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Design solution

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Design solution

  1. 1. Introduction Contributors approach various situations in life and work place with a unique mind set, called contributor’s mindset The first aspect of contributor mindset is contributor willingness and capacity to find solution When he faces a problem he does not only think that “can we find a solution?” but also tries his best to find solution. Thus contributors put their thinking in action plus continuous practice and learning.
  2. 2. Concept exploration Non-contributors are often “rigid” about the procedure or their own way of doing things instead of focusing on the goal Contributors are focused on goals and find legal methods to achieve them within the framework of the system
  3. 3. ? Non-contributors do not consider new possibilities1 in their thinking Contributors consider new / alternate possibilities1 in their thinking
  4. 4.  When Ratan Tata was travelling on road he saw that 4 people where travelling on a single bike.  He thought that this is very risky so he started thinking about an alternate solution.  He think that for a common man it is not affordabel to buy a car so he decided to make a car which can be afforded by a common man  After talking with his Engineers ,he told Engineers to invent a car at the lowest price and its quality.  After many efforts like the body should be made from which material as steel is costly and its design they finally made the car.  This car was named as “NANO” and is also successful.
  5. 5.  Until 1946, milk producers of Kaira district had to travel a long distance to deliver milk to the only dairy, the Polson Dairy in Anand. Often milk went sour as they had to physically carry the milk in individual containers. The traders working with Polson arbitrarily decided the prices depending on the production and the season.  The milk producers were extremely angry with the unfair practices of the traders. Frustrated, under leadership of Tribhuvandas Patel (a local farmer leader), they approached Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel for a solution to their problem.  Vallabhbhai advised them to form Cooperatives, boycott Polson Dairy and start supplying their milk directly to Mumbai State Government instead of routing through Polson Dairy.  Under the guidance of Morarji Desai, the producers in each of the villages in Kaira started forming their own village co-operatives to act as milk collection centres for the entire village. These co-operatives were owned and managed by the producers themselves. As they knew each others’ problems, solutions started emerging through collective thinking  Today, nearly after 65 years from the day the idea of co-operative took root in a small district ofGujarat, Amul has grown to become the largest food producer in the country. It is today jointly owned by 2.8 million milk producers
  6. 6.  Sudha Chandran began dancing at the age of three. Seeing the dedication of the child, her father took her to a famous dance school in Mumbai, ‘Kala Sadan‘, at the age of five. Kala Sadan refused to admit such a young girl. But on seeing her beautiful performance, they gave her a place in the prestigious institution.  On May 2, 1981, the bus Sudha was traveling in met with a serious accident and lost her leg due to gangrene  Sudha didn't give up. She began walking with the help of a wooden leg and crutches, facing severe pain she practiced continuously.  Her confidence revived, on learning about an artificial leg called ”Jaipur leg”. With this, a new round of struggle began. First, she practiced walking. That was hard, but successful, she tried to dance as well. Her leg would often bleed and did not allow her face to reflect her agony. She had mastered all the dance positions.
  7. 7. Bridge construction
  8. 8.  In village, Palanpur, near Kalol, people struggled with floods, and transportation problems. They had to cross the river to reach their homes, especially in rainy season.  They complained to their panchayats to discuss their problems in talukas, but in vain.  So they decided to start making bridge on their own money, despite having financial problems.  When the bridge was about to complete, taluka helped and appreciated them, recognizing their aim.  The bridge was completed in few years, and the problem was solved by the people themselves.
  9. 9. Thomas Alva Edison  He was the greatest inventor of his century, having 1034 patents.  One of the invention was of his “Bulb”.  He tested more than 1000 materials that can help in making of the “filament of the bulb”. He was unsuccessful. He was scolded by his senior.  He replied positively, that there thousand materials that cannot complete a bulb.  Finally, with his dedicated working, he made the first “lamp” that lit the dark.
  10. 10. Henry Ford’s Failures  He was the inventor of the first car in the world, named Ford, after him.  He wasted all his money on his research, from his first investors.  He eventually produced a car, and raised $60,000 but his Detroit Auto company went bankrupt.  He also tried to launch political career, but failed.