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Design thinking is a human-centered approach to defining, investigating and solving complex problems. It refers to a systematic process for structuring a problem, gathering information, and generating creative alternatives or solutions. Design thinking originated in engineering and design settings but has quickly become a highly valued training tool across a range of industries including business, healthcare, education and others.
In this session, participants will learn the phases of the human-centered design thinking process which are: empathize, define, ideate, prototype, and test. Participants will also learn the essential tools and mindsets needed to arrive at innovative solutions through a sample of videos, activities, and applications in Human Resources.
Submitted for HRCI and SRHM CE credits
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Presented by Mikayla Locke
Human Resources Generalist, Bryant University
Mikayla Locke is currently employed as a Human Resources Generalist at Bryant University. In addition to her HR role, Mikayla is also the Assistant Director of the University’s Innovation and Design Experience for All (IDEA) Program. As part of Bryant’s IDEA Program Leadership Team, Mikayla helps drive the signature Design Thinking program for all Bryant first year students. Since its inception, the IDEA Program has provided design-thinking training to nearly 9,000 undergraduates. Mikayla is passionate about mentoring and teaching others how to adopt the human-centered design thinking process to tackle problems and generate creative solutions.
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