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  • GlobalResolve combines these two realities with the Design Aspirations of the New American University. Read slideGlobalResolve started in 2006 as an initiative at ASU in the College of Technology and Innovation and also affiliated with GIOS and the School of Sustainability.GlobalResolve improves the world by building partnerships to create technological, economic, educational and social solutions for villages in the developing world. The results are: 1.New products for the BOP to improve lives 2.New business ventures to build village economies3.Life-changing educational experiences for students.
  • Tec de Monterrey’s Toluca Campus where their design school is situated on the left in front of their business school on the right.The poor town of San Antonio Buenavista is deteriorating with unprofitable corn farms closing but has a beautiful man-made community lake.
  • Collaboration of both Tec and ASU’s CTI and HIDA integrating faculty & students from all three.
  • Graduate Architecture student developing the design of the Restaurant which is a combination organic greenhouse with aquaponic food system.
  • Graduate Design student designing the Restaurant Brand Experience & Interiror.
  • Graduate Visual Communications student designing the Brand Packaging for an Organic Yogurt Product to combat the highly branded high sugar junk food products that plague the community.
  • Most schools in poor rural communities teach science out of textbooks requiring only rote memorization without any hands-on activities due to costs of lab equipment.Graduate Design student with science and teaching background designing affordable and culturally appropriate hands-on science classroom experiment kits.
  • Poor rural communities rarely have access to computers but many do have cell phone connectivity. Graduate Visual Communications student designing an online web education program to be used over future smart phones.
  • The town of SABV only has one small health clinic that servies the 5000+ residents. To lesson the burden on the clinic a graduate ASU Industrial Design student is designing a mobile health clinic business based on Education, Diagniosis and Prevention of the common health problems in the community.
  • The Mazahua have an indigenous tradition of sewing very intricate laced materials and stitched fabrics. An undergraduate Global Studies student with a background in Fashion Design is leading the effort to bring the Mazahua traditions to a global market through the development of fashion goods targeted to the American middle class that leverage the Mazahua culture and indigenous knowledge.
  • The Mazahua Tribe are like our Native Americans but do not have the benefit of a sovereign indian nation & government. The Mazahua live in severe poverty with wood burning cook stoves and many have no access to electricity.
  • In addition to working in the Town of San Antonio Buenavista we are also working with the Indigenous Tribe of the Mazahua about 1.5 hours outside of the town. The Mazahua community is about 12,000 individuals living in the lowest levels of the BoP.

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  • GlobalResolve ™ Resolving Problems in the Developing World One Slice at a Time Dan O’Neill Lecturer & Program ChairTech Entrepreneurship & ManagementCollege of Technology & Innovation @ ASU Polytechic dan.oneill@asu.eduWeb: http://globalresolve.asu.eduEmail: globalresolve@asu.edu
  • GlobalResolveGlobalResolve is a Program at ASUto reduce global poverty by creatingTechnology Solutions for problemsin health, energy and water andgrowing them into CommunityBusiness Ventures in thedeveloping world.
