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ME 311: Leading Design Teams

The objective of this course is to help students forge a new identity as a design leader. Most people find the transition from individual contributor to team leader challenging because it¿s the first time that work needs to get done through others rather than doing things yourself. In a team leader role, you need to focus on getting things done and motivating, developing, and communicating with people. There is a balancing act between tasks and people and yet there is no simple rule to follow. Letting go of your identity as an individual contributor and helping you embrace a new one as a team leader is the first step into a design leadership role. This course will give you the language and concepts that will allow you to reflect on your own design leadership experience and growth while practicing it.
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