Natalia Pazzaglia - 3rd novembre 2014 - 20 commenti
Venerdì 7 Novembre alle ore 18.30 ospiteremo a Impact Hub Roma un workshop interattivo in lingua inglese sul Design Thinking for Social Innovation, aperto a tutti quelli che vogliono fare innovazione sociale attraverso il metodo del Design Thinking.
Sarà un’occasione unica per incontrare Max Oliva, Co-Fondatore di Impact Hub Network, Impact Hub Madrid e TeamLabs, Professore di Social Innovation e Direttore di Social Impact Management presso la IE Business School.
Queste le sfide su cui ci si concentrerà:
– How might we provide drinkable water to low income rural communities?
– How might we provide premature baby incubation solutions for the Base of the Pyramid?
– How might we create a process and culture which enables innovation to be at the core of our organization, be it from a social enterprise, a responsible business or a cross collaboration with unlikely allies?
We need to re-imagine, re-invent and re-design the way that we do business, the way in which we create and deliver value. Design is too important to be left to designers alone.
During this workshop, you will learn the key concepts of Design Thinking with a focus on social innovation, experimenting with collective creativity, and practicing with key tools to apply in future social challenges. Design thinking you can learn at a workshop; it takes a lifetime to master it.
Max Oliva is co-founder of Impact Hub Network, Impact Hub Madrid and TeamLabs, and serves as Director of Impact Hub Madrid. Max is also Professor of Social Innovation and Director of Social Impact Management at IE Business School. During his management, IE has been distinguished by the Aspen Institute as the 1st business school in Europe and 3rd worldwide in integrating social and environmental impact into their MBA programs. Max has been sharing co-learning experiences in +20 countries for +10 years with Aiesec, TeamAcademy, KaosPilot, Stanford d.school, St. Gallen University and other incredible organizations. Max is a design thinking practitioner, a social entrepreneur on the making and a firm believer that together, ordinary people can do extraordinary things.
Il workshop è aperto a tutti, fino ad esaurimento posti!
Vi aspettiamo venerdì 7 alle ore 1830 in Viale Scalo San Lorenzo 67!