I haven’t had the chance to sit in on a class at Stanford’s Hassno Plattner Institute of Design, known to fans as the d.School, but student Gus Bitdinger summarizes a spring seminar on innovation in this six-minute ditty:
We wrote about the d.School in last fall’s special report on education programs that train innovators, The Talent Hunt. Courses bring faculty members from different departments together to coach teams of students who use design thinking to approach messy, complex problems. The result: t-shaped people, those polymaths in great demand who have sophisticated expertise in one area, knowledge across many fields, and an ability to work collaboratively.
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