ExperiencePoint co-founder Greg Warman believes every organization has the ability to innovate if they can awaken the problem-solving capabilities that exist in their people. Greg has spent the past two decades teaching leaders and people at Fortune 500 companies, government agencies and global non-profits how to leverage human-centered thinking to unlock their innovation potential. He’s introduced this mission-critical approach and toolkit to teams at Google, Ford Motor Company, Habitat for Humanity, the U.S. Air Force and many more of the world’s leading and most innovative companies. Greg’s passion for teaching began early in his career. After receiving a Bachelor of Commerce (Honours) from Queen’s University in Canada, he pursued courses in design thinking at Stanford University’s renowned d.School and earned a master’s degree in Learning Design and Technology from its Graduate School of Education. While at Stanford, Greg developed a partnership between ExperiencePoint and IDEO, the celebrated innovation consultancy. Today, ExperiencePoint and IDEO collaborate to bring digitally-driven workshops to innovation-hungry organizations worldwide.
Lead by ExperiencePoint is a live, hands-on and interactive 90-minute workshop by ExperiencePoint, the world’s leading innovation training company specializing in building human-centered design capabilities within a company's core. Lead by ExperiencePoint, one of ExperiencePoint’s newest products, holds the unique and timely ability to empower any leader to successfully lead through innovation and transformation during times of uncertainty and ambiguity.
Participants will be guided through the key skills required to create and maintain a culture of innovation. They will define their own, unique challenge and engage with a series of interactive and mobile-driven activities designed to fortify their skills as an innovation leader.
Innovation can't wait. We look forward to you joining us.
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