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All we’ve been hearing about lately is “design thinking”, yet most people don’t even know what it means. Design Thinking is about transforming the way you think to discover innovative solutions to complex problems. This course will teach you how to be more pragmatic in your skills and approach. Within 10 weeks you’ll have grasped the concept and practice of design thinking and be able to apply to everything you do.  

10 weeks
8 - 10 hours / week
Online Learning

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Meet the Knowledge Partner

Nevo Hadas

Partner & Co-founder, DYDX (formerly known as &Innovation)

Nevo works with global leaders to unlock innovative concepts and develop powerful digital products and services for consumers and businesses in emerging markets. With Human Centered Design at its core, DYDX (formerly known as &Innovation) has led a number of initiatives in fintech, media, telecoms and ecommerce from opportunity to launch.

He has solid experience in leading the acquisition and launch of a range of digital businesses, as well as founding a startup which received funding from Sun Microsystems and secured venture capital from US and Swiss investors, growing into a multinational business Headquartered in San Francisco.

Meet your Course Designer

Robyn Hazekamp

Head of Instructional Design

Dog-lover and superhero-aficionado, Robyn pours her Masters degree in English and international lecturing experience into developing online courses that meet our rigorous Red & Yellow standards. She somehow also manages to find time to speak at conferences and contribute to our globally-acclaimed textbook.

Stand out with a Certificate from a respected institution.

A creative and empathy led approach to problem-solving is a skill lacking across industries, and is necessary to innovate for success and sustainability. Grasping the concept of design thinking will lead you to outperform your competitors and capture new audiences. It’s an approach that can be applied to any business, organisation and industry.

What you'll learn:

  • The design thinking process, tips and techniques
  • How to successfully ideate to unpack all possible solutions
  • An empathy-led approach to best understand the user
  • How to prototype and test to get to the best solution
  • How to achieve a design thinking mindset for future success

This Course Is Perfect For

  • Small business owners who need a competitive advantage without spending millions on tech.
  • Anyone who works on a team that needs to solve business challenges.
  • Managers who want to encourage a culture of innovation.

Get the Certificate that guarantees career success.

Our courses are designed to accelerate your career and elevate your skillset. A certificate from us is recognised by industry and a stamp of approval on your CV.


Avoid redundancy in the tech-dominated future. Our courses are designed to harness your uniquely human skills - that set you apart from the machines.

Industry Partnerships

Founded by industry leaders, we’ve maintained these close connections, developing course content with knowledge partners who are experts in their field.

Human touch

This online learning experience will be warm and engaging. Our great team will be on hand to guide you through the course and answer any of your questions.

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Industry Quote:

Innovation is about seeing a problem, opportunity, challenge, or possibility and coming up with ideas, then experimenting on those to create a new way of thinking. Innovation isn’t about technology - you can spend millions on new technology, but if the other guy has the same tech, that doesn’t help you. Innovation is about working inside your business with the tools you have to create a competitive advantage.
What people may not understand is the subtler way that design thinking gets around the human biases (for example, rootedness in the status quo) or attachments to specific behavioral norms (“That’s how we do things here”) that time and again block the exercise of imagination.

- Jeanne M. Liedtka, American strategist and professor of business administration at the Darden School of the University of Virginia.