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Do you work for a nonprofit or in the social sector? Are you struggling to solve the problems and meet the needs of the people you serve? Come learn more about how design thinking, a human-centered approach to problem solving, can help you truly understand an issue, generate ideas worth testing and iterate to find solutions that make a real difference. Through global stories from areas as diverse as government, health care, and education, we’ll show you the tools, techniques and mindset needed to use design thinking to uncover new and creative solutions in the social sector. The development of this course was supported by the Batten Institute for Entrepreneurship and Innovation at the University of Virginia's Darden School of Business. For more about the Batten Institute, see: @BattenInstitute @DesignatDarden...

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par Maria E d D

Mar 04, 2018

The course isn’t bad but I didn’t find it engaging or practical enough. Examples ran too long, I prefer courses that are more practical in nature.

par Amy C

Sep 10, 2018

It seems minimal effort was put into making this into a course separate and built on the book this course is based on. Other than videos, there are no other materials except a short useless excerpt from the book - no accompanying handouts, nothing put into a nice table or graph or anything to take away. I guess they're just trying to get you to buy the book.

par Kwame K A

Jan 22, 2019

It is a great course that helps you rethink your idea of what a problem is by asking more questions about it. Course could do with more practical examples but a great course nonetheless

par margherita v

Nov 26, 2018

much needed to implement my cv! Thanks!

par Nastassja Q

Jun 18, 2018

Great course!

par Ramakrishnan V

Apr 20, 2018

Well structured and great flow.

par Vijila E

Jan 31, 2018

Enjoyed learning the course

par Kalpesh B R

Jan 03, 2018

Super Awesome. The course is amazing and at the same time inspiring. Looking forward to pick up projects in the social sector for goals that are larger than life. Looking forward for continuous guidance and assistance to make a difference in the community and humanity.

par José L P C

May 11, 2019

Excellent course and all the new knowledge that i learnt

par Tania B

May 21, 2019

Finished the videos and it was an excellent course

par Shreyaa D

Apr 23, 2018

Great course, super insightful case studies and the weeks were spaced out into very manageable chunks.

par Carmen P S

Apr 24, 2018

It is a good course for a general understanding about design thinking principles and it process

par Sarah

Mar 26, 2018

Loved the content. It was nice to have the option to read along with the videos. Good real-world examples of design thinking in action. Some of the videos felt like there could have been more value-added in terms of visuals.

par Sara H

Feb 01, 2018

Super good to navigate, even in an audit situation.

par Kapil O

Dec 06, 2017

It will be useful if the course can be extended for few more weeks to introduce few more tools and case studies. It was a great learning experience any how. Thanks a lot.

par Gregory C E

Mar 02, 2018

Though a good course, much of the content might appear obvious to anyone who has worked in the non-profit sector.

par Manoj G P

Jun 19, 2018

This is a wonderful course. I liked the quality of the content, use of case studies. and exposure to the various design thinking tools.More reading material (case studies), option to gain deeper grasp of the DT Tools and interaction with the Course Faculty (like an open Webinar Sessions atleast once during the Course Term) would have made me give it a 5 star.Nevertheless, this is good introduction to the idea and concept of Design Thinking

par Ranjeet D

May 10, 2018

This not a 'course' in that there is no learning outcome. This is a compilation of talks by people who have authored books on this and related subjects. Is there an adequate body of knowledge on this topic? Maybe not. Let's just call Design Thinking a management jargon at this point and hope it develops some linkages to real management concepts and theby becomes an implmentable practice.