Look what i_ate

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Look what i_ate

  1. 1. Look at What I Ate Contributed by: Ed RubeschLecturer, Thammasat Business School, Thammasat University, Thailand
  2. 2. Look What I Ate… This is a creativity exercise we ran recently at the International MBA Program at Thammasat University in Bangkok, Thailand
  3. 3. Look What I Ate… The title of the exercise is a play on the words create, innovate, motivate, and activate, implying both ideas and action. Students were asked to portray key milestones of their life on their shirts.
  4. 4. Look What I Ate… It was also used as a way to get people (who were all new entrants to the program) to get to know each other. The following day, students had to explain their shirts to each other.
  5. 5. Look What I Ate… To reinforce the eating and doing theme, students also cooked dinner that night…
  6. 6. Look What I Ate…The following slides were used during the exercise…Photos of some of the T-shirts follow.
  7. 7. Look What I Ate…We are what we eat…and this is not just food and nutrients. What we have learned What we have experienced What we have felt People we have met
  8. 8. Look What I Ate… CreateUse all of those “nutrients” succeed (whatever That Make it to help us grow and Do it in a new way Innovate Motivate means!): Want to do it Switch it on Activate
  9. 9. Look What I Ate…Paint your T-shirt.Record the milestones of your life so far… Things that you are Things that make you happy good at Significant events in the last 5, 10, 15, 20, 25, (30?) years People and ideas that have shaped you.
  10. 10. Look What I Ate…You need to wear your T-shirt tomorrow(and in some activities during the future.)Don’t let this inhibit you (be proud!)But think about how you design the visualmessages to tell your story.Feel free to help each other in any way.

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