Prototype Thinking is an idea and product validation technique used by organizations like GoogleX to solve problems 10x – 100x faster. In this workshop, you’ll apply the Prototype Thinking to build a prototype using rapid experimentation. By the end, you’ll be thinking in prototypes, maximizing your rate of learning, and reducing the time to try new ideas.
- A quick overview of the Prototype thinking methodology and use cases
- How to learn faster through inexpensive, rapid experimentation
- A flexible process for creating new solutions
- And then you’ll get to try it out in workshop!
- 6:30 - 6:45 : Meeting & Greeting
- 6:45 - 7:45 : Speaker Discussion
- 7:45 - 8:30 : Networking
*Snacks and refreshments will be provided
Meet your speaker: J Li
J Li has trained more than a hundred organizations in Prototype Thinking and created much of the curriculum and programming behind Academy. Over the past 7 years, she has worked with clients such as Stanford University, NASA, Unicef, Village Capital, Aurora Sinai Hospital, Intuit, Fitbit and many startups.
J approaches product innovation as a journey of human behavior and mindsets. She is also an award-winning game designer, has a B.S. in Mathematics focused on computer science from Stanford, and an M.S. Organizational Development focused on Design Thinking from University of Pennsylvania.
When not at work, she can be found hoverboarding, playing German board games, and explaining social dynamics in user-friendly ways.
When & Where
Product School is an education company that offers Product Management training in San Francisco, Silicon Valley, New York, Los Angeles.
Our instructors are professionals with over 5 years of real-world product management experience working at renowned tech Companies like Google and LinkedIn, and other technology startups. Our students are professionals with over 3 years of experience in technology, business or design roles.
All our classes are compatible with a regular work schedule and our campuses are conveniently located in each city where we operate.
This is not your traditional lecture class. Expect a healthy mix of group work, one-on-ones with