d.school comes to Tokyo Tech again in this year! Cross Border Entrepreneur Cultivating Program (CBEC) and Academy for Global Leadership(AGL) are pleased to announce a special lecture about "Deeping the Practice of Design" by leading tutors from Stanford University's d.school.
Most people are introduced to design thinking via "the process" or "a process" -- the steps and procedure of using the design approach to problem-solving. This is very useful in many ways, however we believe a deeper practice and mindset are necessary to have the most success using design thinking. In other words, beyond the design process, a designerly way of being is also needed. This is true for an individual, a team, and a company/organization. The LECTURE aims to discuss some of these 'designerly ways' and various aspects of design thinking that go beyond process.
In the meantime, all participants to the follloing workshop of "Design Challenge" are being requested to join the LECTURE as well.
✔ Although anybody can be registered, please note the registrations enrolled by the students and tutors who are concerning both EDGE program and Program for Leading Graduate School will be prior to those of others by considering the nature of this LECTURE. If the number of registration excesses the limit, the enrollment will be selected. For such the people who cannot join this LECTURE, notice will be dispatched to the people by e-mail.
✔ Due date for this registration should be reached to us by 13/Mar(Mon) ⇒Deadline extended!
✔ If you want to join the lecture, please apply from following；
【Details of the lecture】
(1) Date and Time：
14/Mar (Tue) 18:00-20:00
Tokyo Tech, O-okayama Campus, West Building 9, Digital Multi-purpose Hall
Deepening the Practice of Design
Thomas Both, Scott Witthoft, David Janka, the d.school
Students, Tutors, Staffs, Enterprises, Governmental bodies
(6) Max Attendaces：
(8) Attending Fee：
The d.school, Hasso Plattner Institute of Design at Stanford, is a hub for innovators at Stanford and was established in 2005. A lot of attention has been focused in the d.school, as the school for learning and executing "design thinking" to produce creative products and services.http://d.school.stanford.edu/
(1) Thomas Both:
Curriculum and Experience Lead. Thomas is a graduate of the Stanford Design Master's Program and brings with him on human-centered design.
(2) Scott Witthoft:
d.school D'arbeloff fellow 2008-2009 & lecturer. Scott is a co^author of "Make Space", a book of "how to set the stage for creative collaboration. He studied civil engineering at Washington Univ.
(3) David Janka:
Lecturer. d.school Levinthal fellow 2011-2012. After graduating medical school, he joined d.school full-time as a fellow, working to integrate design thinking principles into medical education, healthcare delivery, medical device design and global health practice.
✔ NOTE："Design Challenge", a full 2-days workshop, will be held on 15-16/March (Wed & Thu) separately from this Lecture. Around 45 students including AGL members will join the workshop.