SEPTEMBER 20, 2013
Online Course
Statement of Accomplishment
FRANCISCO DOMíNGUEZ
HAS SUCCESSFULLY COMPLETED, SERVING AS A ...
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Design Thinking Action Lab Product Development Statement of Accomplishment with distinction in Stanford University

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Statement of Accomplishment with distinction on Design thinking.
It is a methodology to define and solve problems in a creative way, with emphasis in really understanding the problems from the perspective of different people. It can be applied to come up with innovative products, services and processes.

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  1. 1. SEPTEMBER 20, 2013 Online Course Statement of Accomplishment FRANCISCO DOMíNGUEZ HAS SUCCESSFULLY COMPLETED, SERVING AS A TEAM LEADER AND WITH DISTINCTION, A FREE ONLINE OFFERING OF DESIGN THINKING ACTION LAB PROVIDED BY STANFORD UNIVERSITY THROUGH NovoEd. Design Thinking Action Lab This six-week experiential course focused on the skills and mindsets of design thinking, a methodology for human-centered creative problem-solving used by companies and organizations to drive a culture of innovation. Leticia Britos Cavagnaro, Deputy Director, National Center for Engineering Pathways to Innovation; Lecturer, Hasso Plattner Institute of Design (d.school) PLEASE NOTE: SOME ONLINE COURSES MAY DRAW ON MATERIAL FROM COURSES TAUGHT ON CAMPUS BUT THEY ARE NOT EQUIVALENT TO ON-CAMPUS COURSES. THIS STATEMENT DOES NOT AFFIRM THAT THIS STUDENT WAS ENROLLED AS A STUDENT AT STANFORD UNIVERSITY IN ANY WAY. IT DOES NOT CONFER A STANFORD UNIVERSITY GRADE, COURSE CREDIT OR DEGREE, AND IT DOES NOT VERIFY THE IDENTITY OF THE STUDENT.
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