  • The Dean’s Vision of GlobalResolve 14 projects become businesses 75 students go the developing world
  • Curriculum Impact• Create Enterprise Create Enterprise Create Sustainable Communities – Broad topics – Systems Thinking – Design Thinking• Diverse Teams – Any Major: engineering, sustainability, business, global health, etc.• Hybrid Teams – Face-to-Face; Online• Virtual Immersion – Community partners online – Internet Tools • Adobe Connect, Google Docs, Mind Meister, Youtube
  • “Course” Description Technological Entrepreneurship & Management TEM Core 12/8 General Studies Social Entrepreneurship Focus Core: 12/8TEM 310: Systems Innovation - The ProcessTEM 311: Social Entrepreneurship - Models, Process, PolicyTEM 312: Community Appraisal - Study AbroadTEM 313: Design for Impact STEM Core - Create SolutionsTEM 314: Community Energy Systems - WorkshopTEM 315: Global Impact Entrepreneurship - Write a Business PlanTEM 401/2: Projects - Make it Work
  • Govt Univ Ind- ustry Pleasant SurpriseNGO • EGR and other programs require GlobalResolve EGR projects– 202 Design • Result is 300 students And other Programs • Form Hybrid Teams – Result is 400 students • Increase “Local” Projects • Partners: NGOs, Govt, Industry, Nearby Universities
  • Flexible Student Opportunities 1-credit • Objectives to address: Project Course – Multiple Involvement s Opportunities – Flexible Student Involvement 1-credit – Increased Enrollment Project Course s Solution: 1-credit • Flexible 1-credit project courses Project for all students Course s 1-credit Project Course s
  • Community Involvement Univ Ind- ustr • Objectives to address: Gov t y – Community Involvement – Heavy Faculty loadsNG O – Diverse Expertise – Partners and Resources Solution: • Create a Mentor Corps
  • Sustainable Communities • Objectives to address: – Build on Polytech Philosophy – Broaden the View – Increase Impact Solutions: Organic • Technology Entrepreneurship Bicycle Shops Traditional Candy for Repair and Business Organic Rental Milk Performance Sports Training Organic Organic Animal Husbandry Downhill bike route Program to Sustainable Communities Bakery 3. Organic on volcano Organic • Systems Thinking, Modeling, Yogurt Sports Business Organic Foods Sports Micro-Hydro- Street Vendor Community Drinks Electric Turbines Mobility Project (Corporate Sponsored) Organic Aerator to clean Bicycle Project Community Perspective Traditional up Lakes Soccer & Sports • Use-inspired Design Chorizo Bike routes Center Shrimp through SABV Biofuel Farm Aquaponic Food • Prioritize problems Restaurant Bike routes Local System Carpos Bands around lakeside (Carpos) Lake Community Park Aeration Customers • Solve interconnected issues select 1. Lakeside Picnic Foods for Take Out Greenhouse vegetables Open Restaurant for organic EntertainmentOrganic Spice Architecture vegetables Area Farm 2. Restaurant Floating Experience Biofuel Dining 4. Customized Boats Organic School Science Lab Picnic Fruits Farm Area 5. Mobile Device 6. Mobile EDP Learning Health Clinics Community Organic Nutrition Community Microbrewery Education Community Health and Program Education Program Fitness clinic
  • The Entrepreneurial Process: A Typical Methodology Storytelling Triple Bottom Line Management Handout #1 Operations Typical Competition Business Marketing Sales Model Briefing Product/Service Outline Strategy & Impact 15-minute Business Plan Presentation11 © Copyright 2009 Enable Ventures
  • Integrate around How to Integrate? indicators that drive impact Scale down, speed up & Make embed Storytelling sustainability sustainability Triple Bottom Line Management Operations Competition Handout #1 Typical Business assessment and methodologies Marketing Sales Product/Service Plan Briefing Outline data collection for Strategy & Impact part of the entrepreneurial 15-minute Business Plan venture planning Presentation context and execution Include“sustainabilityologists” processes as team members12 © Copyright 2009 Gerald D. O’Neill, Jr
  • System Innovation © 2010-2012, Arizona State University
  • System Innovation Global The System Regional • Environment • Society National • Economy Local Monitored by Sustainability Indicators:The Value Network Environment Society Economy The Venture Partners/Suppliers © 2010-2012, Arizona State University 14
  • System & Sustainability Innovation Levels Sustainability Science Sustainability Policy Sustainable Community DevelopmentSustainability Innovation & Entrepreneurship © 2010-2012, Arizona State University
  • System Innovation Topics• Complexity and Complex Systems• Systems Thinking and System Dynamics• Complex Adaptive Systems• Complex Adaptive Socio-Ecological Systems• Systems Engineering and Earth Systems Eng.• Sustainability Indicators• Sustainability Science & Technology Policy• Local Sustainability Policy• Sustainable Community Development & Strategy• Design, Engineering, Venture Development• Monitoring & Evaluation © 2010-2012, Arizona State University
  • Complexity Ramalingam, B., Jones, H., Reba, T., Young, J. (2007) Exploring the science of complexity: Ideas and implications for development and humanitarian efforts, 2nd Edition, ODI Working Paper 285, London: Overseas Development Institute.17
  • Complex Adaptive Systems Scoones, I., Leach, M., Smith, A., Stagl, S., Stirling, A. and Thompson, J. (2007) Dynamic Systems and the Challenge of Sustainability, STEPS Working Paper 1, Brighton: STEPS Centre.18
  • Scale Cash, D. W., W. Adger, F. Berkes, P. Garden, L. Lebel, P. Olsson, L. Pritchard, and O. Young. (2006) Scale and cross-scale dynamics: governance and information in a multilevel world, Ecology and Society 11(2): 8.19
  • Causal Loop DiagramSource: Osgood (1990) The Fifth Discipline. Doubleday.. NY NY.
