Synopsis: Design Thinking: The Power of Prototyping
Design Thinking is a human - centered approach to problem-solving that has gained popularity in recent years. It has the ability to help organisations develop innovative solutions to complex challenges. One crucial stage in Design Thinking is the process of prototyping, which involves creating tangible models of potential solutions in order to test and refine them before final implementation.In this webinar, we will explore the power of prototyping in Design Thinking and how it can drive innovation and success for organisations. We will cover the following topics:
1.Introduction to Design Thinking: We will provide a brief overview of the Design Thinking approach and how it differs from traditional problem-solving methods.
2.Prototyping in Design Thinking: We will discuss the importance of prototyping in the Design Thinking process, how it works, and the different types of prototypes that can be created.
3.Benefits of Prototyping: We will explore the many benefits of prototyping, including how it can help organisations save time and money, identify potential problems before implementation, and improve the overall quality of solutions.
4.Best Practices for Prototyping: We will provide tips and best practices for creating effective prototypes, including how stakeholders’ involvement in the process, and how to test and iterate these prototypes.
5.Case Studies: We will showcase real-world examples of how organisations have successfully used prototyping in Design Thinking to drive innovation and achieve success.
Mr Tan Jit Hong, Samuel
Associate Adult Educator, Adult Education Professionalisation (AEP), Institute of Adult Learning
Bachelor of Arts (Psychology), National University of Singapore
Certified LUMA Practitioner
Executive Entrepreneurship Programme for Entrepreneurship Educators, Babson College
Advance Certificate in Training & Assessment
Certified NLP Master Practitioner
Profile/ Areas of Interest:
Samuel loves everything Design Thinking. He has been teaching and developing learning materials in Design Thinking courses and other Innovation and Enterprise programmes since 2007. He had also led a team of 30 lecturers in running a hackathon through Design Thinking.
Samuel also runs corporate Design Thinking courses for adults. He also consults and give talks to governmental agencies, private corporations (MNCs & SMEs), institutions and NGOs.
Samuel has vast interests and experiences in the fields of Innovation and Psychology. During his stint at the Ministry of Defence, Samuel consulted senior management leaders on change management and transformation, particularly on the set-up of an innovative culture within organisations.
Prior to joining MINDEF, Samuel worked with children with special needs as an educational-behavioural therapist. His experiences with Autistic, and Down Syndrome kids have strengthened his belief that every child is special and unique individual who does wonders and performs miracles.
Mr Ong Su Kit
Bachelor of Arts (Mathematics and Economics), National University of Singapore
Post graduate diploma in Education, National Institute of Education Advance Certificate in Training & Assessment Certified NLP PractitionerProfile/ Areas of Interest:
Su Kit has been teaching and developing Mathematics modules both in secondary and polytechnic levels since 2005. One of the modules that he taught was Mathematics for Engineers. Su Kit is currently training students in the area of Design Thinking and is also engaged in training corporate clients in Data Analytics.
Date: Wednesday, 17 May 2023
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Meeting ID: 964 9686 4849
Topic: The Power of Prototyping
主讲人：Mr Tan Jit Hong, Samuel & Mr Ong Su Kit