The Innovator’s Practice: Finding, Building and Leading Good Ideas with Others (at SEAS)

Students gain experience overcoming many under-represented challenges of becoming an innovator, including: identifying your intrinsic motivations, finding related good ideas, working effectively with others to develop them, and leading innovative professional projects to implementation. Students apply human-centered design processes (observing, interpreting, ideating, testing, refining, planning) to stimulate innovation, negotiate, strategize, and build and lead cooperative teams. Features guest speakers from industry, academia, and involves collaborating with cutting-edge companies.

Jointly Offered Course: SEAS EngSci 21

 

This course takes place in Pierce Hall 301