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  • http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Veja_Sneakers This is the second step of your learning journey. First, we ’ll discuss that journey, then introduce ourselves, and You ’ll start right in with the case we’ve distributed to you. Then we will discuss the case, and examine the roles of team members in industry We ’ll review how AB0401 works. You will receive your next assignment, and We ’ll answer any questions you might have.
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  • These are the learning objectives for the course – adapted from NBS requirements. We are trying to balance “content” with “”process” because information or even knowledge may not be useful if you’re unable to use the information or knowledge …it’s a little like learning about swimming and not being able to swim in your private pool, or even learning about driving and the thrill of driving without taking driving lessons …and so being unable to drive the Ferrari you have in your front yard
  • What we ’ve tried to do is to use surrogates, aka business cases, which outline “real life” business situations …so you are able to “practice” in largely riskless situations …“what’s the problem”, what’s the solution”, “to whom do you sell this solution”, “what are their hot buttons?”, “why would they want to buy the solution”, “how do persuade whoever it is you have to persuade that yours is the most appropriate solution” and other such interesting dilemmas …all this leads us to what else you can learn…
  • ABo4o1 mindmaps

    1. 1. AB0401 Sustainable Enterprises Lee Gilbert Agenda: 1.Video 2.In-class assignment: roles and tasks 3.Case learning: Diagnose Facebook 4.Case learning: Stakeholders & their interests 5.Toolbox: Mindmaps as a diagnosis tool 6.What you can learn in AB0401 (review); 7.Assignment for our next session 8.Q & A, Discussion, Forming your teams Fun
    2. 2. Study Questions: 1. Does the Beacon program violate anyone’s privacy? If so, whose? S 2. What, if anything, is wrong with the Beacon program? Is Facebook to blame? S 3. Reasonable expectations of privacy – online? at work? talking with friends? T 4. What should Facebook do next? P 2
    3. 3. The Information Life Cycle 3
    4. 4. Facebook and the Information Life Cycle 4
    5. 5. “Is there a difference between a privacy right and a reasonable expectation of privacy?” 5DISCUSS: Who are the stakeholders? Their interests?
    6. 6. OK, then what happened?  A change to an opt-in setting  An additional point of control for the users before sharing their online activity  Clarification of how to turn off Beacon  Ability to delete (some) information  Retain broad user tracking—partners tracked users information even if not sent to Facebook 6 Discussion: How will Singapore’s new Personal Data Protection Act (PDPA) treat this issue?
    7. 7. Toolbox Session: the mindmap 7
    8. 8. Mind Mapping This Course Your Goals Instructor’s Knowledge NBS Goals DO YOUR OWN MINDMAP OF THIS TOOLBOX: What’s (details) in the ovals? What’s on the lines?
    9. 9. Research Resources This Presentation Opening Closing Presentation Structure Overview Body Characteristics Benefits Examples Tools Resources
    10. 10. Overview  The elements of a given mind map are arranged intuitively according to the importance of the concepts, and are classified into groupings, branches, or areas, with the goal of representing semantic or other connections between portions of information. Source: Wikipedia
    11. 11. Characteristics  Graphical method to record and communicate notes.  May take a hierarchical “tree” format, with main ideas branching into subsections, or “branches” may connect without backtracking to the “trunk”.  Mind maps allow creativity when recording ideas and information  They form a flexible basis for communicating a complex idea to others.
    12. 12. Benefits  Information can be inserted easily – Can be used during brainstorming – Items can be mapped as thoughts occur or when new information is found  Can be converted to a standard outline
    13. 13. Mind Map Presentation Example
    14. 14. Research Resources Mind Map Presentation Presentation Structure
    15. 15. Research Resources Mind Map Presentation Opening Body (Mind Maps) Closing Presentation Structure
    16. 16. Research Resources Mind Map Presentation Opening Closing Presentation Structure Overview Description Mind Maps Characteristics Benefits Examples Tools Resources Uses History
    17. 17. Proprietary software  Buzan's iMindMap Buzan Online Ltd  MindManager Mindjet  MindMapper SimTech Systems  MindView MatchWare  XMind Pro XMind Ltd.
    18. 18. Books  Idea Mapping: How to Access Your Hidden Brain Power, Learn Faster, Remember More, and Achieve Success in Business Jamie Nast  The Mind Map Book: How to Use Radiant Thinking to Maximize Your Brain's Untapped Potential Tony Buzan
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    20. 20. What you can learn in AB0401  Understand, from a practical perspective, what “sustainability” does, & does not, mean.  Appreciate sustainability management and why & how it matters to stakeholders.  Acquire management techniques, to be able to  Identify common sustainability issues in a variety of industries & markets.  Incorporate a sustainable management review into enterprise planning  Identify management issues in cases & map them to the "Triple Bottom Line". 20
    21. 21. What you can learn in AB0401  Appreciate cases as vehicles to accelerate personal learning & growth  Working in teams, to be able to  Identify, develop & evaluate alternative solutions to case issues  Formulate & apply decision criteria to alternative solutions to case issues  Motivate stakeholders to adopt your recommendations  Based on your AB0401 learning, to be able to formulate career scenarios in alternative industries 21