Matteo Vignoli talks about innovation and creativity at IED Barcelona
Next March 3rd Matteo Vignoli, assistant professor of Design Thinking at the University of Modena and Reggio Emilia, gives the conference “Hunting for Innovation – Creativity and the art of hunting for ideas” at IED Barcelona.
On the one hand, Matteo Vignoli talks about the application of Design Thinking to innovation and creativity and the art of hunting ideas. On the other hand, Vignoli explores the rise of the “Educate to Innovate”, an approach born in Reggio Emilia (Italy) that led to a new way to empower innovation practices in organizations and to the birth of the Food Innovation Program.
Matteo Vignoli is an assistant professor of Design Thinking at the University of Modena and Reggio Emilia. Visiting Scholar at Stanford University, Prof. Vignoli is the only Italian member of SUGAR Network, an international network of universities coordinated by Stanford University with over 40 years of experience in applying Design Thinking to innovation. Currently, he is involved in building the future through research, training and business practice all centered around the application of Design Thinking and in recent years has been using the world renowned Reggio Approach in university courses as well as in master program in business education. He teaches in several master programs and business schools, has published over 20 international publications and has worked with many national and international companies on innovation projects.
The conference is given as a part of the Master in Design Management.
Day: March 3rd 2016
Place: Classroom 108, IED Barcelona (Biada, 11)