Slator Design Thinking Webinar | Video On Demand

This webinar has been rated by 67% of June 2020 attendees as “Very Valuable” or “Extremely Valuable”. Moreover, 85% of the attendees found the webinar “Very Good” or “Excellent” in its entirety and would recommend it to peers and colleagues.

Here are some of the comments received from previous attendees:

“The webinar was great!”
“Very interesting topic!”
“Will bring new ideas to our leadership team.”
“I think it will help me in redesigning the production.”

About Chris Elkin

Slator Design Thinking webinar is presented by Chris Elkin, Founder of Doodle Brands, a LUMA Institute, Senior Instructor in Design Thinking and UK Chartered Marketer, as well as a regular lecturer at RMIT University.  Chris brings deep experience helping people to innovate through Design Thinking training, facilitating and ‘doodling’. He frequently leads multidisciplinary teams in planning, executing and evaluating design-thinking-led brand, product, packaging, service and marketing innovation. He regularly instructs and facilitates Design Thinking across Asia Pacific and also donates his time speaking, mentoring and volunteering to help everyone be more human-centric and innovative.

Register now[1] to watch Slator Design Thinking webinar for USD 75.00 at your own pace. This Video On Demand webinar will now be available to Slator audience as of 1 December, 2020.

Contact Andrew Smart[2] if you’d like more information or to explore an exclusive 3-session training program for just your team and tailored to your company’s specific challenges.

References

  1. ^ Register now (vimeo.com)
  2. ^ Andrew Smart (slator.com)

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