UNESCO World Heritage Site reminds you of Italian monuments or sculptures from some other famous places that you may have been to. Design Thinking Workshop reminds you of a closed room with sticky notes in various colors with people crowding around a chart. What do you get when you combine these two ideas? Design Thinking workshop at a UNESCO World Heritage Site, Ellora caves, near Aurangabad. Thanks largely to professors and students from PES College of Engineering, Aurangabad, a Design Thinking workshop at Ellora caves became a reality.
I am very happy to announce to you that the book Karmic Design Thinking is available.
Thank you for your continued support throughout these years.
Dr. Srinivas Chirravuri and Gautam Goenka, are seasoned facilitators from GE Crotonville, the learning bastion of GE. In these times of online meetings and webinars, Dr. Srinivas, or Ch as he prefers to be addressed, and Gautam have thought of a series of enlightening topics. One of the topics they had chosen for such a session was Design Thinking. Ch reached out to me and from the outset, we wanted the talk to be a bit different from other webinars that I had given in the past.
On 13th Aug, 2020, I interacted with students from the Ajeenkya D Y Patil University, Pune. The talk is part of a Start to Scale talk series to help students scale up their business idea. In my opinion, design thinking will go a long way in helping early stage startups in understanding their customers.
Let me tell you two startup stories: Quick Fire, Slow Burn and Quick Try, Sure Improve.
Title From an Idea to a Novel: A Write-A-Thon
Subtitle: Develop an idea into a framework for a novel
Venue: Online (Zoom)
Date&Time: Tuesday, Aug 18, 10 am to 4 pm (1-2pm - Lunch break)
Fees: Free (if you request politely, we may you give you a 10% discount :-p)
Workshop Facilitator: Bala Ramadurai
Register here - https://www.meetup.com/Pune-Writers-Group/events/272502914/