Design thinking lab empathy map & problem statement

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Design thinking lab empathy map & problem statement

  1. 1. How could the transition from school to work be improved?
  2. 2. The Stakeholder
  3. 3. Empathy Map Say Do Think Feel How was the School Life Transition like? Different from expected  Less stressful  Academic vs Companies World  Far away from the real world  Ability to think and raise ideas Try to keep updated Learn new things in order to gain new skills  Listen to the older colleagues  Learn with them and share knowledge  Compare the academic learning with the company way of operating Difficult transition from school to work  Companies should be more present in universities  Universities could do a lot for companies  It is normal to have big expectations after finishing school Difficult to apply theory into practice  Schools and Universities should be more synchronized  Both companies & Schools/Universities must find a win-win zone where they can cooperate and co-create together
  4. 4. Problem Statement Different from expected Schools and Universities should be more synchronized Listen to the older colleagues Universities could do a lot for companies Key Insights Need to link Universities & Companies in new ways Importance to find a Win-Win Zone for both parts involved Redefine the way school to work transition is made The transition from school to work could definitely by improved! ProblemStatementInferences frominsights:

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