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Observations & Reflections

Some final thoughts about the Design Thinking Action Lab
by

Rob Straker

on 6 September 2013

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Transcript of Observations & Reflections

Observations & Reflections on the
Design Thinking Action Lab

3 Key Takeaways
1. Framing. It's critical to choose a great question. What's a great question? A great question is something that you care deeply about, that has the potential to make a big difference in many people's lives. If it's not important enough, or big enough, you risk not working hard enough to get to an answer.

2. Digging Deep. You need to overcome your fears and discomforts. Maybe you're an introvert and don't like the idea of interviewing people, or you don't think of yourself as a creative type, so the ideation step scares you. Whatever it is, get over it. No matter who you are, just 'doing it' will get you to a rich, rewarding end.

3. Trusting the Process. Many of these things you may have never done before. Don't worry. Work hard, following the instructions, and trust the process. You'll be amazed at the results you can achieve at every step of the way.
My Process Map
Receive Topic
Applying Design Thinking
STEM. We need better ways to encourage students to continue study Science ,Technology , Engineering and Math . Girls drop out of these subjects at an alarming rate. Such a complex, multi-faceted problem could benefit from the Design Thinking approach.
Empathize
& Define
Ideate
Prototype
Test
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