Events in San Francisco Bay Area - Ramada Mountain View
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Mountain View, California 55 Fairchild Drive, Mountain View, California 94043
01 - Oct
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Where:SVI HUB, 350 Oakmead Parkway , Second Floor, Sunnyvale, California, United States
Learn about the accelerators and pitfalls of integrating design thinking and a culture of innovation into your organization. Design Thinking is a set of creative problem-solving techniques that are used to discover human-centric, customer-focused solutions to real world problems. As many companies and even industries have found out the hard way, designing innovative products or solutions that address the unmet needs of customers is key to staying relevant in business today. That means design thinking can't be restricted to designers alone - it's for everyone, at every level of an organization and in any industry. You will walk away from this interactive session with a greater understanding of design thinking principles and techniques, and how they can help your organization as well as a tangible artifact to help solve a challenge at your own workplace.  THIS EVENT IS CO-ORGANIZED WITH "TECH FUTURES GROUP". THIS IS A FREE EVENT. HOWEVER, IN ORDER TO ATTEND USE THE LINK BELOW TO REGSITER:  https://nc.ecenterdirect.com/events/45636 (TFG is funded primarily by the Small Business Administration. TFG receives funds from State of California, city governments and etc...) Agenda: 6:30pm-7:00pm Registration, Food and Network 7pm -8pm Presentation  8pm-8:30pm Q&A 8:30pm-9pm Network &Close James Young: James Young has been described as an "engaging, innovative design leader." He's worked in user experience design for more than two decades, and has demonstrated the ability to build a sustainable culture of creativity and teamwork. Along the way, James has partnered with a variety of forward-thinking, industry-leading organizations (such as Apple, Adobe, AOL, Intuit, eBay and Yahoo!) to optimize their user experiences and increase their market share, revenue, and customer loyalty. James teaches creativity at Stanford and at the California College of Arts. James works closely with internal teams and other partners, sharing customer-centric innovation tools that enable pe
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