- Thu, Mar 1, 2018 03:00 PM
Lars Hilles gate 30
Latitude: 60.3855, Longitude: 5.33277
In February, we have the pleasure of hosting a two day Advanced Designed Thinking workshop with Justin Ferrell. The focus will be on ongoing projects and challenges within your own companies, so the workshop will be most suitable for teams. More details about the program and schedule to come. WhenWednesday February 28, 9-16 & Thursday March 1, 9-15 WhereMedia City Bergen Media Lab (Tower 3, 9th floor)FeeMembers of the Media ClusterNOK 3.900 (Excl. vat)Non-membersNOK 19.000 (Excl. vat)Entrance fees can be paid with Paypal, or you can choose invoice payment at the bottom of the checkout page.TeamsIf your company want to register a team, we recommend that one person from that company register every team member on one order. Questions about the event can be sent to email@example.comPS: Please note that your registration for participation is binding. NO SHOW AFTER REGISTRATION WILL BE CHARGED WITH A FEE OF NOK 500 PER PERSON. About Justin FerrellJustin Ferrell is a well-known coach and consultant to the media industry. An experienced educator and creative leader specializing in organizational culture, Justin is the former director of digital, mobile & new product design at The Washington Post, where he designed the investigative series “Angler: The Cheney Vice Presidency,” winner of the 2008 Pulitzer Prize for National Reporting, as well as four other Pulitzer finalists. He has led innovation sessions for organizations including Dow Jones, Facebook, Google, Nokia, NRK, The Aspen Institute, The New York Times, The United Nations, the U.S. Department of State and the World Economic Forum. He also teaches executives at the Stanford Graduate School of Business, and has worked with executive programs at Aalto University (Finland), EGADE Business School (Mexico) and Massey University (New Zealand). Justin is the founder of the professional fellowship program at the Institute of Design at Stanford University (the d.school), where he also has taught graduate-level courses in design thinking and organization design.