Session 2: Design Thinking, Educational Technology and Organizational Innovation
February 26 2022, 5:15-10:15am
This session will comprise an input lecture on design thinking, educational technology and organizational innovation. We will use ‘Organizational Personas’ and customer journeys to think through the needs and personalities of organizations and how they interact with the needs and desires of individuals. Through the input lecture we will look how educational technology trends impact our institutions of (higher) learning. With our guest speaker we will explore working in an international context.
Handouts, Slides, Recordings
Willow S. Jacobson 8:30 EDT
John Storm, 9:15 am EDT
John is a good natured team player with over a decade of experience in entrepreneurship, team management and strategic planning in the China context. He is responsible for developing consulting and/or leadership development training programmes across 3 continents with well-known companies, such as: ADM, AVIC, BMS, Bunge, Cargill, CRRC, Danieli, Essilor, Heller, IBM, Ipsen, ITW, Johnson & Johnson, Merck, Roche, Samsung and Sodexo.
Prior to his current roles, John consulted for several early stage ventures in Beijing that provided valuable experience in capital raising and developing marketing strategies. During 2013, John co-founded Beijing-based Ola [Oule Zhineng Zhiwen Suo], and was responsible for negotiating and/or signing 100+ contracts with combined value in excess of $10 million USD. John has spoken at recognised venues, such as with Microsoft and Tencent, as well as spearheaded campaigns across 38 countries. He now maintains visiting professor positions with Em Lyon Business School and SKEMA Business School, and has assumed the role of Executive-MBA Programme Director at the University of Aberdeen.
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Start with Needs:
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Storm, J. (2021). A Design Thinking Workshop to Kickstart Sustainability Initiatives: For Entrepreneurs and SME Leaders. In T. Bastiaens (Ed.), Proceedings of EdMedia + Innovate Learning (pp. 407-412). United States: Association for the Advancement of Computing in Education (AACE). Retrieved August 19, 2021 from https://www.learntechlib.org/primary/p/219686/.
- Document and discuss the persona activity.
- Document and discuss the customer journeys.
- Summarize and discuss the guest lecture.