Can we change the world? We are not sure about it, but it may be possible to change a village altogether. If we succeed in doing so, we could do it for another village, and eventually the world can be changed.
세계를 변화시킬 수 있을까? 세계는 모르지만 마을은 변화시킬 수도 있을 것이다. 어떻게 '아래로부터의 디자인씽킹'과 '기회를 바탕으로 행동으로 옮기는' 기업가정신씽킹이 스토리텔링과 연결되어 변화를 만드는지를 보여주는 짤막한 동화.
presented at 2012 Dell Social Innovation Lab in Boston, USA.
HOW TO CHANGE THE VILLAGE
A story about how the three students of School of Social Entrepreneurs could change the village
Once upon a time, there was School of Social Entrepreneurs. Out of thousands of applicants, three best students got accepted. They were: telling, listening and doing.
The name of Master Teacher was Scott. Scott used to say each of his students had very special skills. Whenever the Master mentioned it, Telling, Listening and Doing felt thrilled.
As the village had lots of problems, the three believed that they could change the village very soon. They all were eager to change the village.
One day, three of them thought that they learned enough and could change the village! So they went down to the village, and practiced what they learnt and their skills separately.
Telling said to the village people, “Let me tell you about my solutions are!” But the village people did not pay attention. Telling felt weird because his master told him that he had a special skill to make people immediately join him.
Same happened to listening as well. Listening said. “Now listen to what I am saying” But, people did not listen to him. She also felt complicated because her master once told her that she had a special skill to make people love her.
The other guy Doing also said “Let me do this for you” He thought people would love him because he works for them. However, people looked suspicious and passive. Master used to tell him that he has a special skill to make people work with him.
Feeling complex, each of them all went back to school. The Master got to know this all and gathered his students who got depressed.
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