The “Transition Leaders Program”, a human resource education program for next-generation leaders within comp anies, will start in January 2023. Start recruiting participants!

Loftwork
The “Transition Leaders Program”, a human resource education program for next-generation leaders within companies, will start in January 2023. Start recruiting participants!
As a preliminary briefing, an event was also held inviting Mr. Cameron Tonkinwise, an advocate of transition design.

Loftwork Co., Ltd. (Headquarters: Shibuya-ku, Tokyo, Representative Director: Mitsuhiro Suwa) is a human resource who acquires the ability to envision the future and the ability to implement businesses to promote social change, and creates businesses based on a vision within the company. The educational program “Transition Leaders Program” will be held from Saturday, January 14, 2023. Applications will be accepted until December 19, 2022 (Monday).
This program will be implemented as a selected project of the Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry’s FY2022 “New business creation promotion project by human resources such as large companies (new business creation promotion project through creative recurrent education)”.
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A program to acquire the ability to imagine the future and business ideas using “transition design” that encourages social change. Today, economic development aimed at coexistence of corporate activities and society, so-called “sustainable development,” is demanded worldwide. In addition, looking at Japan, it is pointed out that there is a shortage of new businesses that bring high added value from a long-term perspective, and that there is a lack of systems to create new businesses.
We believe that what is necessary for sustainable corporate activities that involve these highly complex global issues and various
stakeholders is a long-term “vision” that connects society, the economy, the natural environment, and business activities. I believe that it is the presence of a leader who can draw a picture and lead it to implementation through dialogue and collaboration with stakeholders inside and outside the company. The Transition Leaders Program aims to develop such next-generation leaders.
Program details
https://awrd.com/award/transition-leaders
Program overview
The “Transition Leaders Program” uses the latest design approach, “Transition Design,” through lectures and workshops given by a diverse group of instructors for a total of 8 sessions to draw a vision of the coexistence of society and companies. You will learn the power of conception and the power of business conception to create a business from the consumer’s point of view. By putting the learned approaches into practice in their own companies, participants will support the creation of new businesses that will bring about social change. ■ What is transition design?
Transition design envisions a long-term vision for the future and develops a variety of bottom-up solutions to deal with the complex global challenges facing society in the 21st century, such as climate change, resource depletion, and epidemic pandemics. It is the latest design approach that is being researched as a method to promote the transition to a sustainable society by bringing together various activities. In 2015, Carnegie Mellon University’s School of Design proposed it as a theory for designing the transition of social-scale values ​​in response to huge global-scale problems.
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▲ Positioning of transition design
(Source: https://design.cmu.edu/school/institute/research)
In the lecture, based on the approach of transition design, we will incorporate the methods that Loftwork Inc. has cultivated in co-creation projects with various clients, creators, and experts. The main focus is on learning the skills and approaches that can create businesses while crossing various departments and involving external stakeholders.
In addition, rather than just learning, we aim to implement the approaches that participants have learned in their own companies, transform their companies, and create businesses.
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Program features
・Aim to acquire physical knowledge by dealing with real problems and thinking about practical solutions.
・From the vision of society as a whole, back-calculate what is necessary to achieve the ideal drawn by backcasting, and learn how to incorporate it into a business that can be provided by your own company.
・You can take the skills back to your company and practice the same content as the program in your company instead of just learning the skills.
・Aiming to become a human resource who spreads co-creative design approaches within the company as a “catalyst” that can involve people around them.
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Required image of participants
・People who are active within the company, and who are willing to take leadership and work on business creation
・People who think and act on a daily basis not only to create profits, but also to make society better
・People who want to focus on more essential sustainability, social transformation, paradigm change, etc., without being bound by thinking methods such as design thinking and art thinking.
・People who are interested in design approaches such as transition design and design for sustainability
・Those who are interested in a vision-driven approach and want to incorporate it into their work and projects
・People who work on business creation related to social issues such as SDGs and circular economy
Overview of the Transition Leaders Program
■ Program implementation period
A total of 8 programs will be held every Saturday (2 days including 2/19 for the 2/18 session) from 10:00 to 17:00 (1 hour break). Saturday, January 14, Saturday, January 21, Saturday, January 28, Saturday, February 4, Saturday, February 11, Saturday, February 18, 2023 19th (Sun), February 25th (Sat), March 4th (Sat)
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■ Venue
Loftwork (Dogenzaka Pier Building, 1-22-7 Dogenzaka, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo) ■ Capacity
25 people (*If there are many applicants, a selection will be made) ■ Participation fee
free
■ How to apply
Please register from the application form on the “Transition Leaders Program” web page. *If there are many applicants, we may contact only those who have passed. We will inform you about the examination status from the official page.
“Transition Leaders Program” web page
https://awrd.com/award/transition-leaders
■ Recruitment schedule
November 18, 2022 (Friday) Start of recruitment of participants December 5th (Monday) Information session and talk event held December 19th (Monday) Participant recruitment deadline
End of December Notification of selection results
January 14, 2023 (Saturday) Program start
■ Organizer
Loftwork Inc.
A preliminary online briefing session will be held on December 5th! A talk session will be held with Cameron Tonkinwise, an advocate of transition design.
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An information session for the “Transition Leaders Program” and an event inviting transition design pioneer guests will be held online. Mr. Cameron Tonkinwise, one of the advocates of transition design, and Mr. Masaki Iwabuchi, who is active in utilizing the transition design approach at JPMorgan Chase Bank in the United States, and the Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry are working to develop advanced design human resources. Mr. Takuya Kikuchi, who was a We are looking forward to the participation of everyone who is interested in the program, including those who are considering applying.
“What is ‘transition design’ that promotes social change?
We will approach the forefront of next-generation design approaches that are attracting the attention of leading companies overseas.” Location: Zoom webinar
Date: December 5, 2022 (Monday) 11:00-12:50
Details & application: https://loftwork.com/jp/event/20221205_transition-design *Schedule is subject to change.
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