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Final presentation systems thinking
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  • 1. SYSTEMS THINKING: A CONCRETEEXPERIENCE WITHIN THE CHARTWELLS FOOD SERVICE SYSTEM Including: Results The Issue: An Introduction Framing Gaps Understanding Solutions Designing Prototype Causes Conclusion By Mary Perotti
  • 2. INTRODUCTIONThe Issue: Actual and Perceived Food Quality
  • 3. FRAMING THE ISSUEThe American Lifestyle The Budget Factory Model Stakeholders
  • 4. RBGS – DRAFT 1 Student Opinion of Food Quality Over Time Present F O O Desired Outcome D Q U A Current Situation L I T Y SEMESTERS
  • 5. Actual Food Quality Based Upon Health/ Nutrition Standards Desired Outcome RBGS – DRAFT 2Actual Food Quality (Nutrition/Health Benefits) Present Current By implementing more local food Student Opinion of Food Quality over Situation and organic foods into the system, the goal is that there will be more F Time Present nutritional and health benefits Desired associated with them, and O Outcome therefore the desired outcome will O be higher. D Q Current Sept Oct Nov Dec Situation U Months in Semester at Green Mountain College A L I T Y SEMESTERS
  • 6. UNDERSTANDING THE PROBLEMPerceptionsStudents Standards
  • 7. DESIGNING A SOLUTIONLeverageTipping PointsAlternativesNudgesJumping Fences
  • 8. PROTOTYPE Core Courses CUA 1211: Introduction to Culinary Arts CUA 1011: Fundamentals of Food CUA 1075: Restaurant Intensives (1 credit each) CUA 2011: Food Policy CUA 3054: Nutrition and Health ENV 3093: The Environmental Professional CUA 4090: Internship in Culinary Arts CUA 2025: Satellite Restaurant Block Course CUA 2023: Cerridwen Farm Participation CUA 2031: Entrepreneurship Choose one of the following lab courses: CHE 1021: General Chemistry I ELA 1017: Introduction to Environmental Chemistry Electives CUA 2060: The History of the Culinary Arts CUA 2061: The Legal System: Food and Policy CUA 2067: Wine and Beverage Studies CUA 2070: Pastry and Dessert Studies CUA 2073: Sustainability Studies SFS 2002: Food Preservation CUA 3023: Accounting CUA 3055: Marketing CAU 4056: Mixology Class (Bartending) CUA 3058: A History of Agriculture CUA 3075: Food Ethics CUA 3057: Plating and Serving CUA 4025: In the Kitchen CUA 3013: Local Food Sourcing CUA 2045: New Venture Creation CUA 3025: Food Ethics CUA 3040: Composting Management CUA 2075: Food Justice
  • 9. CONCLUSIONS Band-Aids Vs Long Term Solutions Biases and Heuristics Immersion Food Standards are Ever ChangingSubjective Vs Objective Food Quality Overall Understanding
  • 10. REFERENCES•• American Heart Association. (2012). Statistical fact sheet. In Nutrition & Cardiovascular Diseases. Retrieved from http://www.heart.org/idc/groups/heart- public/@wcm/@sop/@smd/documents/downloadable/ucm_319591.pdf•• Berger, W. (2010). CAD Monkeys, Dinosaur babies and T-shaped people: Inside the world of design thinking and how it can spark creativity and innovation. New York: Penguin Books.• Brown, T. (2009). Change by design: How design thinking transforms organizations and inspires innovation. New York: Harper Business.• Gladwell, M. (2002). The tipping point: How little things can make a big difference. New York: Little, Brown and Company.• Meadows, Donella H., Thinking in Systems: A Primer. White River Junction, VT: Chelsea Green, 2008.• Mitroff, I. (1998). Smart thinking for crazy times: The art of solving the right problems. San Francisco: Berrett-Koehler Publishers.• NECI. (2012). New england culinary institute (neci) academic programs. Retrieved from http://www.neci.edu/academic-programs• Richmond, B. (2005). An introduction to systems thinking: Stella software. Lebanon, NH: isee Systems, Inc.• Sterman, John D., “Risk Communication on Climate: Mental Models and Mass Balance,” Science 322 (24 October, 2008), 532 – 533.• Thaler, R. H., & Sunstein, C. R. (2009). Nudge: Improving decisions about health, wealth, and happiness. New York: Penguin Books.• Ulmer, G. (2011, February 23). Caloric intake of a normal person. Retrieved from http://www.livestrong.com/article/389267-caloric-intake-of-a-normal-person/•• Zagorsky, J. L. (2012). The freshman 15: A critical time for. Wiley, Retrieved from http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/j.1540-6237.2011.00823.x/pdf•• Images in Farm to Table Section:• (2008). Gmc cerridwen farm. (2008). [Print Photo]. Retrieved from www.greenmtn.edu•• (2010). Culinary Student Image (2010) [Print Photo]. Retrieved from https://www.seattlecentral.edu/wp/seattle-culinary-academy/program-parent-cularts/culinary-arts/•• (2011). Chartwells food system (2011). [Print Photo]. Retrieved from www.greenmtn.edu•• Interviews/Discussion Information:•• Interview with Dave Ondria 11/27/12• Meeting with Center of the Plate Club 12/03/12

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