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  • Talking Points:In developing countries, doctors overwhelming rely on clinical diagnoses, but clinical examination is unreliable and inaccurate: http://archpedi.ama-assn.org/cgi/content/abstract/154/4/391In Indian clinics, for example, there is a virtual absence of devices to diagnose or treat babies with jaundice. Because kernicterus is highly time sensitive, the ability to treat these patients closer to their homes is critical. During our fieldwork, we learned that in nearly all cases of kernicterus at the urban hospitals we visited, the babies arrived too late for rural areas; they already had irreversible brain damage. In Africa and Asia, where babies’ skin tends to be darker in color, clinical diagnoses is even more difficult, and therefore less accurate. Stories:An estimated 12% of all Indian babies need phototherapy. A government, district hospital in Bihar, which relies almost exclusively on clinical diagnosis, is treating less than half a percent of its newborns with phototherapy.
  • Talking Points:In developing countries, doctors overwhelming rely on clinical diagnoses, but clinical examination is unreliable and inaccurate: http://archpedi.ama-assn.org/cgi/content/abstract/154/4/391In Indian clinics, for example, there is a virtual absence of devices to diagnose or treat babies with jaundice. Because kernicterus is highly time sensitive, the ability to treat these patients closer to their homes is critical. During our fieldwork, we learned that in nearly all cases of kernicterus at the urban hospitals we visited, the babies arrived too late for rural areas; they already had irreversible brain damage. In Africa and Asia, where babies’ skin tends to be darker in color, clinical diagnoses is even more difficult, and therefore less accurate. Stories:An estimated 12% of all Indian babies need phototherapy. A government, district hospital in Bihar, which relies almost exclusively on clinical diagnosis, is treating less than half a percent of its newborns with phototherapy.
  • Talking Points:In developing countries, doctors overwhelming rely on clinical diagnoses, but clinical examination is unreliable and inaccurate: http://archpedi.ama-assn.org/cgi/content/abstract/154/4/391In Indian clinics, for example, there is a virtual absence of devices to diagnose or treat babies with jaundice. Because kernicterus is highly time sensitive, the ability to treat these patients closer to their homes is critical. During our fieldwork, we learned that in nearly all cases of kernicterus at the urban hospitals we visited, the babies arrived too late for rural areas; they already had irreversible brain damage. In Africa and Asia, where babies’ skin tends to be darker in color, clinical diagnoses is even more difficult, and therefore less accurate. Stories:An estimated 12% of all Indian babies need phototherapy. A government, district hospital in Bihar, which relies almost exclusively on clinical diagnosis, is treating less than half a percent of its newborns with phototherapy.
  • Kdc + kbdc kickoff deck v4 2012

    1. 1. KELLOGG DESIGN CLUB
    2. 2. WHO
    3. 3. Leah Marcus Scott Neuner Ned Schneider Ming QuiCo-President Co-President VP Outreach VP Treasury Adrian Ng Yomi Fashoro Bora Kem Eric ChangVP Marketing VP Careers VP Knowledge VP Social
    4. 4. WHAT
    5. 5. designthinking
    6. 6. observation
    7. 7. ideation
    8. 8. prototyping
    9. 9. storytelling
    10. 10. WHY
    11. 11. Design is the last realcompetitive advantage.
    12. 12. AT KELLOGG, YOU’LL DEVELOPAN ANALYTICAL TOOLKIT…
    13. 13. AT KELLOGG, YOU’LL DEVELOPAN ANALYTICAL TOOLKIT… Deductive Reasoning (where’s the “proof”)
    14. 14. AT KELLOGG, YOU’LL DEVELOPAN ANALYTICAL TOOLKIT… Crunching numbers Deductive Reasoning (where’s the “proof”)
    15. 15. AT KELLOGG, YOU’LL DEVELOPAN ANALYTICAL TOOLKIT… “Wow” Charts and death-by- PowerPoint Crunching numbers Deductive Reasoning (where’s the “proof”)
    16. 16. …DESIGN THINKING PROVIDESSYNTHESIS AND BALANCE “Wow” Charts and death-by- PowerPoint Abductive Crunching Reasoning numbers (“what might be”) Deductive Reasoning (where’s the “proof”)
    17. 17. …DESIGN THINKING PROVIDESSYNTHESIS AND BALANCE “Wow” Charts and death-by- PowerPoint Direct observation Crunching numbers Abductive Reasoning Deductive (“what might Reasoning be”) (where’s the “proof”)
    18. 18. …DESIGN THINKING PROVIDESSYNTHESIS AND BALANCE “Wow” Charts and death-by- Storyboarding, PowerPoint prototyping Crunching Direct numbers observation Deductive Abductive Reasoning Reasoning (where’s the (“what might “proof”) be”)
    19. 19. SO YOU CAN BECOME A MOREINNOVATIVE PROBLEM SOLVER ANALYSIS SYNTHESIS
    20. 20. PRODUCTS
    21. 21. SERVICES
    22. 22. OPERATIONS
    23. 23. SOCIAL IMPACT
    24. 24. STRATEGY
    25. 25. WE WANT KELLOGGSTUDENTS TOUNDERSTAND DESIGN AND INNOVATION
    26. 26. NOMATTER THEIRCAREER PATH
    27. 27. MARKETINGCONSULTINGFINANCE NOCPGNON-PROFIT MATTERGENERALMANAGEMENT THEIROPERATIONSHEALTHCAREPRODUCT CAREERDEVELOPMENTACCOUNTING PATH
    28. 28. WE OFFER speaker career classes + workshops series prep resourcesTHROUGHOUT THE YEAR …
    29. 29. JOIN US!learn more at https://kellogg.campusgroups.com/designcheck out the screening of Design & Thinking this Thursdayapply to join the leadership team at http://tinyurl.com/KDC2012
    30. 30. THANK YOU THANK YOU!
