Part of the BU Alumni Association’s DRIVE Change series
Date: Wednesday 2 March 2022
Location: Online (via Zoom)
About the workshop:
This interactive session will allow you to explore the Design Thinking process and understand how to apply a people-centred approach when solving complex problems and challenges. By the end of the session, you will gain a deeper understanding of design thinking and how it can positively affect your professional life.
Who is it for?
BU graduates, current students and staff
About the speaker: Nathaniel Hawley, Co-founder of Divergent Thinking, Director of Engagement at Forbes Ignite, neurodiversity expert and advocate for diversity of thought.
Nat is a Pride of Britain award nominee, #BU30under30 list-maker and has been recognised by HRH, The Prince of Wales for international fundraising and public speaking for the rights of people with disabilities. Divergent Thinking offers a diverse range of interactive workshops designed to help people harness their creative potential and explore your different ways of thinking.
Join us to:
Learn the design thinking process and understand how to apply each principle
Learn how to cultivate empathy
Understand how design thinking can benefit you professionally
Understand how to identify and frame problems
Learn how to effectively improve ideation and prototyping
Discover how to work collaboratively to generate creative solutions to problems