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PSCE2017 drivers needs and requirements - notes for the psce deck

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few notes from IDEO CARDS and ARUP Drivers of Change to support the work of PSCE2017

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PSCE2017 drivers needs and requirements - notes for the psce deck

  1. 1. drivers of change from the idea of Foresight & Innovation at Arup
  2. 2. 2005 • ARUP Publish its firs DRIVERS of CHANGE cards • Duncan Wilson • Anna Maria Orru • Chris Luebkeman • … many others
  3. 3. Business card
  4. 4. Play card
  5. 5. Post card
  6. 6. Post-it Vedi anche “K-J brainstorming method”, by Jiro Kawakita
  7. 7. Exploring Cards
  8. 8. Method cards Definition of the problem Specify needs to be satisfied Find a solution (creativity)Prototype the solution Check of ot works Method cards may be used to inspire the specification of all the NEEDS to make a project innovative and effective
  9. 9. The cards (2003) are divided into four categories: Learn, Look, Ask, and Try (see this site). method cards Method cards may be used to inspire the specification of all the NEEDS to make a project innovative and effective: IDEO CARDS are “people centered”
  10. 10. IDEO Method cards: total 51 https://www.ideo.com/post/method-cards
  11. 11. A nice picture, often ironically, identify a need cathegory and a method to be apply for a more correct design. https://www.ideo.com/post/method-cards
  12. 12. Drivers of Change (2006-2009)
  13. 13. Drivers of Change (2006-…)
  14. 14. ONE card ONE KEYWORD A more detailed title, in very few words One picture May be a text here May be a text here May be a text here May be a text here May be a text here May be a text here or may be not … SAME KEYWORD Text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text giving explanation. text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text TWO faces
  15. 15. ARUP’s drivers of change CARDS • Are very general (five main cathegories of drivers): • SOCIAL • TECHNOLOGICAL • ENVIRONMENTAL • ECONOMIC • POLITICAL
  16. 16. SOCIAL SET – ARUP Drivers 2006 1. Ageing population 2. Communication (languages) 3. Education for all 4. Fear 5. Future household 6. Holistic wellness 7. Identity 8. Literacy 9. Personal productivity 10. Population distribution
  17. 17. TECHNOLOGICAL SET – ARUP Drivers 2006 1. Atomic engineering 2. Biometric ID 3. Biomimetics 4. Biotech society 5. Connected communities 6. Energy infrastructure 7. Preventive care 8. RFID (radio freq.identification) 9. Smart dust 10. Wearable computing Inserire età di facebook, tweeter e alti social
  18. 18. ENVIRONMENTAL SET – ARUP Drivers 2006 1. Aviation equitably taxed 2. Consumption localization 3. Disposable quality goods 4. Ecological footprint 5. Endangered species 6. Energy use 7. Travel 8. Urbanization 9. Waste 10. Water
  19. 19. ECONOMIC SET – ARUP Drivers 2006 1. Airport shopping 2. Containerized cargo 3. China trade 4. Consumer debt 5. Democratization of luxury 6. Digital currency 7. Wealth gap 8. Migration 9. Outsourcing
  20. 20. POLITICAL SET – ARUP Drivers 2006 1. Asianization 2. Compensation culture 3. Ethical investment 4. Global governance 5. Food legislation 6. Pensions 7. Strife 8. Surveillance society 9. Trading blocs 10. The vote
  21. 21. ARUP’s drivers of change CARDS From the five cathegories (2006) • SOCIAL SEED • TECHNOLOGICAL SEED • ENVIRONMENTAL SEED • ECONOMIC SEED • POLITICAL SEED To the 10 CHAPTERS (2009)
  22. 22. ARUP DRIVERS OF CHANGE 2009 «the Drivers of Change program started as a way for our team to help group of professionals articulate what they felt was friving change in their sector … the overarching topics were selected» to make the new, 2009 collection
  23. 23. ARUP DRIVERS OF CHANGE 2009 «… these cards should help you to question the boundaries of the familiar bo that you set around yourself» … CHANGE is challenging, thrilling and INEVITABLE The FUTURE is FICTION: use these cards to help to make a framework for your story
  24. 24. Innovation drivers and performance control tools The PSCE 2017 CARDS
  25. 25. A PSCE task • TO DEVELOP A PSCE2017 DECK realizzare il mazzo di carte PSCE 2017 • Within Easter Holiday we want THE TOPICS to be defined and the desk 95% defined (few refinements later are welcome, of course!) • Each one of you will develop at least one card (authors’ name traced) • The card in the deck will be used by each GROUP, to evaluate the competitor standard and their benchmark. The group will be free to define its goal and priorities among the CARDS’ requirements
  26. 26. MONDAY March 27th la card 1. ACCETTARE O MODIFICARE IL TITOLO (KEYWORD) 2. TROVARE UN’IMMAGINE EVOCATIVA 3. METTERE A PUNTO UN TESTO GENERICO (MA SINTETICO!) DI SPIEGAZIONE della KEYWORD 4. COMINCIARE A PROPORRE COME TRATTARE/MISURARE/rendere oggettiva la valutazione di un SISTEMA COSTRUTTIVO POST- EMERGENZA per quanto riguarda la singola esigenza/obiettivo

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