    31. 31. THANKCLIENT YOU, SPONSORS:Richard and open 1940: Maurice McDonald a barbeque restaurant 1948: Burgers made with production line principles introduced 1955: Ray Kroc, a milkshake machine salesman, opens a franchise in Des Plaines, IL 1965: Kroc takes the company public and begins period of rapid global expansion
    32. 32. THANKCLIENT YOU, SPONSORS: 31,000 restaurants 119 countries 1.5 million employees 68 million customers… every day billions and billions served
    33. 33. CLIENT
    34. 34. CHALLENGEFrom Ian Olson, Director in McDonald’s Sustainability Group:Use the design method to develop and deliver the concept for aproduct, service, or experience innovation that increases McDonald’s customers’loyalty and use, while addressing the tension between a“simple, easy, enjoyable” customer experience and a goal to reduce waste.
    35. 35. NIRVANA desirability Does the concept address the challenge in a way that appeals to key stakeholders (particularly McDonald’s customers)? Does the concept deliver “extra” benefits? feasibility Does the proposed solution make sense from an operational perspective? Do we believe it will work? Have risks been identified and is a mitigation plan in place? viability What does the business case look like? How achievable is the break even? Does the concept identify novel or incremental revenue streams and/or cost savings? process Were design methods and tools used effectively? Is it evident that high quality user research was conducted? Did the team use iterative prototyping? overall Do the concept and the method of presentation demonstrate creative thinking? Is the concept clear? How persuasive is the presentation (written and oral)?
    36. 36. tue competition kickoffSEP 25 5:15 to 6:15 in 101 team registration due tueOCT 2 by midnight, submit 3-4 names + emails + team name at http://tinyurl.com/KBDC2012 thu workshop one // discovery: design process overview + user research 4 6:30 to 8:30 in 1246 w/ Martha Cotton of gravitytank thu workshop two // development: brainstorming + prototyping for ideation 11 6:30 to 8:30 in 1246 w/ George + Sara Aye of Greater Good Studio, SAIC workshop three // delivery: storytelling + presentation skills thu 6:30 to 8:30 in 1246 w/ Erin Huizenga (EPIC) + Deborah Alden (Design 18 Linguist) wed coaching sessions with KDC leadership 24 all interested participants will be scheduled time to meet with club leadership thu questions for mcdonald’s due 25 by noon, send any questions to Scott; responses will be shared with all teams sun round one submissions dueNOV 4 by noon, send slide deck with draft of final 10-12 min presentation to Scott mon round one results announced 5 by midnight, results and feedback will be sent via email fri coaching sessions 9 finalists will be scheduled 30 minutes to meet with Ian Olson of McDonald’s thu final presentations + networking event w/ design professionals 15 5:30 to 8:30; business casual; open to all challenge participants + supporters
    37. 37. tue competition kickoffSEP 25 5:15 to 6:15 in 101 team registration due tueOCT 2 by midnight, submit 3-4 names + emails + team name at http://tinyurl.com/KBDC2012 thu workshop one // discovery: design process overview + user research 4 6:30 to 8:30 in 1246 w/ Martha Cotton of gravitytank thu workshop two // development: brainstorming + prototyping for ideation 11 6:30 to 8:30 in 1246 w/ George + Sara Aye of Greater Good Studio, SAIC workshop three // delivery: storytelling + presentation skills thu 6:30 to 8:30 in 1246 w/ Erin Huizenga (EPIC) + Deborah Alden (Design 18 Linguist) wed coaching sessions with KDC leadership 24 all interested participants will be scheduled time to meet with club leadership thu questions for mcdonald’s due 25 by noon, send any questions to Scott; responses will be shared with all teams sun round one submissions dueNOV 4 by noon, send slide deck with draft of final 10-12 min presentation to Scott mon round one results announced 5 by midnight, results and feedback will be sent via email fri coaching sessions 9 finalists will be scheduled 30 minutes to meet with Ian Olson of McDonald’s thu final presentations + networking event w/ design professionals 15 5:30 to 8:30; business casual; open to all challenge participants + supporters
