About this event

  • Date and time Tue 13 Jul 2021 from 9:00am to 12:30pm
  • Location Online

Due to unforeseen circumstances, this event has been cancelled. We apologise for any inconvenience this may have caused.  

The RSM is hosting an exclusive workshop led by the Professor of Information Systems & Innovation Studies and Director of Research from Cambridge University’s Digital Innovation unit.  

This exclusive workshop is heavily discounted for the RSM and is available from £230, with group discounts available.

This session will provide attendees with the opportunity to experience the 'design sprint' development process conceived at Google and widely adopted by Silicon Valley companies like Airbnb, Slack and Netflix to develop new services.  

This development process has been tailored by the Cambridge faculty for a limited number of clinical teams and healthcare professionals who are interested in digital innovation, at a reduced rate for the RSM. 

During the pandemic, the health service transformed its care and services with the help of digital technology, whether through video consultations, communication tools, patient monitoring, or data analysis. This forced and accelerated digital change in healthcare - much of which was already underway before the pandemic - bringing improvements, revealing barriers and sparking new ideas. 

This workshop aims to build on this progress, by helping you and your team take the correct next step with an existing digital project you have at work or take the best first step in turning a new idea into reality. 

A select group of 20 clinicians will benefit from this specialist event being run at a considerably reduced rate for the RSM. Attendees can join alongside team members to benefit from a group discount or individually.  

You can read more about Cambridge Digital Innovation here. 

Key speakers

Professor Michael Barrett

Director of Research, Cambridge Digital Innovation 

Dr Karl Prince

Director of Knowledge Innovation, Cambridge Digital Innovation 



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