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Understand the thinking patterns and mental models of some of the world's greatest scientists and innovators, including Isaac Newton, Richard Feynman
Analyze the scientific and engineering principles that guided these luminaries and their approach to problem-solving, decision-making, and creativity.
Explore the strategies, techniques, and mental models employed by these innovators and their impact on their industries and the world.
Learn how to apply the thinking patterns and mental models of these luminaries to real-world challenges, and enhance your own problem-solving
Gain a deep appreciation of the rational approach to science employed by Isaac Newton and its influence on modern scientific thinking.
Study the ability of Richard Feynman to simplify complex concepts and communicate scientific ideas to a broader audience.
Understand the visionary engineering of Isambard Brunel and its impact on transportation and infrastructure.
Analyze the design thinking approach of Steve Jobs and how he transformed the tech industry with his innovations.
Explore the futurist mindset of Elon Musk and his ability to innovate and disrupt multiple industries.
Participate in discussions and brainstorming sessions with fellow students to explore and apply the thinking patterns and mental models of these luminaries
Reflect on your personal learning and development, and identify opportunities for further growth and enhancement of your problem-solving & decision-making
This course is designed to explore the thinking patterns and mental models of some of the greatest scientists and innovators in history, including Isaac Newton, Richard Feynman, Isambard Brunel, Steve Jobs, and Elon Musk. Through a combination of lectures, case studies, and discussions, you will learn how these brilliant minds approached problem-solving, decision-making, and creativity, and how you can apply their methods and strategies to your own life and work.You will delve into the scientific and engineering principles that guided these luminaries, and gain a deep understanding of their thinking patterns and mental models. From Newton's rational approach to science, to Feynman's ability to simplify complex concepts, Brunel's visionary engineering, Jobs's design thinking, and Musk's futurist mindset, you will learn how these innovators tackled the most challenging problems of their times and produced ground-breaking discoveries and innovations.Through case studies, you will analyse the strategies, techniques, and mental models employed by these luminaries, and examine the impact of their thinking patterns on their industries and the world. You will also participate in discussions and brainstorming sessions to explore how to apply these thinking patterns to real-world challenges, and reflect on your personal learning and development.No prior knowledge or experience is required to enroll in this course, but a basic familiarity with science and engineering principles will be helpful. By the end of the course, you will have gained a deep appreciation of the thinking patterns and mental models of some of the world's greatest scientists and innovators, and how to apply them to enhance your own problem-solving, decision-making, and creativity skills.In this course we will cover :-1. Isaac Newton2. Edison3. Einstein4. Feynman5. Brunel6. Steve Jobs7. Elon MuskWho this course is for:Design ThinkersEntrepreneursStudentsProfessionalsBusiness LeadersEngineersInnovation TeamsInnovation Consultants
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1 Lectures | 03:11
8 Lectures | 13:05
Think like Newton
Development of Calculus
Newton's Thinking Process leading to Calculus
Newton's development of the 3 Laws of Motion
7 thought patterns from Newton to use in your work
How to Leverage Newton's Thinking in your own work
The Main Takeaway
8 Lectures | 13:12
Think like Edison
The LightBulb Moment
Edison's Other Inventions
Not scared of Failure
7 thought patterns from Edison to use in your work
How to Leverage Edison's Thinking in your own work
The Main Takeaway
6 Lectures | 09:41
Think like Tesla
Tesla's Other Inventions
7 keys to thinking like Tesla
Case Studies to Apply in your own work
How New Firms are applying this thinking to innovate
4 Lectures | 06:02
Brunel and the HyperLoop
Learning from Brunel
One Unique Quality Brunel Had
How to apply Brunel's thinking in your own work
4 Lectures | 05:26
Think like Faraday
How did Faraday Learn
Faraday's Interdisciplinary Thinking
4 Lectures | 04:56
Why was Einstein Unique
Einstein's Thought Experiments
3 Lectures | 06:44
Applying Mathematics to Many Fields
7 keys to Neumann's thinking
6 Lectures | 08:10
Leapfrogging innovation under uncertainty
Key to Soviet Success
The MIG program as a case study
The MIG program, developed by the Soviet Union during the Cold War era, was a remarkable achievement in aerospace engineering. The Soviet Union's approach to aerospace engineering can be seen as an example of how their process and thinking led to the success of the MIG program. Here is a closer look at how the Soviet Union's approach to engineering and innovation was applied to the MIG program:
Well-organized Research: The Soviet Union had a well-organized research program that ensured all engineering projects received proper planning and attention. The MIG program was no exception. The project received proper planning, including clear goals and objectives, from the outset.
