Each One, Teach One - Kim Goodwin, Cooper

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Kim Goodwin's keynote presentation from IxDA interaction 09 in Vancouver.

Kim Goodwin's keynote presentation from IxDA interaction 09 in Vancouver.

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  • Master Kim taught us that unless you taught your craft, you haven’t mastered it ( slide 49 ). I feel not only must mentors be willing to teach, students MUST be willing to learn. 2 way efforts are better than 1 way from the mentor.
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  • Check the talk out at http://library.ixda.org/node/9 for a better understanding.
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  • [Note: I did not read my talk, so these notes are approximations of what I said] A couple of people have said to me that it’s remarkable how much congruence there is among the talks this weekend. It looks like we’re all very well coordinated, but really, none of us actually had our slides done when we got here. We all listened to John Thackara talk about sustainability on Friday and said, “Oh, that’s good! I’ll build on that!” But in any case, I do think we’re all thinking about a lot of the same things, and my hope this afternoon is to tie some of those big thoughts together and bring them to ground.

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  • 1. Each One, Teach One Kim Goodwin :: Interactions ‘09
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      • “ The rate at which organizations learn may become the only sustainable source of competitive advantage.”
      • ̶ Ray Stata
      • MIT Sloan Management Review
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  • 31. “ Usability Experience Specialist” “ This profession has a hard time agreeing on a name for itself. It's called, for example, user experience specialist, interface designer, information architect, usability practitioner, user-centered design specialist, and usability manager. Whatever you call them, their job is to help ensure that products, especially technical ones, are easy and pleasurable to use.” - U.S. News and World Report
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      • What’s in it for you?
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      • each one
      • teach one
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      • “ We must not, in trying to think about how we can make a big difference, ignore the small daily differences we can make which, over time, add up to big differences that we often cannot foresee.”
      • - Marian Wright Edelman
  • 52. [email_address] Join the conversation at www.cooper.com/journal