I4G Day1_Need and Opportunity Mapping by Bernie Jones
Need and OpportunityMappingBernie JonesFacilitator #innovateforgood
A Sound CASE Structure Stage 32ft x 16ft CONDITIONS
A Sound CASE Structure Stage 32ft x 16ft CONDITIONS ASSESSMENT
A Sound CASE Structure Stage 32ft x 16ft CONDITIONSSIGNIFICANCE ASSESSMENT
A Sound CASE Structure Stage 32ft x 16ft END-GOAL CONDITIONSSIGNIFICANCE ASSESSMENT
A Sound CASE StructurePROPOSAL Stage 32ft x 16ft END-GOAL CONDITIONS SIGNIFICANCE ASSESSMENT
ConditionsDescribes the present situation:Literacy ratesGeographics / DemographicsNumbers of schoolsState of technology usageTeacher dataWhat’s happening now.
AssessmentDescribes and quantifies challenges and problemsFalling literacy ratesLack of fundingLoss of opportunitiesSubstantial risksWhat’s wrong with thepresent conditions?
SignificantQuantifies current / future impact of assessmentLack of preparation for futureLoss human potentialIncreases in poverty levelsIncreases in social problemsWhat the impact will be if we failto act?
End-GoalDescribes the elements of a better set of conditionsGreater sharing or resources through social mediaGreater online take-upBetter trained workforceIncrease in employment opportunitiesImproved accessWhat will help prevent the time-bomb – how it will benefit
Innovation & Solution DesignStep 1: Defining — Define the problem you’retrying to solve.Step 2: Borrowing — Borrow ideas from placeswith a similar problem.Step 3: Combining — Connect and combinethese borrowed ideas.
Innovation & Solution DesignStep 4: Incubating — Allow combinations toincubate into a solution.Step 5: Judging — Identify the strength andweakness of the solution.Step 6: Enhancing — Eliminate weak pointswhile enhancing strong ones.
Proposal / PitchDescribes the solution, its features andbenefits Description of options Recommendations Costs / benefits Implementation timeframe RisksHow the solution solves theproblem, who benefits andhow
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