    38. 38. tue competition kickoffSEP 25 5:15 to 6:15 in 101 team registration due tueOCT 2 by midnight, submit 3-4 names + emails + team name at http://tinyurl.com/KBDC2012 thu workshop one // discovery: design process overview + user research 4 6:30 to 8:30 in 1246 w/ Martha Cotton of gravitytank thu workshop two // development: brainstorming + prototyping for ideation 11 6:30 to 8:30 in 1246 w/ George + Sara Aye of Greater Good Studio, SAIC workshop three // delivery: storytelling + presentation skills thu 6:30 to 8:30 in 1246 w/ Erin Huizenga (EPIC) + Deborah Alden (Design 18 Linguist) wed coaching sessions with KDC leadership 24 all interested participants will be scheduled time to meet with club leadership thu questions for mcdonald’s due 25 by noon, send any questions to Scott; responses will be shared with all teams sun round one submissions dueNOV 4 by noon, send slide deck with draft of final 10-12 min presentation to Scott mon round one results announced 5 by midnight, results and feedback will be sent via email fri coaching sessions 9 finalists will be scheduled 30 minutes to meet with Ian Olson of McDonald’s thu final presentations + networking event w/ design professionals 15 5:30 to 8:30; business casual; open to all challenge participants + supporters
    39. 39. tue competition kickoffSEP 25 5:15 to 6:15 in 101 team registration due tueOCT 2 by midnight, submit 3-4 names + emails + team name at http://tinyurl.com/KBDC2012 thu workshop one // discovery: design process overview + user research 4 6:30 to 8:30 in 1246 w/ Martha Cotton of gravitytank thu workshop two // development: brainstorming + prototyping for ideation 11 6:30 to 8:30 in 1246 w/ George + Sara Aye of Greater Good Studio, SAIC workshop three // delivery: storytelling + presentation skills thu 6:30 to 8:30 in 1246 w/ Erin Huizenga (EPIC) + Deborah Alden (Design 18 Linguist) wed coaching sessions with KDC leadership 24 all interested participants will be scheduled time to meet with club leadership thu questions for mcdonald’s due 25 by noon, send any questions to Scott; responses will be shared with all teams sun round one submissions dueNOV 4 by noon, send slide deck with draft of final 10-12 min presentation to Scott mon round one results announced 5 by midnight, results and feedback will be sent via email fri coaching sessions 9 finalists will be scheduled 30 minutes to meet with Ian Olson of McDonald’s thu final presentations + networking event w/ design professionals 15 5:30 to 8:30; business casual; open to all challenge participants + supporters
    40. 40. tue competition kickoffSEP 25 5:15 to 6:15 in 101 team registration due tueOCT 2 by midnight, submit 3-4 names + emails + team name at http://tinyurl.com/KBDC2012 thu workshop one // discovery: design process overview + user research 4 6:30 to 8:30 in 1246 w/ Martha Cotton of gravitytank thu workshop two // development: brainstorming + prototyping for ideation 11 6:30 to 8:30 in 1246 w/ George + Sara Aye of Greater Good Studio, SAIC workshop three // delivery: storytelling + presentation skills thu 6:30 to 8:30 in 1246 w/ Erin Huizenga (EPIC) + Deborah Alden (Design 18 Linguist) wed coaching sessions with KDC leadership 24 all interested participants will be scheduled time to meet with club leadership thu questions for mcdonald’s due 25 by noon, send any questions to Scott; responses will be shared with all teams sun round one submissions dueNOV 4 by noon, send slide deck with draft of final 10-12 min presentation to Scott mon round one results announced 5 by midnight, results and feedback will be sent via email fri coaching sessions 9 finalists will be scheduled 30 minutes to meet with Ian Olson of McDonald’s thu final presentations + networking event w/ design professionals 15 5:30 to 8:30; business casual; open to all challenge participants + supporters
    41. 41. tue competition kickoffSEP 25 5:15 to 6:15 in 101 team registration due tueOCT 2 by midnight, submit 3-4 names + emails + team name at http://tinyurl.com/KBDC2012 thu workshop one // discovery: design process overview + user research 4 6:30 to 8:30 in 1246 w/ Martha Cotton of gravitytank thu workshop two // development: brainstorming + prototyping for ideation 11 6:30 to 8:30 in 1246 w/ George + Sara Aye of Greater Good Studio, SAIC workshop three // delivery: storytelling + presentation skills thu 6:30 to 8:30 in 1246 w/ Erin Huizenga (EPIC) + Deborah Alden (Design 18 Linguist) wed coaching sessions with KDC leadership 24 all interested participants will be scheduled time to meet with club leadership thu questions for mcdonald’s due 25 by noon, send any questions to Scott; responses will be shared with all teams sun round one submissions dueNOV 4 by noon, send slide deck with draft of final 10-12 min presentation to Scott mon round one results announced 5 by midnight, results and feedback will be sent via email fri coaching sessions 9 finalists will be scheduled 30 minutes to meet with Ian Olson of McDonald’s thu final presentations + networking event w/ design professionals 15 5:30 to 8:30; business casual; open to all challenge participants + supporters
