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Design Thinking: Connecting Innovation and Strategy

Connect strategy with customer-centric innovation.

Already familiar with design thinking?Learn how to bring it back to your team.

The two words that kill any innovation? Prove it.

Roger L. Martin

Design Thinking is a human-centred approach to innovation, one that starts with understanding what customers need. At the Rotman School of Management, we combine the core principles of design with the Playing to Win strategy framework developed by Roger Martin—recently named the world's most influential management thinker.
Our applied three-day Design Thinking program gives you both Rotman’s signature Design Thinking approach and the Playing to Win framework used by Fortune 500 companies world-wide.

Learn by doing.

Ideate, prototype and retest a real-world innovation challenge and truly get comfortable with the framework. Our coaches will be with you every step of the way. 

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This innovative program focuses on understanding what customers need and how meeting those needs can drive business.  

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Three-day program with field research

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Dates:
2019

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Rotman School of Management, Toronto, Ontario

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Participant profile:
Senior managers who need to drive innovation in their organization

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