We would like to invite you to the exclusive, Invention Cycle Workshop, which utilizes design-thinking methodology pioneered at Stanford University and is based on Professor Tina Seelig’s work in her book Insight Out. This fast-paced workshop provides participants with the tools needed to get ideas out of their heads and into action. You will walk away having tested attitudes and actions that empower you to conceive of ideas and then manifest those ideas in the world, regardless of whether you are in a startup or in an enterprise. This is truly a unique opportunity and we have limited seats being offeredso please registerhereat the earliest. This workshop is led by Microsoft Innovation Center around different countries across the world and this is the first time in India.
Microsoft India Development Center
#9, Lavelle Road
Opposite Bangalore Club Rear entrance
When: Saturday, 2nd April 2016, 10:00 to 16:00 (IST)
Attire: The event will be business casual. Feel free to dress up, but come in something that makes you feel comfortable (we are a technology company, afterall).
We look forward to seeing you there!
Prior to her role as Strategist for Microsoft’s Academic Team, Natasha Chornesky spent 13 years in public and independent schools as a classroom teacher, curriculum designer teacher trainer and principal. Building on her experience with online media startups, Natasha was the first K-12 educator to adapt Stanford University’s Lean Launch curriculum for use with entrepreneurs not yet out of secondary school. This work brought her to Microsoft where she currently works on incorporating an entrepreneur’s mindset in all new entrant developer curriculum. Natasha holds her B.A. from University of Massachusetts, Amherst, a M.A. from University of New Mexico, Albuquerque and an Ed.M. in Administration, Social Policy and Leadership from Harvard University.
|10:00||Welcome, Outcomes, Guidelines|
|13:00||Motivation and Experimentation|
|14:30||Persist and Inspire|