Design Thinking Online é seu passaporte para a inovação.
É um programa para aumentar o potencial criativo e de inovação de pessoas, equipes e organizações, pois oferece técnicas e ferramentas de design e estimula o desenvolvimento de atitudes para a inovação e habilidades do futuro. Este curso incentiva o participante a empatizar com seus clientes, descobrir suas reais necessidades e testar sua ideia por meio de experimentos rápidos durante o processo.
A abordagem do Design Thinking tem sido usada para inovar e gerar valor para os negócios e organizações de diferentes setores (público, privado e social). É um método criativo de resolução de problemas que tem sido aplicado para minimizar os riscos e custos da inovação, criar uma estratégia centrada no usuário, projetar melhores soluções e encantar e reter clientes.
Design Thinking é a abordagem que está revolucionando os mercados, conciliando o que é tecnicamente disruptivo, financeiramente viável e desejável pelas pessoas.
Ricardo Ruffo, co-fundador e CEO do Laboratório de Inovação da Echos
o que você vai aprender
Neste curso, você será convidado a fazer um projeto de inovação completo, passando por todas as fases do Design Thinking: identificação das necessidades e percepções de usuários e clientes, geração de ideias e teste de soluções com usuários reais usando protótipos. Ao final deste curso, você será capaz de:
Compreender melhor como aplicar a abordagem do de Design Thinking para inovar e criar valor real para seus clientes ou usuários;
Desenvolver uma mentalidade e as habilidades fundamentais para se tornar uma pessoa inovadora: empatia, criatividade e experimentação.
Desenvolver protótipos para testar sua solução e reduzir o risco associado a novas ideias;
Usar técnicas que ajudam você a colocar o usuário no centro das decisões de sua organização;
Fazer pesquisas qualitativas para descobrir necessidades não atendidas de clientes e usuários;
a experiência de aprendizagem
Nossa experiência de aprendizagem é baseada no aprender compartilhando e aprender fazendo. É uma abordagem prática de aprendizagem na qual você vivenciará este ciclo:
aprenda o conceito
aprenda com vídeo aulas gravadas por especialistas de design
estudos de caso
inspire-se em estudos de caso do mundo real
aprofunde com recomendações de livros e filmes
aplique o conceito
pratique com as atividades propostas
aprenda a usar ferramentas de design e aplicá-las em seus projetos
projeto do mundo real
aplique seus conhecimentos em um projeto prático
compartilhar, refletir & evoluir
faça parte de uma comunidade de inovadores, compartilhe seus aprendizados e interaja com outros participantes
veja o que eles falam
Laura Camilo, Empreendedora
Para mim o curso foi a abertura de um novo mundo, foi como abrir minha mente para novas ideias que estavam ali e eu não podia enxergar. Os novos conhecimentos trouxeram visão para soluções e para uma realidade totalmente nova.
Ana Luiza, Executiva de Contas na Index Assessoria
Estou achando o curso incrível! A forma de descobrir os conceitos na prática é muito diferente de tudo que já imaginei em relação a um curso online.
Paulo Sarto Neto, Co-Founder Up Makers
Foi uma experiência bem enriquecedora e muito proveitosa. A dinâmica e didática do curso, mesmo sendo 100% digital, foi muito favorável ao aprendizado. Conteúdo de alto nível e que certamente fará diferença em minha vida profissional.
Especialista Sênior de Marketing New Business, Ajinomoto
O curso Design Thinking é muito completo, didático e efetivo. A construção das ideias e aplicações das ferramentas, matriz, mapas são claros. O curso é fluÍdo, com conteúdos atuais e muitas referências interessantes.
Larissa Ramos Oliveira Santos - Criadora de Imagens na Ong Associação Vida Jovem.
O curso abriu meus olhos para diversos processos e ideias que podemos utilizar em nossas empresas para impactar o mundo. Os conteúdos são extremamente detalhados e completos. Os vídeos e profissionais são incríveis!
Armando Falcão, Assessor Técnico em Recursos Humanos - Dataprev
O curso é maravilhoso, muito completo, com a apresentação de diversos cases, leituras complementares, indicações de livros, vídeos e aulas dadas por quem realmente entende do assunto. Com o curso é possível, de fato, aprender sobre Design Thinking, suas fases e aplicabilidade, com muitos insights e provocações ao longo da jornada de aprendizagem!
Liliene dos Santos Silva - Yandeh
Minha jornada com vocês fez com que eu praticasse a parte teórica de um Design Thinking. Trabalho na Yandeh uma empresa voltada para o varejo alimentÍcio. Antes de conhecer esse método não conseguia entender porque "eu" que sou da área comercial precisava aplicar pesquisas, apresentar um protótipo (mesmo que no Excel), entender as dores, dar novas ideias e efetivamente participar da construção de uma ideia inovadora. Aprendi a ser mais ágil e a me colocar cada vez mais no lugar do meu cliente. Obrigada por tanto Equipe Echos!
aprenda com experts
O curso é inteiramente elaborado e apresentado por profissionais experientes em Design Thinking.
Design Thinker Lead
Head de Experiência de Aprendizagem
Fundadora e Chief Design Officer da Echos
Fundador e CEO Global da Echos
Coordenadora do Curso
para quem é este curso
O Design Thinking pode ser aplicado em diferentes setores (público, privado e ONGs). Este curso é altamente recomendado para:
Para quem quer iniciar sua carreira em inovação e ganhar visão geral dos processos de geração de valor pelo design
Empreendedores e intraempreendedores que buscam criar organizações focadas nas necessidades dos seus clientes
Profissionais em transição de carreira que estão buscando conhecer novas metodologias para sua jornada profissional
Para quem quer conhecer design thinking e suas ferramentas básicas
Consultores ou facilitadores de processos de inovação
Equipes que querem inovar radicalmente
Equipes que desejam aplicar o design thinking em sua rotina
Equipes ou organizações que desejam fomentar uma cultura de inovação
Equipes de P&D
Temos descontos especiais para grupos.
Contacte-nos em email@example.com para saber mais sobre esta oferta
Recomendamos realizar este curso com sua equipe para alinhar melhor seu grupo com a mentalidade do design e formar uma equipe de alto desempenho: mais adaptável, centrada no cliente, colaborativa, criativa e resiliente. Essa também é uma ótima estratégia para organizações que desejam desenvolver uma cultura de inovação em suas equipes.
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A Echos é um laboratório de futuros desejáveis orientado pelo design.
Design é a nova liderança. Ela oferece uma abordagem completa e prática para a inovação e é fundamental para organizações bem-sucedidas. Ao invés de prever o futuro, especulamos, projetamos e ajudamos a ativar futuros estratégicos desejáveis. Nossa abordagem combina as melhores estratégias de negócios, futurismo e tecnologias emergentes com o melhor design centrado no ser humano, a partir de uma perspectiva ética e inclusiva na construção de novas possibilidades para o futuro.
Usamos a tecnologia para unir o mundo digital e o mundo físico para fornecer experiências interativas únicas e harmoniosas para o usuário.
A Echos oferece uma resposta completa ao campo da inovação e do design. No laboratório, fazemos parcerias com diferentes indústrias e organizações para fomentar a inovação, transformar realidades e projetar produtos e serviços centrados no ser humano.
Na Echos School, ensinamos inovação e design na prática, formando os próximos inovadores e ajudando os líderes a se destacarem.
Boas vindas à Echos, e venha junto para criar um futuro desejável e diversificado para todos.
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