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Getting Busy People to Eat Slower


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Getting Busy People to Eat Slower

  1. 1. Priority Map - Eating Slower Getting Stanford Male Engineering Graduate Students to Eat slower at Dinner Elie Noune Stanford University, December 12, 12
  2. 2. Physical Priority MapWednesday, December 12, 12
  3. 3. Virtual Priority Map...Wednesday, December 12, 12
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  5. 5. Priority Mapping Insights I iterated 3 times to make my ideas more CRISPY. Sorting by impact was very challenging: it’s hard to tell which idea is actually better. I got rid or improved 30% of my initial ideas. It’s a great exercise, pushed me to prioritize ideas and anticipate results.Wednesday, December 12, 12