The more team members you enroll in your organization, the more benefits you can acquire. Depending on the number of members enrolled in our courses, you could obtain these benefits:
Become part of the MIT community, the leading institution in the World for Innovation.
Examine the optimal methodology for finding efficient solutions to the complex problems.
Discover the tools, knowledge, and skills on offer to explore, design,test, and prioritize solutions.
How do groundbreaking companies and entrepreneurs successfully build forward-thinking solutions to their problems? Mastering this art of problem-solving comes down to incorporating a design thinking framework that adapts to your personal innovation project.
Decisions for product management
Facilitation & leadership of teams
Prioritization and articulation of solutions
All the participants who successfully complete their program will receive an MIT Professional Education Certificate of Completion, as well as Continuing Education Units (CEUs)*.
To obtain CEUs, complete the accreditation confirmation, which is available at the end of the course. CEUs are calculated for each course based on the number of learning hours.
*The Continuing Education Unit (CEU) is defined as 10 contact hours of ongoing learning to indicate the amount of time they have devoted to a non-credit/non-degree professional development program.
To understand whether or not these CEUs may be applied toward professional certification, licensing requirements, or other required training or continuing education hours, please consult your training department or licensing authority directly.
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Module 1: Identify
To begin, we will gain an overview of the content to be taught throughout this course, becoming familiarized with the methods of MITdesignX, implementing a human-centered approach to complex problem solving, and targeting a need or problem to work on throughout the program.
Module 2: Needs Analysis and Stakeholders
Next, we will understand the need or problem previously identified, understand the stakeholders' position and impact, and assess the scope and urgency of the problem.
Module 3: Envisioning Change and Crafting Solutions
In this module, we will look at how to identify key market segments, envision change, and write an impactful mission and vision statements, thus providing a proactive basis for future work and problem-solving.
Module 4: Engage | Value Creation and User Experience
In this module, you will learn what a Value Proposition is and how to write one in a clear and concise manner. You will create a Customer Journey Map and understand how to leverage it to enhance the overall customer experience.
Module 5: Create | Prototype solution and business model design
In this module, we will be doing a series of exercises to test and create possible solutions to the need or problem we have identified.
Module 6: Develop | Organizational Design and Team Dynamics
After creating our business model, we will explore the best organizational designs to go further, learn how to design innovative team cultures, and learn how to design and promote a team culture in which there is the possibility of development.
Module 7: Implement | Launching and scaling up the solution
In this module, participants will employ a practical process to test and optimize the adaptation of the problem to the solution to take it further. We will learn how to design a brand in agreement with key team members and market drivers and develop a tactical growth plan by leveraging the power of strategic priorities.
Module 8: Expand | Beyond the program
In the final module, we will identify how to grow with strategic priorities, and learn how to develop an action plan for a pilot project.
Founding member of MIT's innovation accelerator DesignX
Executive Director of DesignX, MIT SA+P
This class was very interesting to me because it forced me to look at products, not only their value to the organization, but the efficiency of that product from a lot of different angles. You can look at it from all the angles taught in the class, or you can look at it from a grouping of those angles. And for me it was a highly valuable. It's much more than just the product lines that we have today in our organization.
TODD NATE - Head of Private Wireless Sales, Nokia