Your SlideShare is downloading. ×
0
GRADUATION PRESENTATION | GUIDO JETTENWELCOMETO MY GRADUATIONPRESENTATION
ImagineWHAT ARE WETALKING ABOUT?
Imagine
Figure based on Santos et al. (2012)
Figure based on Santos et al. (2012)
Figure based on Santos et al. (2012)
Figure based on Santos et al. (2012)
HOW TO CLOSETHIS GAP?
“Create a design tool for humanitarian professionalsthat facilitates collaboration and supports anetworked team in a desig...
Things you should know
Sectors MandatesPlanningThings you should know1.Medical2.Water & Sanitation3.Shelter & houSing4.Food & clothing5.Energy & ...
WHAT DOWE NEED?
Design methodologyNetworked innovation
Buijs & Tassoul (2005)
Based on Conklin (2005)
Based on Conklin (2005)
WHAT HASBEEN MADE?
STRUCTURE
STRUCTURE
STRUCTURE
STRUCTURE
OVERVIEWRole playing & sharing stories Visualize the context Select an issue Examine the stakeholder values Generate sub-s...
SENSITIZING
GUIDE
WHAT’SNEXT?
IN THEFUTURE
THANKYOU!
Graduation presentation
Graduation presentation
Graduation presentation
Graduation presentation
Graduation presentation
Graduation presentation
Graduation presentation
Graduation presentation
Graduation presentation
Graduation presentation
Graduation presentation
Graduation presentation
Upcoming SlideShare
Loading in...5
×

Graduation presentation

129

Published on

Published in: Technology, Business
0 Comments
0 Likes
Statistics
Notes
  • Be the first to comment

  • Be the first to like this

No Downloads
Views
Total Views
129
On Slideshare
0
From Embeds
0
Number of Embeds
0
Actions
Shares
0
Downloads
3
Comments
0
Likes
0
Embeds 0
No embeds

No notes for slide

Transcript of "Graduation presentation"

  1. 1. GRADUATION PRESENTATION | GUIDO JETTENWELCOMETO MY GRADUATIONPRESENTATION
  2. 2. ImagineWHAT ARE WETALKING ABOUT?
  3. 3. Imagine
  4. 4. Figure based on Santos et al. (2012)
  5. 5. Figure based on Santos et al. (2012)
  6. 6. Figure based on Santos et al. (2012)
  7. 7. Figure based on Santos et al. (2012)
  8. 8. HOW TO CLOSETHIS GAP?
  9. 9. “Create a design tool for humanitarian professionalsthat facilitates collaboration and supports anetworked team in a design process.The tool should aimat creating a shared understanding of the short- tolong-term humanitarian aid transition, while exploring ahumanitarian aid transition related challenge”
  10. 10. Things you should know
  11. 11. Sectors MandatesPlanningThings you should know1.Medical2.Water & Sanitation3.Shelter & houSing4.Food & clothing5.Energy & fuel6.Communication7.TransportationFlexible, in case adisaster occursObligation torepresent stakeholders
  12. 12. WHAT DOWE NEED?
  13. 13. Design methodologyNetworked innovation
  14. 14. Buijs & Tassoul (2005)
  15. 15. Based on Conklin (2005)
  16. 16. Based on Conklin (2005)
  17. 17. WHAT HASBEEN MADE?
  18. 18. STRUCTURE
  19. 19. STRUCTURE
  20. 20. STRUCTURE
  21. 21. STRUCTURE
  22. 22. OVERVIEWRole playing & sharing stories Visualize the context Select an issue Examine the stakeholder values Generate sub-solutionsCombine sub-solutionsinto concept solutionsDerive the practicalsolution requirementsLook back atinitial findingsGet into agenerative mindsetReflect onfindingsIssueReason1Reason2Reason3PleasepasteyourassignmentresultsinthesquaresAid,design&collaborationAidrecipientsTherefugee,thehomelessetc.e.g.improvedsafetyHumanitarianorganizationsMSF,RedCross,Cordaidetc.e.g.equip peoplewith platformto build onLawinforcement,hospitals,localaidgroupsetc.Nationalinstitutionse.g.less peoplein need ofconstant careHaiti,Pakistan,Somaliaetc.Countrye.g.growth ofGDPRestoftheworld,notdealingwiththeissueathandWorlde.g.less cost,more effectivesolutionsImagineasolutiontotheissieisfound,whatarethee.g. because we invest a lot ofmoney on it, without satisfyingresultse.g.fit into aglove boxe.g.provide afeeling ofhomee.g.be modular,so other productmay be attachedto itSolutionrequirementsAll future solutions forthe selected issue must...Thankyouforyourparticipation!Welcometotheworkshop!ConceptsHowareweableto...?Break!Which elements overlapped between the concepts?Nowaskyourself,howcanweusetheserequirementinourdailypractice?MostimportantLeastimportantAddedvaluesofthesolutionfor...Selected issueWhy this issue?‘Aid, design & collaboration tool’ v1.0 created byGuido Jetten, as commissioned byAbstractcontextSpecificchallengeDisaster!Aid transitionShort-term aid Long-term aidTimee.g.How can weincrease safety?e.g.by usinga locke.g.How tofly?e.g.hanging froma kiteWe will be using these reasons later on in the workshopPasteanaddedvaluefromlastexcercisehereIntroducerulesofbrainstormingThis is what we will be working on.Within the area of , we want to address An example of this issue can be seen in...How to use this white space...While going through the excercises there might be issues,ideas etc. which do not directly relate to the assignmentat hand. Use this white space to ‘park’ information for awhile, so it can be used later if valuable.Rules of this workshop1. Participants should postpone their judgement until theappropriate time in the workshop.2.As a consequence of rule 1, there is no right or wrongin any answer you give during this workshop.3. Quality is fostered through quantity; please add to,reverse, amplify or multiply each others ideas to achieveas many ideas as possible. Going over an idea multipletimes only makes the idea better.4.As a concequence of rule 3, every idea or concept thatis presented here today is a product of the group andshould be treated as such.When everybody adds ontoeach others ideas it becomes impossible to track who isthe owner of which idea.e.g.How can webuild a platform?e.g.by making allour productsconnectablee.g.How can wemake productscheap?e.g.by making itout ofone partWhat is good about this concept?What is good about this concept?What is good about this concept?Paste your best scoring concept here!Paste your best scoring concept here! Paste your best scoring concept here!33333320Nowaskyourself,howdowetreatthisissueindailypractice?5151530303015e.g.Engagingpeopleaneventoremotion50
  23. 23. SENSITIZING
  24. 24. GUIDE
  25. 25. WHAT’SNEXT?
  26. 26. IN THEFUTURE
  27. 27. THANKYOU!
  1. A particular slide catching your eye?

    Clipping is a handy way to collect important slides you want to go back to later.

×