SAP University Alliances India together with the support of PSG College of Technology will host a full day workshop on Design Thinking for the students of the college.

This workshop will focus on highlighting the philosophies of Design Thinking and how these can become part of our daily lives helping us solve complex problems. The participants will also understand how important it is to keep the user at the center of the solution building!

Design Thinking at SAP is a major part of our innovation process with our colleagues as well as the customers of SAP. We use the philosophies and processes in Design Thinking actively to find answers to complex problems there by cutting short the time for innovation as well as providing the best in class solution to our customers. In this is workshop the participants will be able to gain understanding of how they can take advantage of Design Thinking to work in their teams and develop solutions best suited for a particular persona. They will gain hands-on understanding of the all the processes involved in a DT process; right from “Understanding the problem” to “creating a prototype”. Please have a look at the agenda below.


Please refer to this sit for a lot of other information on Design Thinkinghttp://scn.sap.com/community/design-thinking


10:00 AM

10:15 AM

0:15

Introduce the agenda

10:15 AM

10:20 AM

0:5

*** Warm-up ***

10:20 AM

10:50 AM

0:30

Round of Introduction

10:50 AM

11:10 AM

0:20

Introduction of Design Thinking

11:10 AM

11:20 AM

0:10

DT presentation ‘Problem space’ (understand – observe – define point of view)

11:20 AM

12:00 PM

0:40

Exercise I ‘Whose life is it?’

12:00 PM

1:00 PM

1:00

Lunch Break

1:00 PM

1:15 PM

0:15

DT presentation ‘Solution space’ (ideate – prototype – test)

1:15 PM

2:05 PM

0:50

Exercise II ‘Define the perfect mobile app for your persona’

2:05 PM

2:25 PM

0:20

Prototype presentation (4 x 5 minutes)

2:25 PM

2:55 PM

0:30

Review and feedback


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