BIM pacts with School of Design Thinking to set up Centre for Design Thinking in Trichy

BIM Trichy has partnered with the leading design thinking solution provider, the School of Design Thinking to set up a Centre for Design Thinking on the BIM Trichy campus. This center would aim to advance the practice of Design Thinking in the local ecosystem to identify new ecosystem value and to conduct research on the next practices in design thinking. The Centre also aims at applying Design Thinking frameworks to functional areas, such as Government Service Delivery, SDG/ESG initiatives, and new technology applications across areas such as Finance, Marketing, Operations and Supply Chain, and HR. The scope of the agreement also includes the execution of Design Thinking oriented programs and activities for BIM’s students, faculty and stakeholders to enable Design Thinking on campus. We endeavor to create a design-driven culture at BIM. Partnering with the School of Design Thinking and setting up our Centre for Design Thinking will foster scholastic pursuit, research, and practice around Design Thinking. Not just Fortune 500 companies or marquee brands alone, we want to enable everyone in our local ecosystem to take advantage of Design Thinking to create ecosystem value leading to better products, better services, and eventually a better planet.

In photo: Dr. Asit K Barma exchanging MoU with Dr. Anbu Rathinavel, Head of School of Design Thinking.

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