The Indian School of Public Policy (ISPP) is organizing a policy workshop by Rahul Nainwal on ‘Design Thinking in Public Policy’. Admission is FREE of cost. However, we have limited seats. Therefore, pre-registration is mandatory.
Session brief: We live in a word of increasing uncertainty where there rarely clear answers. There is ambiguity around us and we have to adapt and co-create in order to thrive. This workshop is introduction to design thinking for budding policy-makers and social innovators and anyone else interested in learning more about an approach that can be applied to find solutions to a variety of ill-defined and complex social problems.
About the speaker: Rahul Nainwal is an Entrepreneur and Design Thinker. He co-founded iVolunteer, India Fellow Social Leadership programme, and Social enterprise incubator- UnLtd Delhi. He also started CashRelief.org-India’s first pilot on unconditional wealth transfer.
Mr. Nainwal is a student of Design Thinking. He uses Design Thinking in his work and conducts Design Thinking learning events across the globe with organizations such as Mahindra Finance, Stanford University-SPARQ, CIVICUS, Global Fund for Children and ISEED IRMA.
He is also the founding participant at THNK-the Amsterdam School of Creative Leadership. Mr. Nainwal completed his Engineering from NIT Rourkela and MBA from IRMA, Anand. He did his Executive Education-Harvard Business School, besides also being an Ashoka Associate Fellow, TED Fellow, and a Chevening
India Gurukul Scholar.
Date: 1st February, Saturday
Time: 4:00 PM to 6:00 PM,
Venue: ISPP Campus, B-35, Kiwani’s Limb Centre, 4th Floor, Near Medeor Hospital, Qutub Institutional Area