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Design Thinking for Projects
Design Thinking for Projects

jue 22 de sep



Design Thinking for Projects

Learn about Design Thinking - one of the most in demand skill sets in this 1-hour webinar with Bruce Gay, PMP. Design Thinking for Projects helps teams to adopt a systematic approach to problem solving that center on the customer’s experience. Attendees can claim 1 Technical PDU

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22 sep 2022, 6:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m. GMT-4


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This webinar will provide a high-level overview of Design Thinking methods and tools.

Session Description: 

In today’s business environment, project leaders need new tools and models to operate in a more flexible, discovery-driven world. Design Thinking has emerged as a successful methodology that organizations use to approach problem-solving and delivery of innovative solutions that delight their customers.


In this interactive session using “Mentimeter”, you will learn the benefits of incorporating Design Thinking methodologies on projects for increased customer alignment and business impact. The webinar provides participants with a high-level overview of Design Thinking methods and tools. The presenter will use case studies to show how to successfully integrate design methods into projects with lessons learned and unique outcomes.

Attendees can claim 1 Technical PDU

Learning Objectives:

1. Identify and apply Design Thinking techniques for improving benefits realization and project success

2. Describe the benefits of incorporating design methodologies on projects for organizational understanding and buy-in

3. Illustrate multiple design-thinking tools that could benefit current or future projects

Speaker Biography: Bruce Gay, PMP

Bruce helps individuals improve their project management skills, become better leaders, and achieve professional greatness. For the past 15 years, Bruce managed product teams that incorporated UX Design and Design Thinking methodologies into their product development processes. In his current role, Bruce manages a group of project managers supporting a portfolio of product development and technology deployments for a large healthcare system. 

Bruce lives in Pittsburgh, USA with his wife, two daughters, and his dogs. He is an active volunteer with the PMI Pittsburgh chapter and was Director of Corporate Sponsorship for several years. Bruce shares his experiences and ideas on twitter: @brucegay and

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