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Design Thinking for Crisis and Disruption: A Virtual Theatre Immersive Learning Experience

Developing a design mindset for the next normal

In times of crisis and disruption, developing a design mindset that optimizes the principles and practices of design thinking to solve BHAPs (Big, Hairy, Audacious Problems) is a key capability for surviving and thriving through Covid-19 and beyond.

The D-VUCAD context within which we live and work requires design thinkers who are collaborators, believers, care about others and make them feel safe, and are able to empathize despite all the noise, also synthesize into the actual insight.

Developing a design thinking mindset helps us focus on how to look at the challenges around us and it also lets us adapt to the process of being more human-centered and open to the right direction – toward innovation.

You will be immersed as a cast member in a live virtual theatre for a day, designing your theatre production with your cast that will be broadcast with other cast productions on the morning of day two. You will receive feedback from your audience and the theatre team.

As a registered student in the Business School, you will gain access to our interactive online portal where you will learn, or enhance, new digital skills required to stay relevant in today’s tech-driven world.

Course Fees

  • Duration: 20 hours of virtual classroom learning
  • ID: Design Thinking for Crisis and Disruption: A virtual theatre immersive learning experience

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