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1-day Design Thinking Workshop @Singapore Polytechnic

December 21, 2016 | Event

We believe creativity is an essential skill for our members trying to make a difference in their work at PRDCSG. At this, in collaboration with LWC-S (Live Well Collaborative Singapore) which is based at Singapore Polytechnic, PRDCSG organized a one-day design thinking workshop for PRDCSG’s members on December 21, 2016. Run by LWC-S to offer PRDCSG’s members the chance to be exposed to Design Thinking, the workshop was a fun-filled one-day crash course in design thinking through which PRDCSG’s members learned how to unlock their creative potential and enhance their capacity for driving innovation within PRDCSG.

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