Design Thinking is the latest human-centred approach to innovation that integrates the needs of people, the possibilities of technology and requirements for business success. As technology evolves at lightning speed and the economic environment grows more volatile, this methodology has been cited as a vital tool to develop HR solutions that support engagement, boost performance and drive innovation.
In fact, companies where HR reports the highest levels of value are five times more likely to be using Design Thinking and the approach has already been adopted by global brands including Australia and New Zealand Banking Group, General Electric and Ford Motor Company to develop innovative, human resources solutions.
In this full-day interactive workshop we will explore how Design Thinking can be used to develop impactful employee experience in a live challenge, examining how to improve on boarding to ensure new hirers thrive from the get-go.
Leaders, heads of department, senior managers, human resources, talent and change teams keen to improve employee experience at their own organisations.
Acting as rocket fuel for business success, Habit’s action-orientated programmes and consultancy grounded in human-centred design, arm organizations with the attitude, processes and culture to drive engagement, boost productivity, support radical collaboration and thrive in the innovation economy.
Past and current projects include supporting digital transformations at Barclays Bank and Accenture; Design Thinking training at the Hong Kong Institute of Human Resource Management; improving recruitment for an international members’ club; an innovative leadership programme for Deliveroo; organisational change for the UK National Health Service; and creative thinking for leading London media agencies.
Flick is also an organiser for OpenIDEO‘s London Chapter, the global movement using Design Thinking to solve tough social challenges. Her team is currently partnered with Vodafone to reinvent gratitude in the workplace.
“I have learned a lot about improving innovation in my workplace and I wish more people would see the need to increase creativity in everything we do. We certainly need to find new reasons to innovate, to push our creativity levels up and to motivate the teams we work with. Flick is a very effective educator and I strongly recommend you attend her sessions.”
Paulo Dias, Vice President, Agile Transformation Lead and Enterprise Coach, Barclays Investment Bank.
Date | 16 March 2018 (Friday)
Time | 9am to 6pm
Venue | Good Lab (L1 The Sparkle, 500 Tung Chau Street, West Kowloon)
Language | English
Fee | Standard – HK$2200/ person, NGO – HK$1100/ person
Please contact Wendy Yip at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 3996 1933.