  • System Dynamics: Stocks & Flows • Stocks: – Have memory – Change time shape of flows – Decouple flows – Create delaysSource: Systems Dynamics Society (2012) Intro to Systems Dynamics http://www.systemdynamics.org/DL-IntroSysDyn/start.htm.
  • System Dynamics: Behavior thru Time Paths • Families of Time Paths: – Linear – Exponential – Goal-Seeking – Oscillation – S-ShapedSource: Systems Dynamics Society (2012) Intro to Systems Dynamics http://www.systemdynamics.org/DL-IntroSysDyn/start.htm.
  • Systems Engineering Falconbridge, R.I., Ryan, M.J. (2003) Managing Complex Technical Projects: A Systems Engineering Approach. Artech House, Norwood, MA.23
  • And…• Sustainability Indicators• Sustainable Community Development• Sustainable Community Strategy• Design, Engineering, Business Model• Monitoring and Evaluation
  • © 2010-2012, Arizona State University
  • © 2010-2012, Arizona State University
  • © 2010-2012, Arizona State University
  • Project Portfolio Create Sustainable Communities• Domeabra, Ghana, Community of Villages• La Coupe, Haiti, Community of Farmers• Gompers, Community of Disabled Adults, Az• Jaipur, Community of Amputees in India• DOE AIREI, Community of Elders, Navajo• San Antonio Buena Vista, Mexico © 2010-2012, Arizona State University
  • Implementation Methodology & Timeline Phase 1 Phase 2 Phase 3 Phase 4 Phase 5 Conduct in- Design Business Start Up Track Family Track Family field research Concepts with Businesses with Business Business with Community Families Income Income Community Growth of family businesses All 6 projects parallel each other in the 5 phases © 2010-2012, Arizona State University
  • Sustainable Toluca: SABV Mexico’s First Sustainable Townlakes farms town San Antonio Buenavista: 5000+ people living in poverty
  • Tecnologico De Monterrey & SABV Town Campus Toluca
  • Tec de Monterrey – ASU Collaboration + Faculty & Staff Support Undergrad Student Support The Design SchoolProject Leaders: Faculty Mentors:Nathan Korkki, Graduate Student, Architecture, MArch/MSD John H. Takamura Jr.,Elisa Tostado, Graduate Student, Industrial Design, MSD Assistant Professor, The Design SchoolEliazar Coyoc, Graduate Student, Visual Communications Design, MSD Herberger Institute for Design and the ArtsAnumeha Narain, Graduate Student, Industrial Design, MSD Director of Design for GlobalResolve™Bryan Barker, Graduate Student, Visual Communications Design, MSDFarzeneh Eftekhari, Graduate Student, Industrial Design, MSD Dan ONeill,Alison Skabrat, Undergraduate Student, Global Studies Lecturer and Director Technology Entrepreneurship & Mgmt. Program College of Technology and Innovation Director of Entrepreneurship for GlobalResolve™
  • Sustainable Community Development Organic Bicycle Shops Traditional Candy for Repair and Business Organic Rental Milk Performance Sports Training Organic Animal Program Husbandry Downhill Organic bike route Bakery 3. Organic on volcano Organic Yogurt Sports Business Organic Foods Sports Micro-Hydro- Street Vendor Community Drinks Electric Turbines Mobility Project Bicycle Project (Corporate Sponsored) Organic Aerator to clean Community Traditional up Lakes Soccer & Sports Chorizo Bike routes Center Shrimp through SABV Biofuel Farm Aquaponic Food Restaurant Local Bike routes System Carpos Bands around lakeside (Carpos) Lake Community Park Aeration Customers select 1. Lakeside Picnic Foods for Take Out Greenhouse vegetables Open Restaurant for organic EntertainmentOrganic Spice Architecture vegetables Area Farm 2. Restaurant Floating Experience Biofuel Dining 4. Customized Boats Organic School Science Lab Picnic Fruits Farm Area 5. Mobile Device 6. Mobile EDP Learning Health Clinics Community Organic Nutrition Community Microbrewery Education Community Health and Program Education Program Fitness clinic
