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From the course by Northwestern University
Leadership Through Design Innovation
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Northwestern University

Leadership Through Design Innovation

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Course 5 of 6 in the Specialization Organizational Leadership
From the lesson
Using Design Principles to Innovate and Find Opportunities
You will learn that the first step in the design process is finding opportunities. Human-centered designers do so by immersing themselves in a particular user context to identify areas of focus for design innovation.

Meet the Instructors

  • Elizabeth Gerber
    Elizabeth Gerber
    Associate Professor, Co-director of the Research Cluster at the Segal Design Institute
    McCormick School of Engineering and Applied Science (Segal Design Institute), School of Communication, Kellogg School of Management (by courtesy), School of Education and Social Policy (by courtesy)
  • Pam Daniels
    Pam Daniels
    Clinical Assistant Professor, Design Innovator in Residence
    McCormick School of Engineering and Applied Sciences (Segal Design Institute)
  • Ed Colgate
    Ed Colgate
    Allen and Johnnie Breed University Design Professor, Professor of Mechanical Engineering, Director of the Engineering Design and Innovation Masters Program at the Segal Design Institute
    McCormick School of Engineering and Applied Science
  • Greg Holderfield
    Greg Holderfield
    Pentair - D. Eugene and Bonnie L. Nugent Clinical Associate Professor of Design, Director of the Segal Design Institute, Co-Director of the MMM Program
    McCormick School of Engineering and Applied Science (Segal Design Institute)