The Creative Tools
FOR EFFECTIVE DESIGN THINKING & INNOVATION
The Creative Tools: Advanced Creative Thinking with Design Thinking
The Creative Tools program consists of the following modules:
Advanced Creative Thinking with Design Thinking:
Solve your own real business challenge using our SID model with additional design thinking tools.
Advanced Creative Thinking Assignment:
Online independent team course to solve a challenge and then create a pitch.
Teams can be coached and then pitch back their case study and solutions to a stakeholder team.
The Creative Tools with Implications & Applications Business Facilitation
Solve your own real business challenge(s) using our SID model with additional design thinking tools.
This session is all about Implications & Applications. In this session our executive level facilitator walks the team through a series of well sequenced models (critical thinking / design thinking / CPS) to explore real ill-defined, tricky problems and/or use the model to strategically look at future thinking challenges.
- Starting with a real issue, additional design thinking tools and models provided will assist groups in getting to a real solutions.
- The more “generic tools” traditionally used in a Design Thinking process (Agile, Ideation, MVP, Empathy mapping, Persona technic etc.) are introduced in this session and placed in context to be used in the Tirian’s 4 phases to solve actual live “wicked” workplace issues.
- Finish with a final assignment and pitch to present new ideas and recommendations.
REC TIME: 0.5-1 day
Workshop, Online, Virtual, Bus Facilitation, Self-led
The Creative Process Collaborator Canvas (with Design Thinking tools)
This online canvas comes with complete instructions, videos, and steps for any leader to run the program’s core elements independently with a small team. The boards ensure a quick way to start conservations and develop faster solutions.
Solving Wicked Problems for our Clients
Here are some of the ways our programs have helped market leaders across all industries solve their own wicked problems using our SID with design thinking model:
Problems are classified as “wicked” because they are ill-defined or tricky. Here, wicked does not mean malicious. For ill-defined problems, both the problem and the solution are unknown at the outset of the problem-solving exercise. The opposite of this are “tamed” or “well-defined” problems. In this case, the problem is clear and a solution can be reached by applying technical knowledge. All wicked problems carry ambiguities and paradoxes that need resolving.
See our case study where one client (Luxury Hotel – during COVID) made $750,000 revenue and outperformed their competition by 150%.