Linkedin – Learning Design Thinking: Lead Change in Your Organization
During my 2020 fall break, I made use of my leisure time by taking three different courses on Linkedin. One of them is “Learning Design Thinking: Lead Change in Your Organization”.
From this course, I learned that a strong organization must have the ability to solve complex human problems using design thinking. Design thinking is a human-centered approach that is derived from welcoming unusual ideas and able to initiate those ideas through the development of prototypes. Organizations need to incorporate design thinking in their decision-making process to outperform their competitors.
Linkedin – Agile Foundations
The second course I took was the Agile Foundations. Agile is an approach that can improve the quality of product deliverables through the enhancement of user communication. When building a product with a group of people, each person is required to think and move as a team. This will ensure a more efficient and accurate workflow.
Linkedin – Microsoft Project 2016 Essential Training
In this course, I learned the fundamentals of Microsoft Project 2016 and relate them to the prospects of using it to develop projects in the professional world. This course explores the basics of creating and managing tasks, assigning resources to handle the tasks, viewing the tasks schedule, and managing the tasks as a whole. Microsoft Project gives the flexibility for the user to manage their projects deep down to the most refined and detailed aspects of the projects.