Design Thinking

Design Thinking

This hands-on course is designed to introduce you to a dynamic new way of approaching business conundrums: Design Thinking.

Design Thinking is not just a process – it’s a mindset. Throughout the three-day, highly interactive program, you will be introduced to both the process and the mindset, empowering you to view issues with fresh eyes in order to achieve significantly better outcomes.

Related program: Navigating Wicked Problems.

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Date Time Location Enrol
21 - 23 May 2019All dayNorth Ryde CampusRegister now
20 - 22 November 2019All dayNorth Ryde CampusRegister now

Cost: A$4,990.00

MGSM Wallet points8

Who is it for?

This program is designed for:

  • Executives and Senior Leaders in charge of business units
  • Decision makers in R&D for product or service industries
  • Innovation leaders, responsible for value creation
  • Executives tackling strategic challenges
  • Executives responsible for internal and external client/customer touch points

Benefits and outcomes

Participants will learn how to:

  • Develop deep consumer insights
  • Problem-find and reframe problems in a way that enables innovation
  • Reduce risk and accelerate learning through rapid prototyping
  • Use a creative process to manage intractable problems
  • Become comfortable operating in ambiguity
  • Become more flexible and effective in problem solving
  • Use insight to generate better ideas, faster


Mo Fox is a true hybrid thinker with an extensive corporate background in advertising and strategy who consults, speaks, writes and trains in the area of creative strategy and applied creative thinking.

Her eclectic background means she thrives on combining structured analytical thinking with free-form creativity to get sharper, faster, stickier results. She has worked across a wide range of industries in Australia and the UK, with companies as varied as Toyota, IKEA, Kellogg and CBA.

Mo is renowned for her ability to solve highly complex problems and generate innovative ideas in a short space of time – and to engage people in the process.

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