Are you challenged to generate fresh solutions to complex corporate responsibility, business and social problems? Would you like to unleash new ideas from your internal and external teams?
Nikki Korn and Mark Feldman’s keynote address and hands-on workshop at the B:CIVIC Summit on corporate responsibility challenges over 250 corporate executives to think in fresh ways to address local, national and global social challenges.
Their Keynote shares how companies and social impact leaders are applying the power of Human-Centered Design Thinking practices to drive creativity, innovation and fresh brainstorming within their organizations and among partners. They introduce the concept, de-mystify the process, provide tangible marketplace examples, and inspire attendees to experiment within their companies.
During a highly interactive 90-minute Design Thinking Workshop following the keynote, participants roll up their sleeves in an abridged Design Thinking session, learning how to help their stakeholders walk in the shoes of the people their social impact programs seek to support, re-articulate root problem statements, and craft action-oriented solutions.
B:CIVIC is the leading organization promoting and advancing business philanthropy and community involvement for the betterment of communities across the state of Colorado. http://www.bcivic.org/. The 2017 B:CIVIC Summit is on Tuesday, November 14 at the National Western Center in Denver.