May 21st: 9 am - 12 pm EDT
Sponsored by PEGA
This bootcamp helps you apply design thinking to a specific innovation challenge you’re facing during a half-day of fast-paced and immersive activities. During this session, our Design Thinking Master Facilitators guide you through framing your innovation challenge, observing customers, brainstorming disruptive ideas, and designing rapid experiments.
This interactive bootcamp includes exclusive content from the Edison Award-winning “Experience Innovation”methodology, designed by our partners at IDEO and ExperiencePoint.
- Apply design thinking practices to tackle most pressing digital innovation challenges
- Establish a common language for designing customer-centered solutions
- 30 – 40 solution ideas that address your most pressing innovation challenges
- Build rapid prototypes to quickly validate your highest impact ideas
- Design Thinking digital certificate to post to your professional network
- One month of complimentary follow-up one-on-one coaching and mentoring
- On-line access to exclusive design thinking and digital innovation resources
Clay is the co-founder of Digital FastForward. He has spent most of his career helping leaders build and execute strategies around new disruptive technologies. Formerly with Forrester Research, a leading market research firm, Clay oversaw research and client advisory projects focused on digital innovation, digital automation, Design Thinking, and Lean Startup practices. Clay is a frequent keynote speaker at digital innovation events and conferences.
Comes to Digital FastForward from Gartner Inc where he worked with Finance and Real estate executives as a client partner to help them apply Gartner research to support their organizational priorities. He previously worked briefly for CEB, before they were acquired by Gartner, selling their middle market offering to finance and IT solutions. Before Gartner and CEB he worked as a commercial real estate analyst in the DC market. Brad received his MBA from American University’s Kogod School of Business and his BS University of Maryland School of Public Health.
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