Design Thinking PRACTICE
Module Code: IBS-DT
Credit Value: 2
Learning Mode: Online Class (Facilitated Training)
The earliest creativity and design concepts dates back to 1950s to 1960s. Design Thinking was coined in 1959 and is used to define and understand problems, create a human-centric and innovative solution to resolve the problems. In this interactive, hands-on and theoreotical workshop, participants will walk through the 5 stages of Design Thinking:
By the end of this learning unit, learners will learn:
Apply design thinking methodologies to define design problems
Generate new ideas for the organisation
Uncover opportunities for applying design thinking across the organisation
Utilise metrics to benchmark and measure outcomes of design ideas and solutions
Implement plans to embed design thinking across the organisation
Facilitate the development and execution of design concepts through prototypes
Present and communicate the design outcomes and process for design ideas
There are 3 customizable tracks for organisations:
General Track (*offered to public only)
What is Design Thinking
Why Design Thinking
Traits of a Design Thinker
Who is Using Design Thinking
How to apply Design Thinking
Identify Target Audience
Research Target Audience
Examples of Empathy
Define Problem Statement
Examples of Problem Statement
Reframing Problem Statement
An Ideal Problem Statement
From Ideas to Solution
Craft Solution Statement
Examples of Prototypes
Case Study on Prototype Suitability
Building and Presenting Prototypes
Minimum Success Criterion and Pivoting
Implement Your Solution
Create a Pitch Deck
5 mins Pitching + 5 mins Oral Questioning
Duration: 2 Days (16 hrs), *Customizable to 1 hour/1 day/3 days (for organisations)
$222 per Learner
*All fees quoted are in Singapore Dollars (SGD).
Refer to here for Payment Modes & Refund Policy.
IBS Additional Discount
IBS's Strategic & MOU Partners (for organisation): 50% discount
Non-Profit Organisation/VWC/Government Agencies/BIG Members (for organisation): 30% discount
IBS Alumni: 15% discount
*Documentary Proof: Upload incorporation documents, MOU, relevant Certificates during course enrollment.
Assessment & Certification
There will be a Summative Assessment for this module.
The assessment method is Practical Performance in the form of Pitching and Oral Questioning.
Learners will receive an electronically issued Certificate of Completion (COC) issued on the blockchain via Government Technology Agency, Singapore's OpenCerts upon completing the Course and end of-course Learning & Training Evaluation Form.