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KAISER PERMANENTE   This 12-week series of workshops gathered doctors, nurses, and staff into their new innovation studio in southern California to learn design thinking and explore redesigning the primary healthcare experience.

UTEC (PERU)  In partnership with this technology-focused university in Lima, we provide an Innovation Agent certification program using a series of workshops in Spanish and English. These open-invitation classes give local executives the proficiency to lead design thinking events in their own organizations.

GLOBAL CONSULTANCY   Teaching design thinking to a team that harnesses in-house talent to “tackle some of the biggest challenge the world faces today” is one of multiple projects we have with this professional services firm.

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