TCAN: Navigating an Ambiguous World Through Creativity and Design
During this historic time we are all trying to figure out new ways to cope with challenges we’ve never before faced. At the Bakken Museum. Sponsored by Stanford Club of Minnesota.
Whether at work or at home, what do we do in the face of all this uncertainty? Our teams, our organizations, and our leaders need unconventional approaches: old ways of doing things won’t lead us to new solutions. In this talk Sarah Stein Greenberg, Stanford MBA ’06, will share some of the critical skills necessary to navigate the ambiguity that defines the present. She will draw on nearly two decades of insight from the Stanford d.school (Hasso Plattner Institute of Design), and from her recently published book, Creative Acts for Curious People.
In-person reception, 30-to-45-minute presentation followed by Q&A.
Parking: Free parking in the surface lot off Zenith Avenue South. Free street parking is also available on Zenith Avenue South (west side of street) and on both sides of W 36th Street.
Cost/Registration: $20/person, payable in advance via Venmo. To register, please email Lisa Wagner, firstname.lastname@example.org, Stanford Club of Minnesota, and you’ll receive admission and Venmo instructions. Registration deadline is April 27, 2022.