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Design Thinkers Bootcamp | Design Thinkers Academy London | Lumiere London - The Shoreditch Loft | Segunda, 03. Fevereiro 2020

Explore the design and innovation cycle in five fast-paced days
Our intensive Design Thinkers Bootcamp will give you hands-on Design Thinking tools to innovate in business. Explore the design and innovation cycle in five fast-paced days. You’ll build your knowledge progressively as you work on a real-life challenge. Throughout, our coaches will be there to inspire, support and stretch your thinking. Become a Design Thinker and change the way you work. See what Bootcamp is like >>  Watch a Video 
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4.4/5


99.9%


436 graduates (from DTA london) 


Graduate Companies Include:
Coca Cola, hansgrohe, Michelin, Johnson Matthey, CIPD, BAE Systems, VISA, Richemont, EXUS, HS2, Deutsche Bank, GlaxoSmithKline, Santander, RMB, The Design Museum, Shambala Festival, King Fahad Medical City, Big Society Capital, NHS, Women In Sport



Why Design Thinking?
"Design is too important to be left to designers"To navigate the complexities of advancing technology and increased competition, we need to become more agile and adopt an innovation culture. Design Thinking drives us to look through the eyes of our customers. It provides the connection between creativity and innovation. It gives us a solution-based approach to solving problems. Increasingly being adopted by some of the most successful businesses in the world, Design Thinking opens up new ways of approaching complex problems, enabling companies to serve the needs of users today and in the future.
The Impact of Design Thinking in Business


Design-led companies outperformed the S&P Index by 219% over 10 years


McKinsey studied 300 public companies over 5 years and those that were most skilled at executing design principles achieved 32% more revenue and 52% more total returns to shareholders. 


IBM report showed that teams who used Design Thinking did better user research and thus reduced the product development and testing time by 33%, making savings of up to $1.1M. 




What You'll Learn
From the outset, you’ll learn how to be a Design Thinker, working on a unique, social challenge. By the end of the course, you’ll have the skills, tools and confidence you need to drive change across your business.
Examples of tools you may learn:• Research techniques • Persona • Stakeholder Mapping • Ideation Methods • Opportunity Statement • Customer Journey Map • Business Model Canvas • Concept Proposition • Service Blueprint • Problem Framing • Persuasive Selling • Storyboard Scenario


Who Is It For?
Bootcamp attracts a global mix of leaders and managers from corporates, start-ups, government and the third sector. It has provided the platform for innovation in companies across the world and we have often gone on to work with delegates on their own company projects.
What Do Others Say About The Course?
“As a leader of change projects, I realised it was a powerful way to get people engaged in change” 
Tara Yamashita, VP Group Strategy, BAE Systems
“ Holistically the best immersive training course I’ve attended yet – the thought that went into designing it was evident everywhere. High calibre facilitators and speakers, great practical toolkit and case study to apply them to, meant everyone went away from the course energised and overflowing with ideas to practically implement the Design Thinking principles. I can’t recommend enough! "
Warren Kearney, Director of Business Solutions, BT



The Coaches
Across our courses we work with some of the most renowned, expert coaches in the industry, to help bring their Design Thinking expertise directly to you. 
David Kester
David is co-founder of DK&A and the Design Thinkers Academy London. He is the former CEO of the UK Design Council. 
Becky Rowe
Becky is a research specialist and the owner and Head of Research at the award-winning strategic research agency, Revealing Reality. 
Joe Ferry
Joe is a multi-award winning creative leader and inventor who challenges industry conventions to make a difference. He is a visiting tutor for the Royal College of Art’s MA course in Service Design and served as Head of Design at Virgin Atlantic for 15 years
Arnoud Koning
Arnoud has been driving Design Thinking in Proctor & Gamble since 2008, heading up their global Design Thinking program. 
Clive Grinyer
Clive has led multiple awardwinning design teams around the globe and is the Head of Programme for Service Design at the RCA. 
Goldie Chaudhuri
Goldie is the Learning Designer at Design Thinkers Academy London and was a visiting tutor at the RCA and Dyson School of Engineering. Most recently, Goldie has been a Designer-in-Residence with the Institute of Imagination after spending 7 years at Microsoft.
Rachel Smith
Rachel is the founder of visual consultancy and training academy, Eye-Think and a designer, facilitator and illustrator for innovation.


FAQs
Do you accept international delegates?
Yes! Roughly 54% of our delegates usually come from outside of the UK. We can support with writing visa letters to confirm your training if needed.
Are tickets refundable?
Tickets are refundable with more than 60 days notice. After this we offer a sliding scale of refund. There are also options to transfer to other dates or to transfer your ticket to a colleague.

Does DTA London provide food?A light breakfast, delicious lunch and snacks are provided everyday. We will also be offering a special meal one day during the week. If you book onto any of our courses we will contact you to discuss nutirtional requirements.

What happens after I book?
Shanna, our Customer Relationship coordinator will be in touch. You will all receive a welcome pack with everything you need to know. 

How can I contact the organiser with any questions?
Please feel free to get in touch with our Customer Relationship Coordinator, Shanna to ask any questions. You can  contact her at shanna@

Do I have to bring my printed ticket to the event?
No this is not necessary.

Is my registration fee or ticket transferrable?
You may transfer your ticket to a colleague (there is a small administration fee).