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WORLD ECONOMIC FORUM

Experience Design Training, Handbooks, Coaching

What are the best practices and tools for designing and executing engaging, productive workshops with a future focus? The World Economic Forum’s Precision Medicine Team approached Worldview Studio to co-design a workshop to test genomic data policies and subsequently to help improve experience design capacity across the WEF San Francisco Centre. 

 

Worldview and WEF initially co-designed a one-day session for stakeholders from multiple countries aimed at advancing ethical genetic data policies, especially in less-developed nations. Building on that, we designed and delivered two experiential onsite trainings. The first covered foundational workshop design principles, archetypes, practices and skills. The second focused on foresight tradecraft, including developing scenario vignettes. To help implement and share this learning throughout the Centre and WEF, we created extensive digital guides to basic and vignette workshop design. These included diagnostics, frameworks, checklists, alternative designs, sample agendas and templates, and facilitation tools and tips. 

Client / 

The World Economic Forum

 

Role / 

Experience/workshop design

Scenario prototypes

Training design and execution

Digital guide development, design and production

 

Year / 

2019-2020

Guide to workshop design and engagement - Sample pages
Guide to future-focused workshop design - Sample pages