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Presentation for project management day. Presented to the Project Management Institute Sydney

Presentation for project management day. Presented to the Project Management Institute Sydney

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  • 2.6 billion people lack access to basic sanitation. At this moment, 40% of the world’s population lack access to even the simplest latrine.One child dies every 15 seconds due to contaminated water from human excreta. Up to 50% of all deaths in emergency, refugee and IDP camp situations are caused by diarrhoeal diseases. More than 80% of these deaths are children under two years of age.(Content and photo copied from http://www.peepoople.com
  • But how do they ensure that
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    • 1. We don’t need superheroes to save the world The importance of design thinking and project management in the modern world
    • 2. Today’s topic Quick intro to design thinking Introduce an innovative solution to contaminated water Use the business model canvas to look at ways to deliver the solution
    • 3. James King • Agile and IT capability development coach • Trainer in process improvement, project management and business analysis • Now working to help organisations understand how to use the “Business Model Canvas” Email Blog Twitter james@kingsinsight.com www.kingsinsight.com jamesking42
    • 4. Design thinking is not about making things look beautiful “Design thinking is a human-centered approach to innovation that draws from the designer's toolkit to integrate the needs of people, the possibilities of technology, and the requirements for business success.” Tim Brown, president and CEO of IDEO
    • 5. Design thinking has a lifecycle Prototype Test Idea Empathy Ideation Refine Prototype Test Scale
    • 6. The problem Contaminated water • 2.6 billion people lack access to basic sanitation. • At this moment, 40% of the world’s population lack access to even the simplest latrine. • One child dies every 15 seconds due to contaminated water from human excreta. • Up to 50% of all deaths in emergency, refugee and IDP camp situations are caused by diarrhoeal diseases. (Content and photo copied from http://www.peepoople.com/)
    • 7. An elegant solution Peepoo • Peepoo is a slim biodegradable bag, with an inner layer that unfolds to form a wide funnel. • Peepoo is used once, by one person, whenever and wherever needed. • Peepoo remains safe to hold and carry after use. • Peepoo completely transforms over a short period of time into high-value fertiliser which enables collection and disposal. (Content and photo copied from http://www.peepoople.com/)
    • 8. But there is still a problem
    • 9. We need to get bags to people Manufacturers Local "NGO" Franchise Recipient Peepoople distributes bags through local “franchises” who make a small profit selling the bags
    • 10. A basic business model for Peepoo Key Partnerships Key Activities Value Propositions Customer Relationships Customer Segments Collecting donations Peepoo bag Ongoing community set up by NGO Distributing bags Governments Manufacturing Recipient Key Resources Channels Refund on collection Manufacturers Local "NGO" Franchise Peepoo design Charity organisaion Collection organisation Cost Structure Revenue Streams Collection refund = 1/3 of cost Distribution costs Franchise buys bags? Donations
    • 11. Other options? Contents of the bag: - DNA - Pathogens New design of bag? New costs ??? Our own database? Researchers Same channels?? Payment for bag
    • 12. Other options Training franchisees Selecting promising candidates Establish new ventures Set up a venture fund to invest in these small (franchise) enterprises Franchisees as potential start-ups Existing franchisees who prove themselves before we invest Dividend or sale of the start-up when successful
    • 13. There could be other delivery models
    • 14. My conclusion Search for a solution Delivery a solution Design thinking improves the process of exploring and validating possibilities Project management improves the conversion of possibility into reality
    • 15. Thankyou Feel free to ask questions or make comments now, or to grab me afterwards