    42. 42. tue competition kickoffSEP 25 5:15 to 6:15 in 101 team registration due tueOCT 2 by midnight, submit 3-4 names + emails + team name at http://tinyurl.com/KBDC2012 thu workshop one // discovery: design process overview + user research 4 6:30 to 8:30 in 1246 w/ Martha Cotton of gravitytank thu workshop two // development: brainstorming + prototyping for ideation 11 6:30 to 8:30 in 1246 w/ George + Sara Aye of Greater Good Studio, SAIC workshop three // delivery: storytelling + presentation skills thu 6:30 to 8:30 in 1246 w/ Erin Huizenga (EPIC) + Deborah Alden (Design 18 Linguist) wed coaching sessions with KDC leadership 24 all interested participants will be scheduled time to meet with club leadership thu questions for mcdonald’s due 25 by noon, send any questions to Scott; responses will be shared with all teams sun round one submissions dueNOV 4 by noon, send slide deck with draft of final 10-12 min presentation to Scott mon round one results announced 5 by midnight, results and feedback will be sent via email fri coaching sessions 9 finalists will be scheduled 30 minutes to meet with Ian Olson of McDonald’s thu final presentations + networking event w/ design professionals 15 5:30 to 8:30; business casual; open to all challenge participants + supporters
    43. 43. tue competition kickoffSEP 25 5:15 to 6:15 in 101 team registration due tueOCT 2 by midnight, submit 3-4 names + emails + team name at http://tinyurl.com/KBDC2012 thu workshop one // discovery: design process overview + user research 4 6:30 to 8:30 in 1246 w/ Martha Cotton of gravitytank thu workshop two // development: brainstorming + prototyping for ideation 11 6:30 to 8:30 in 1246 w/ George + Sara Aye of Greater Good Studio, SAIC workshop three // delivery: storytelling + presentation skills thu 6:30 to 8:30 in 1246 w/ Erin Huizenga (EPIC) + Deborah Alden (Design 18 Linguist) wed coaching sessions with KDC leadership 24 all interested participants will be scheduled time to meet with club leadership thu questions for mcdonald’s due 25 by noon, send any questions to Scott; responses will be shared with all teams sun round one submissions dueNOV 4 by noon, send slide deck with draft of final 10-12 min presentation to Scott mon round one results announced 5 by midnight, results and feedback will be sent via email fri coaching sessions 9 finalists will be scheduled 30 minutes to meet with Ian Olson of McDonald’s thu final presentations + networking event w/ design professionals 15 5:30 to 8:30; business casual; open to all challenge participants + supporters
    44. 44. tue competition kickoffSEP 25 5:15 to 6:15 in 101 team registration due tueOCT 2 by midnight, submit 3-4 names + emails + team name at http://tinyurl.com/KBDC2012 thu workshop one // discovery: design process overview + user research 4 6:30 to 8:30 in 1246 w/ Martha Cotton of gravitytank thu workshop two // development: brainstorming + prototyping for ideation 11 6:30 to 8:30 in 1246 w/ George + Sara Aye of Greater Good Studio, SAIC workshop three // delivery: storytelling + presentation skills thu 6:30 to 8:30 in 1246 w/ Erin Huizenga (EPIC) + Deborah Alden (Design 18 Linguist) wed coaching sessions with KDC leadership 24 all interested participants will be scheduled time to meet with club leadership thu questions for mcdonald’s due 25 by noon, send any questions to Scott; responses will be shared with all teams sun round one submissions dueNOV 4 by noon, send slide deck with draft of final 10-12 min presentation to Scott mon round one results announced 5 by midnight, results and feedback will be sent via email fri coaching sessions 9 finalists will be scheduled 30 minutes to meet with Ian Olson of McDonald’s thu final presentations + networking event w/ design professionals 15 5:30 to 8:30; business casual; open to all challenge participants + supporters

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