Design Thinking for Problem Solving & Strategic Innovation
Robotics & Automation
Why Learn Design Thinking?
“If I had an hour to solve a problem, I’d spend 55 minutes thinking about the problem and 5 minutes thinking about solutions.” Albert Einstein
The 21st century has brought people closer via the ability to communicate in many forms of electronic media. This has led to an accelerated increase in technological innovation that has allowed people, communities and organization to become more connected than ever before. We talk more, share more, and expect more. This disruption has changed the way organizations and people do things – be it solving a problem, making a decision and assessing a situation. In this environment, the traditional ways of running a business just won’t work anymore.
This is why organizations and staff need to pay attention to design thinking. Your ability to adapt design thinking will allow you to solve problems objectively and come up with strategic innovation that serves a pragmatic purpose. With design thinking you can bring about creative solutions to solve complex business problems. In this workshop you will be introduced to design thinking and how you can adapt this to transform your way of solving problems and coming up with innovative strategies that are both workable and productive in nature.
- For beginners and non-technical participants
- R & D researchers, students, managers and supervisors
- This course will bridge to high level courses provided by RACE which ultimately will equip participants with strong skillset for different fields in Robotics and Automation.
Our Esteemed Trainer
Daniel Theyagu is an ACTA-certified corporate trainer, performance evaluator and university lecturer since 1989 and has conducted training for more than 500 organizations with his participants coming from more than 100 countries. He is also an Associate Adult Educator with Institute of Adult Learning. Daniel has designed and delivered customize training program in areas of conflict resolution, negotiation skills, crisis management, leadership, performance management, emotional intelligence, creative thinking, critical thinking, systems thinking, design thinking, speed reading and memory enhancement. Daniel is the author of five books and has written more than 300 articles that have been published in Straits Times and other magazines and journals. Many of his articles are also found at: www.ezine.com/DanielTheyagu. Daniel also regularly conduct radio talk shows with 938 Live (Singapore) and his workshops are featured regularly in the newspapers that attracts wide variety of participants. As a keynote speaker in conferences and seminars, Daniel is well known for his light-hearted and humorous approach to training by using metaphors and parables and engaging his participants actively throughout his training program. His key forte showing participants how to put use the techniques taught during the workshop and measuring the returns on investment.
Daniel is currently an adjunct lecturer with three universities: Singapore Institute of Technology, Nanyang Technological University and Singapore University of Social Sciences.