Visual Thinking Workshop: Using Visual Strategies to Solve Problems

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As business people, we like to talk about ideas. This can be frustrating because we try to think our way to a solution. This can lead to confusion, delays, and mistakes. By simply visualizing, we can make our ideas tangible and concrete in a quick and easy way.

Join Rotman DesignWorks on February 26th from 6-9pm to learn how to use visual language and strategies to solve problems faster and with greater clarity. This workshop is ideal for students looking to bring a creative edge to framing problems, generating concepts, and presenting ideas.

Learn how to use visual thinking to:
1. Clarify emerging business ideas
2. Assess and break down a problem into manageable pieces
3. Collaborate and convey information to others

Open to all 2YR and 3YR students.

Minh Ngo, graphic facilitator and trainer, will lead the session.

Date: February 26, 2015
Time: Registration starts at 5:45pm, Workshop is 6:00-9:00pm
Cost: $15/person covers the cost of materials and food
Location: 127

Registration on the RWorld Event Registration site opens February 9th at 9:00pm! Spots are limited.

The cancellation and refund deadline is 3 days prior to the event.

Questions? Contact Alpesh Mistry (Alpesh.mistry@rotman.utoronto.ca)

About the Instructor

Minh Ngo is an independent visual trainer and graphic facilitator. She has taught visual thinking and professional development workshops to over 250 graduate students, researchers, academics and everyday professionals. She helps people rejuvenate their creative confidence and understand how creative strategies can be used to connect ideas, create momentum and cut through clutter to get things done.

Minh brings over 10 year of work experience from the public, non-profit, private and startup environments. She has a Certificate in Adult Training and Development from the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education at the University of Toronto. Minh also holds a Master of Arts degree from Carleton University where she focused on visual research methodologies.

The Rotman DesignWorks Sandbox Series is a collection of hands-on workshops, led by experienced practitioners, which develop your core innovation skills and provide you with valuable learning experiences. Participation is added to your Professional Development transcript.

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. Rotman DesignWorks offers educational opportunities to Rotman students in conjunction with the Business Design Club’s career preparation offerings.

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