have learned a lot from the course. 5/5.

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Using Design Principles to Innovate and Find Opportunities

You will learn that the first step in the design process is finding opportunities. Human-centered designers do so by immersing themselves in a particular user context to identify areas of focus for design innovation.

Taught By

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    Elizabeth Gerber

    Associate Professor, Co-director of the Research Cluster at the Segal Design Institute

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    Pam Daniels

    Clinical Assistant Professor, Design Innovator in Residence

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    Ed Colgate

    Allen and Johnnie Breed University Design Professor, Professor of Mechanical Engineering, Director of the Engineering Design and Innovation Masters Program at the Segal Design Institute

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    Greg Holderfield

    Pentair - D. Eugene and Bonnie L. Nugent Clinical Associate Professor of Design, Director of the Segal Design Institute, Co-Director of the MMM Program

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