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Building Creative Confidence in Housekeeping & Model making staff at Agastya

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Four of us co-facilitated a design thinking workshop for Housekeeping & Model making staff at Agastya International Foundation, Kuppam in June 2013. This presentation gives a glimpse of the workshop.

Four of us co-facilitated a design thinking workshop for Housekeeping & Model making staff at Agastya International Foundation, Kuppam in June 2013. This presentation gives a glimpse of the workshop.


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  • 1. Building Creative Confidence in Housekeeping & Model making staff at Agastya A Design Thinking workshop at Agastya International Foundation, Kuppam Co-facilitators: Janani Subramanian, Subramanya Shastry (Subbu) , Uday Kumar & Vinay Dabholkar vinay@catalign.com June 2013
  • 2. Outline • Session-1: Team formation, icebreaker, Instructions for field work • Session-2: Introduction to DT process, problem presentations • Session-3: Ideation and Prototyping, Presentations to Dr. Shibu
  • 3. Field work instructions
  • 4. Uday opens the session
  • 5. Ice breaker
  • 6. Problem identification: Field work (photos by participants)
  • 7. Pain of carrying hot tea pots
  • 8. Space problem in painting room
  • 9. Do we really need two people?
  • 10. Introduction to Design Thinking through Wallet/Lunch box design exercise
  • 11. Wallet design exercise
  • 12. Lunch box design exercise What kind of handle should our lunch box have?
  • 13. Ideation / Prototyping
  • 14. Idea generation
  • 15. Could cycle be a solution to tea pot problem? Shantamma struggles for 20 minutes to draw the cycle, Subbu helps
  • 16. Cycle prototype with tea-pot
  • 17. Spacious painting room
  • 18. A better place to wash & dry clothes
  • 19. Presentation to the Management
  • 20. Dr. Shibu appreciates the solutions
  • 21. Thank You