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SAP Next-Gen Munich Crashcourse: Design Thinking and Lean Startup

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Wayra Deutschland GmbH

Kaufingerstraße 15

80331 München

Germany

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Join us and learn how to use Design Thinking methods developed by David Kelly at the Stanford d.school to make faster, better design decisions by putting the customer first.

Design Thinking is based on a series of steps: empathy, definition, ideation, prototyping and testing. It also supports the following mindsets: user centered, bias towards action, show don't tell, culture of prototyping and mindful of process.
We will touch on each of these during this crashcourse with Denise Wildner, Design Thinking coach from the SAP Next-Gen Innovation Network in Munich.

This crashcourse will be accompanied by a short overview of Lean Startup Thinking presented by Ekaterina Kholodilina from Startup Weekend and Kim Wlach from Startup Alm.

What to expect:

  • Hands-on Design Thinking and Lean Startup Thinking
  • Creative atmosphere
  • Lots of fun
  • Food & drinks



Your main takeaways will be:

  • Learning to having an empathy for your customer
  • Realising that having a bias towards action will you get somewhere faster
  • Embracing failure and using it as an opportunity to learn
  • Using testing, failing and iterating methodology is the best way to achieve your goals
  • Polishing lean thinking skills can save you time and make you more efficient.



Prereqs & Preparation

There are no prerequisites and no pre-work is necessary.
Please bring an open mind and leave your laptop behind. :)

The event will be held in english.

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