Business Design: Prototyping Workshop

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Google, Apple, IDEO, Intuit and Amazon are in the business of designing breakthrough solutions. How do they do it? What do they do that others don’t? Key to the success of many of these innovators is the ability to prototype: creating new ideas and testing them faster and quicker than the competition.

Join Mark Leung, Director of Rotman DesignWorks and Matt Milan, CEO of Normative to learn how the power of rapid prototyping can help you design better solutions and make better decisions. The concepts taught in this session can be applied in everyday situations whether it in the classroom or on the job.

Open to all 2YR and 3YR students.

  • Date: November 4, 2013
  • Time: 6-9pm
  • Cost: $15 (for materials)
  • Location: 368 (in Executive Programs)

Registration on the RWorld Event Registration site opens Monday, October 28 at 9:30pm. Spots are limited.

Questions?  Contact Stefanie Schram at stefanie.schram@rotman.utoronto.ca

Rotman DesignWorks

Rotman DesignWorks is the Business Design Studio at the Rotman School of Management. Our mission is to teach future business leaders the discipline of innovation through the practice of Business Design, a human-centred innovation methodology. Business Design is used to build breakthrough solutions and create competitive advantage.

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