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  • Systemic Design Interventions Using systems thinking & design thinking to intervene in systems KARIANNE RYGH
  • 1. The power to transcend paradigms 2. The mindset or paradigm out of which the system arises 3. The goals of the system structure 4. The power to add, change, evolve, or self-organize system structure 5. The rules of the system Leverage Points 6. The structure of information flows Donella Meadows 7. The gain around driving positive feedback loops 8. The strength of negative feedback loops 9. The length of delays, relative to the rate of system change 10. The structure of material stocks and flows 11. The size of buffers and other stabilizing stocks 12. Constants, parameters, numbers
  • Leverage Points 1. The power to transcend paradigms Donella Meadows 2. The mindset or paradigm out of which the system arises
  • From Burden to Resource Changing Mindsets through Rehabilitative Prison Manufacturing FROM BURDEN TO RESOURCE Changing Mindsets through Rehabilitative Prison Manufacturing
  • Furniture in sold outside prison creates an overlapping
  • Prison workshops in Norway 36 14 13 12 8 7 4 4 3 3 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 Wood Assembly Metal Textile Faming Mechanical Gardening Forestry Ceramics Painting Soap Weaving Glass Jewellry Stone Bicycle Knitting Printing Sound
  • “In the Norwegian prison system, there´s a focus on human rights and respect. When they arrive, many of them are in bad shape. We want to build them up, give them confidence through education and work and have them leave as better people.” Are Høidal - Prison governor, Halden Prison
  • Vik Prison
  • Prison Inmate Contributing member of society
  • Prison Inmate Contributing member of society Skill training
  • Prison Inmate Contributing member of society Skill training Impulsive Reflective
  • = Step 1 Step 2 + Step 3
  • Step 1 Step 2 Step 3 Step 4 Step 5 Step 6 Step 7 Step 8 Step 9
  • CHOICE WITHIN THE MAKING A Manual Product: Rocking Chair
  • Step 1. Take piece #1 and #2 and turn the squared piece until it is rounded. Continue until you reach a diameter of 20mm. Do not turn the p made joinery. in it is parts you turnpossible es on the ponding to d while be shap- th the u will be s of wood- You have now made the support structures the rocking chair. #1 and #2 Center line Ø = 20mm
  • Step 2. ared you the pre- Put the previous pieces aside and place piece #3 - #6 on the work table. Mark off the center on each piece. #3,4,5,6 ures for Ø = 35mm Instead of turning the entire piece a unified diameter, taper each piece from a diameter o 35mm to 20mm as shown in the diagram. At the center line, the piece should be roughly 275mm. Repeat the tapering on the 4 pieces. Center line You have now made the legs of the rocking chair. Ø = 20mm
  • Step 4. #9 and #10 as you did diameters Ø = 20mm The following steps will create the back res the chair where you will be shaping sections 80mm according to your own choice. It is wise to keep these shapes simple in the beginning, since the shapes are to be repea on other pieces. ports of the Center line 40mm 40mm 80mm For each piece, the order of these shapes w change, it is therefore important taper all p in the same direction, with diameter of 20m on the left hand side of the lathe, and the di eter of 16mm on the right hand side. Taking pieces # 9 and 10, mark off the cent line as before. Thereafter, make a mark of 40mm on either side of the center line. This 80mm area is to be shaped at free will while the rest of the piece is to be tapered f 20mm to 16 mm, as shown on diagram. Rep on both pieces. Ø = 16mm Step 4
  • Step 5. #11 and #12 back rest of sections of e. On the bottom left of this page, you can see a box representing the shape you made in the previous step. This shape is also represented on the diagram. ple in the be repeated Taking pieces # 11 and 12, mark off the center. Thereafter, make a mark of 80mm on either side of the center line. hapes will per all parts r of 20mm nd the diame. 80mm 80mm the center mark of ine. free will apered from ram. Repeat Step 5 Step 4 There are now two 80mm areas to be shaped. In the first section, on the right hand side, shape the piece as you did in step 4. On the left hand side, create a new shape. See diagram. The rest of the piece is to be tapered from 16mm to 20mm, as shown. Repeat on both pieces. Step 4 Step 5
  • Step 6. #13 and #14 Taking pieces # 13 and 14, mark off the center. Thereafter, make a mark off 40mm and 12mm on either side of the center line. There are now three 80mm sections to be shaped. In the first section on the right hand side, repeat step 5. 80mm Step 6 40mm 40mm Step 4 80mm Step 5 In the following section, repeat step 4. And in the last section, create a new shape. Taper the rest of the piece from 16mm o 20 mm, as shown on diagram. Repeat on both pieces. Step 4 Step 5 Step 6
  • Step 7. #13 and #14 Taking pieces # 15 and 16, mark off the center. Thereafter, make a mark of 80mm and 16mm on either side of the center line. 80mm Step 7 80mm Step 5 80mm Step 4 80mm Step 6 There are now four 80mm sections to be shaped. In the first section on the right hand side, repeat step 6. In the following section, repeat step 4. In the next, repeat step 5 and in the last section, create a new shape. Taper the rest of the piece from 16mm to 20mm on the left, as shown on diagram. Repeat on both pieces. Step 4 Step 5 Step 6 Step 7
  • Step 8. #17 Taking the final piece, # 17, mark off the center. Thereafter, make a mark of 40mm, 12mm and 20mm on either side of the center line. 80mm Step 8 80mm Step 6 40mm 40mm Step 4 80mm Step 5 80mm Step 7 There are now five 80mm sections to be shaped. In the first section on the right hand side, repeat step 7. In the following section, repeat step 5. In the next, repeat step 4 and in the one after, repeat step 6. In the last section, create a new shape. Taper the rest of the piece from 16mm on the right to 20 on the left, as shown on diagram. You have now created the center piece of the backrest and almost completed the making process. Step 4 Step 5 Step 6 Step 7 Step 8
  • “All men are designers. All that we do almost all the time, is design, for design is basic to all human acitivity. The planning and patterning of any act toward a desired, foreseeable end constitutes the design process.” Victor Papanek, ‘Design for the Real World’.
  • Company 1 Company 2 Company 3 Product Service Systems Company 4
  • Company 1 Company 2 Company 3 Company 4 Product Service Systems
  • Company 1 Company 2 Company 3 Company 4 Product Service Systems Product Service Systems
  • Networks producing PSS are social networks
  • Connections of Value
  • Network is a reservoir of resources
  • Products/Services
  • Products/Services Experience /Expertise
  • Products/Services Experience /Expertise Success & Failure Case examples
  • Products/Services Experience /Expertise Success & Failure Case examples People
  • Products/Services Experience /Expertise Success & Failure Case examples People Better Product Service Systems
  • Understanding of the value to be gained
  • Understanding of the value to be gained Ability to express their needs clearly
  • Understanding of the value to be gained Understanding of other stakeholders´ expectations Ability to express their needs clearly
  • Thank you. KARIANNE RYGH