Design Thinking is a process AND a mindset. But it’s also much more than that. Implemented in daily work, the problem-solving potential of Design Thinking finds its expression in the form of a living innovation culture. This is even more the case when holistic and user-centered solutions are sought. How this works in detail and is implemented in practice can be learned at the HPI D-School in one to two semesters.
To get an idea of the challenges we are presented with by our partners, we would like to give you a glimpse of selected projects. Every semester, the HPI D-School accepts new challenges with up to 16 project partners. The questions posed come from large corporations as well as from small and medium-size businesses, public institutions and NGOs. The topics include health, energy, mobility, safety, education, finance, logistics and sustainability.