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DMI has shown that companies that put design at the core of their strategy outperform the market by a significant margin. Building your design capability starts with professional education workshops that:

  • Teach methodologies and frameworks that you can use immediately.
  • Introduce actionable tools and frameworks to take back to your team.
  • Draw on best-in-class learning from contemporary business cases.
  • Create long-term professional impact and grow your network.

Choose from a series of interactive dmi:Workshops.  

The Future of Design: Designer's Skills, Tools & Technologies for the Future

How can we identify the relevant new technologies, societal demands, cultural shifts, and world issues in order to design successful products, services, and experiences for the future? And how can expand data gathering help ensure viability? 
  
This workshop will help teams engaged in product or service development, understand the risks and opportunities involved in new product development in international or U.S. markets. Learn new ways of thinking about products and services in the future. Read More and Register


September 15, 2019
Boston, MA

Business Model and Strategic Innovation Tools

Learn from 2018 dmi:Design Value Award Winners Business Models Inc. in this hands-on workshop for Design and Innovation Leaders. Learn to use vital communications tools such as Lean Startup Thinking, the Business Model, Value Proposition, Vision, and Context Canvases, and the Customer Journey Map. These visual tools and design thinking techniques make complex issues, strategy, and innovation understandable. They help to create a common language and engagement in the organization, and make it possible to design a new strategy for the future - together. Read More and Register


September 18, 2019
Boston, MA

Communicating the Value & Strategic Relevance of Design

Learn how to effectively convey the value and strategic relevance of Design within your organization. Dr. Brown, the Academic Director of the Innovation & Entrepreneurship Program and Executive Director of the Shoemaker Innovation Center at Indiana University consults with global organizations, helping design leaders attain a seat at the strategic decision-making table. Read More and Register


October 4, 2019
Boston, MA

Innovation Tools & Processes

A key ingredient of successful innovation is the proven practice of Human-Centered Design—the discipline of developing solutions in the service of people. This interactive workshop introduces the LUMA System of Innovation, a framework to help you choose the best tool for each step of the innovation process. Featured in the Harvard Business Review as a "Taxonomy of Innovation," it is a versatile system that takes into account the people you are designing for, and the complexity of the systems in which you operate. Read More

 

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