Creative Problem Solving: Maximising Design Thinking
What you'll learn
- Build your problem solving capability with Design Thinking tools
- Learn a methodology for problem solving
- Download tools for creative thinking
- There are no prerequisites for this course
Thanks for your interest in the Creative Problem Solving on-demand course!
So many of us are facing challenges we haven't encountered or thought about before in these times of a Global Pandemic. It doesn't matter if these problems are big, or small, whether it's:
How can I remain motivated working from home wither other pressures of children and partners?
How can I keep furloughed team members engaged?
How can I manage my daily routine so that I am productive?
What can I do to support my community? And many more
We really want you to be as passionate as us about the behaviours and tools of problem solving so that you can embed it in to your day to day work, and enjoy the benefits of better creativity, and innovation agility to work smarter with a better output.
This course is not about giving you the answers; it's about equipping you with a process, practical tools, mindset and understanding to face your challenges and solve them in a creative way.
As you click through this course, you will find some content is downloadable, usually as a PDF. . Some content is embedded, like youtube videos, and training videos and sometimes there will be quizzes and assessments to help you to reinforce your learning.
You have access to the tools from the course, some stimulus videos and some recommended further reading. But great news! The schedule is:
Creative Problem solving overview
Discovering insights and define
Tools in action video
Coming up with great ideas
Tools in action video
Prototyping and testingTraining videoDownloadable toolsTools in action video QuizNext steps
Taking your creativity to new heights
with The Innovators Profile
Enjoy the stimulus, use the tools, practise, drill and rehearse them until they become part of you!
Who this course is for:
- Perfect for anyone who faces challenges, big or small!
Zac Curtis is Capability Director with The Innovation Beehive, a company which for the last 10 years has been at the forefront of innovation consultancy, to release the creative potential of people at work.
Working with a wide variety of clients from NSG and McDonalds, to Lloyds Bank and Google, he works alongside and inside companies to ensure that their workforce are enabled to deliver effective innovation through a changed mindset. He also works on psychometric projects, leadership, culture, values and other areas to ensure that his clients are reaching their goals creatively and effectively.
With previous experience running his own businesses in the 2000’s, he later became Learning & Development Director with FTSE listed Regus PLC, then HR Director for the same company. Following that, he handled employee performance for the Global media tech company Getty Images.
Despite travelling to many different countries for work, he loves living in the Cotswolds, and in his free time, enjoys polo (horse), dressage, painting, and playing the guitar.