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Thursday 2nd May 12 noon - 5.30pm - GMT

Design Thinking
Virtual Sprint Training

Open Online Programme

Join expert facilitators from Treehouse Innovation for a ½-day, online collaborative learning experience to help you apply design thinking like a pro and unlock the power of remote teams.


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Who is it for?

  • Anyone who wants to build their innovation skill set
  • Design Thinking trainers and facilitators
  • Innovation team leaders and coaches
  • Design thinking newbies in search of real experience
  • Individuals that lead or work within distributed teams
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Outcomes

  1. Start running design thinking sprints with remote teams
  2. Supercharge your innovation skillset
  3. Understand the principles, tools and methods you’ll need to make an impact
  4. Experience collaborating as part of a remote team

£399£199* pp

50% off introductory offer for single users

£299£149* pp

50% off introductory offer for groups of 3+

Optional: £99* pp

For the Collaborative Design Toolkit

*Price includes VAT. Register before 21st April and get 3 months Sprintbase access for FREE (£175 value)

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Your facilitators

Adam Billing

Adam is the founder of Treehouse Innovation. He has spent most of his career working with companies to design new products, services and strategies; and to develop their own internal innovation capability.

Formerly with Ernst & Young Consulting, Adam has led numerous innovation projects and design events for all types of organisations. He is a frequent lecturer on design thinking on Cambridge University executive education programmes, and has designed and delivered learning programmes with leading business schools including, Imperial College London, Rice University, Georgia Tech and others. He is also a Partner at the The Møller PSF Group at Cambridge University.

Nathan Waterhouse

Nathan has setup and run four new businesses at world renowned design and innovation firm IDEO, he’s seen first hand what it takes to bring new things into the world.

He has facilitated workshops with hundreds of participants and led organisation design programs that have helped shift the innovation strategy for 250 year old organisations such as Generali and helped design startup incubator for Europe called HackFWD. He has worked with clients such as HP, IKEA, T-Mobile, VISA, Oxfam, SONY to help them to innovate.

Whilst at IDEO, Nathan co-founded OpenIDEO.com, a social impact community of over 150,000 people across 190 countries that collaborate online to tackle big systemic challenges. He also co-founded and was CEO of the collaborative innovation platform OI Engine.He is an experienced public speaker and has delivered keynotes at TEDx, The Economist events, and the White House on topics such as the role of Design, Innovation and Collaboration.

El Tong

El is a recognised expert in innovation, facilitation and business strategy. With over 20 years of experience designing and implementing strategic initiatives around the world. She specialises in helping organisations with creating an innovation culture. She has designed and led engagements with global clients including Orange Business Services, ebay, SKY, Arcadis and CapGemini. Her engagements include running innovation sprints, designing co-creation events and delivering Design Thinking masterclasses for organisations wanting to embrace a culture of innovation.

Prior to her work with Treehouse, El was an Innovation leader within Fujitsu where she led customer co-creation and NPD projects. Alongside leading innovation projects, she also designed and facilitated workshops and training sessions to give teams the creative confidence to put their ideas into action.

She excels in working with diverse teams in solving real challenges using a combination of design thinking techniques, creative approaches and end user insights

Duncan Brannan

Duncan is a user-centred designer, artist, and versatile facilitator. He began his career as a systems analyst and developer in London and the Netherlands for PricewaterhouseCoopers Management Consultancy Service, and later turned his attention to fine arts. He currently runs his own fine art painting practice.

Recently, Duncan has worked within a UK local authority, developing relationships with artists and politicians to facilitate arts projects that deliver against political agendas. He has worked on projects in the financial services, pharmaceuticals, human resources, higher education and local government sectors across Europe and the Middle East. He is degree educated in Psychology & Philosophy from Durham University, and Fine Art from the University of Kent. He continues to paint.

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