Take It Home
Apply Design Thinking
3 key takeaways/learning
Design
Thinking
Approach
’50
Problems in
50 Days’
Bright
People and
Bright Ideas
Key takeway #1
Before taking this course I really
did not have this kind of
approach. Now when I have to
solve different p...
Key takeway #2
Absolutely amazing project. I have
never seen anything like this.
When you encounter problems, it is
really...
Key takeway #3
This course gave me a chance to
see the problems of school-to-
work transition around the world.
In additio...
My Process Map
Constant feedback to previous parts...
Reflection: Start Small
Going back to job in a week period I think
how to apply design thinking for the program
developmen...
Build on the first ideas
After having formed the problem
statement, me and my team members will
brainstorm, we will think ...
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Take it home

  1. 1. Take It Home Apply Design Thinking
  2. 2. 3 key takeaways/learning Design Thinking Approach ’50 Problems in 50 Days’ Bright People and Bright Ideas
  3. 3. Key takeway #1 Before taking this course I really did not have this kind of approach. Now when I have to solve different problems, I think how to apply design thinking to enhance the process of decision making and get much better results. To me, it is the major takeway. Design Thinking Approach
  4. 4. Key takeway #2 Absolutely amazing project. I have never seen anything like this. When you encounter problems, it is really wonderful to think about related opportunities. Beyond that prototyping some possible solutions is something extraordinary. What I wish is to develop a similiar approach to everyday problems. ’50 Problems in 50 Days’
  5. 5. Key takeway #3 This course gave me a chance to see the problems of school-to- work transition around the world. In addition, I have found some really bright ideas and interesting prototypes designed to address those problems. I’ve learned a lot through these assignments and peer-to-peer interactions. Bright People and Bright Ideas
  6. 6. My Process Map Constant feedback to previous parts...
  7. 7. Reflection: Start Small Going back to job in a week period I think how to apply design thinking for the program development problem. I want to get deep into the underlying problems, understand the situation at my company and what is the most important – I will do my best to define the problems correctly that will direct us to the right pool of solutions.
  8. 8. Build on the first ideas After having formed the problem statement, me and my team members will brainstorm, we will think about plenty of solutions. Evaluation and selection process will follow to choose the most appropriate keys to solving the problem. We will design prototypes on some of the selected solutions. Hopefully, this process will be fruitful and successful.
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