Stanford d school course prototype
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  • 1. Prototype Exercise
  • 2. Problem Statement • Kirti a young intelligent female and design graduate, needs a means to demonstrate her capabilities so that the company will recognize them
  • 3. Ideas Major • Favorite - Given them 10,000 dollars to make a change in organization • Practical - Have a Safe Box Team– to know true motivations of Employee • Wild : - A 1000 dollar a month program to fund a necessary startup which employee has to start
  • 4. FIRST PROTOTYPE Given them 10,000 dollars to make a change in organization
  • 5. Hello Welcome to the New Employee Power Program • The next set of instructions will get you set for making a positive change to this company • Please Enter your ID Number
  • 6. Please answer a few questions about yourself • Have you had any work experience before (internships included) – Organization Name – Months • Please enter your education details • Personality Questions (To determine Risk Appetite of Person)
  • 7. Based on the Questions answered • Following Projects are recommended from our side – Designing Room H38 to be more environment friendly – Creating a Course To Skill Employees on Design Thinking – Reduce Cost of Production (more than 1%) for product N72 – ….. – ……. • See All available projects • Create a New Project of Change – No Approval Required
  • 8. You Have Selected • Creating a Course To Skill Employees on Design Thinking • The Course Idea was formulated by the Strategy Department – Click here to know people in the department • The Course has an approved budget of – 6000 Dollars • The Course has additional budget of 4000 Dollars, available after approval • Expected Time Period 3 Months • Expectations of Employee • Helpful Resources • Rewards and Bonuses – Confirm This Selection
  • 9. Your Planning Dashboard Manage Budget Planning Chart Available Resources Seek a Mentor Your Research Seek Resources More Options More Options More Options Compliance Requirements
  • 10. SECOND PROTOTYPE A 1000 dollar a month program to fund a necessary startup which employee has to start
  • 11. Hello Welcome to the Employee Startup • The next set of instructions will get you set for making a positive change to this company • Please Enter your ID Number
  • 12. Please answer a few questions about yourself • Have you had any work experience before (internships included) – Organization Name – Months • Please enter your education details • Personality Questions (To determine Risk Appetite of Person)
  • 13. Your Stratup Program Guide • Do You have an Idea for your startup – Yes – No • Read Startup Areas which cannot be ventured into • Read Funding Information • You have 87 Days, before this program is terminated for you
  • 14. Startup Idea Information • Startup Name:- • Startup Description • Are you doing this with Another Partner (Click to Tell us more) • Do you Want to Invest in an Existing Startup (Click to Tell us more) • Have you invested in this before – Yes (Click to Tell us more) – No
  • 15. Startup Guide Manage Budget Create Business Plan Available ResourcesSeek a Mentor Your Research Seek Resources More Options More Options More Options Compliance Requirements Resources For Online Startup Resources For Other Startup Business Plan Guide Seek a Partner Raise more funds Company Funds Employee Funds External Crowd Funds VC/ Angel Investor Funds
  • 16. Monthly Progress Check • The Monthly Funding is Available for 279 more days • Stage – Business Plan – Setting up – Operation – Return – Closure