  • Sustainable Agriculture WorkshopOrganic Greenhouses © 2010-2012, San Antonio Buena Vista
  • SABV Products For Sale © 2010-2012, San Antonio Buena Vista
  • 1st Sustainable Community of MexicoOrange = stands for the sun which provides energy to theEarth and provides warmth to the town. Brown = stands for the earth, which provides food. Green= stands for the plants, the crops produced by the Community. It also stands for the organic perspective. © 2010-2012, San Antonio Buena Vista
  • Sustainable Toluca Project 1Lakeside Floating Restaurant Project: OrganicSlow Food Sustainable Floating Concept Restaurant• Promotes tourism to the town• Regenerates town lakes• Facilitate good nutritional practices• Provides opportunities for franchising Image created by Nathan Korkki
  • Sustainable Toluca Project 2Lakeside Floating Restaurant Experience DesignProject: Organic aquaponics restaurant brand• Engages people with the environment• Educates people about nutrition• Educates people about sustainability• Preserves culturally traditional foods• Franchises can be created in other communities Image found at: www.architizer.com/en_us/projects/view/big-box-agriculture/1452/
  • Sustainable Toluca Project 3Organic Yogurt Project: Sustainable/Organicregular and frozen yogurt healthy food alternatives• Fights obesity in the community• Educates people about nutrition• Educates people about sustainability• Provides an alternative to junk food* Replicable in other communities Image created by Eliazar Coyoc
  • Sustainable Toluca Project 4Customized School Science Lab Project:Sustainable and culturally relevant teachingaids for K-12 education • Provides students with hands-on learning • Low cost using indigenous materials • Customized to existing community resources • Replicable in other communities Image created by Anumeha Narain
  • Sustainable Toluca Project 5Mobile Device Learning Project: A sustainablemobile software platform designed to delivere-learning lessons on a smart phone • Provides affordable education • Low Cost using existing infrastructure • Alternative to expensive computers Image created by Bryan Barker
  • Sustainable Toluca Project 6Mobile EDP Health Clinics Project:Greater access to health services throughEducation, Diagnosis, & Prevention• Provides greater access to health services• Educates the community on health issues• Promotes preventive healthcare• Facilitates early diagnosis of illness• Replicable in other communities Project led by Farzaneh Eftekhary Image found at: http://beyondprofit.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/07/bike-ambulance.jpg
  • Mazahua Indigenous Tribe Project 7• Replicable in other Tribes• Generates income for families• Utilizes Cultural Traditions• Provides business learning opportunitiesIndigenous Fashion Brand Project: LeveragingIndigenous Knowledge and Cultural Skills Project led by Alison Skabrat
  • Mazahua Home Life
  • Mazahua Community Farms
  • Jaipur FootGoal: Characterize current prosthetic and redesignTeam: 4 engineersPartners: Penn State, MIT, BMVSSSponsored by ASME
  • DOE AIREI
  • Community of Navajo Elders
  • System Innovation © 2010-2012, Arizona State University
  • GlobalResolve ™ Resolving Problems in the Developing World One Slice at a Time Dan O’Neill Lecturer & Program ChairTech Entrepreneurship & ManagementCollege of Technology & Innovation @ ASU Polytechic dan.oneill@asu.eduWeb: http://globalresolve.asu.eduEmail: globalresolve@asu.edu