Focus on Simplification: Soviet engineering focused on simplification, which was a significant advantage for the MIG program. The MIG was designed with a simple construction and easy maintenance in mind, making it a reliable and easy-to-use aircraft.
Emphasis on Performance: The Soviet Union's approach to aerospace engineering emphasized performance. This emphasis was evident in the MIG program's design, which was focused on creating a high-performance aircraft that could outperform its competitors.
Use of Advanced Materials: The Soviet Union's aerospace engineering program utilized advanced materials, such as titanium alloys, which were used extensively in the MIG program. The use of these materials allowed the aircraft to be stronger, lighter, and faster.
Iterative Design Process: The Soviet Union's engineering approach involved an iterative design process that allowed engineers to continuously improve the aircraft's performance and design. The MIG program went through several design iterations, with each iteration being an improvement over the previous one.
Comprehensive Testing: The Soviet Union's approach to engineering included comprehensive testing of each design iteration. Testing was done under various conditions to ensure the aircraft's performance met expectations. The MIG program went through extensive testing, which helped identify and correct any design flaws.
Culture of Innovation: The Soviet Union's culture of innovation was a critical factor in the success of the MIG program. Engineers were encouraged to take risks and push boundaries to develop new technologies and designs. This culture allowed the MIG program to make significant technological advancements and to stay ahead of its competitors.
Overall, the Soviet Union's approach to engineering and innovation was critical to the success of the MIG program. Their focus on simplification, performance, advanced materials, iterative design process, comprehensive testing, and culture of innovation allowed them to develop an aircraft that outperformed its competitors and established the Soviet Union as a leader in aerospace engineering.
The Soyuz Rocket as a case study
Soviet Key to Success in Engineering and Science
The F-35 American Fighter Jet program is the brainchild of the Soviets!
3 Lectures | 05:35
Continuous Improvement and Attention to Detail
The Toyota Case Study
Key Lessons from Toyota
2 Lectures | 02:41
How Honda Invented an industry
Honda's practical approach
4 Lectures | 06:49
The Chinese Model
Leverage your unique skills and laser focus them to create advantage
6 Lectures | 11:41
Silicon Valley Model of Innovation
Data Driven Decision Making
The Toothbrush test
3 Lectures | 04:59
The Industrial Complex
The Samsung Case Study
The South Korean Education System
2 Lectures | 03:01
Swiss Pattern of Innovation
Case Studies from Switzerland
5 Lectures | 07:31
German Companies using this approach
Facilitating the German Approach
The Jet Engine
Reliability and Attention to Detail
2 Lectures | 03:14
India's approach to innovation
The TATA case study
3 Lectures | 04:23
The French Approach
4 Lectures | 06:32
Learning from SkunkWorks
4 Lectures | 05:09
From Radios to Challenger
The Feynman Technique
Examine each part
Solving the Challenger Disaster
1 Lectures | 02:11
The curious case of Benjamin Franklin
6 Lectures | 17:00
How did Jobs Think?
Galvanising around a common vision
Focus on how things work, not how they look
Focus is about saying NO!
Making things simple is harder than making things complicated.
6 Lectures | 15:43
TimeBoxing, Finding Simple Solutions and First Principles Thinking
First Principles Thinking
Maglev in a Vaccum Tube inspired by Brunel - Musk's modular thinking
Can you find an example of modular thinking from your business area or life?
Have you seen modular thinking in your domain of expertise? Can you give an example from your business area?
1 Lectures | 01:27
How did Marie Curie Think
3 Lectures | 04:38
The McKinsey Approach
The McKinsey 7 step process to problem solving
1 Lectures | 02:05
Dyson's innovative approach
1 Lectures | 01:28
The Maverick approach to problem solving
2 Lectures | 05:10
Importance of building domain knowledge
Main lessons from Jobs
1 Lectures | 00:40
Daydream like Einstein!
1 Lectures | 01:40
The Steve Jobs Approach
1 Lectures | 00:36
Machines of the Mind
1 Lectures | 02:42
Using Polymathy to Invent new technologies
1 Lectures | 01:13
Talking to Users - Understand the needs of the customer
1 Lectures | 01:12
Simplicity, Minimalism, Functionality
5 Lectures | 05:41
Prairie - Systems Thinking
Japanese Bullet Train Kingfisher
Termite Mound and Buildings
Bridges based on Shrubs
1 Lectures | 00:53
What is a Machine?
1 Lectures | 01:08
Why 68% of Nobel Laureates have hobbies
1 Lectures | 01:11
Charting your path through Numbers and Data
1 Lectures | 01:28
Importance of Training
4 Lectures | 07:19
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1 Lectures | 00:22
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