DAY 19 W 30 OCT AW V. 1.0, 073013
DRY RUN PROJECT EXPERIENCE PRESENTATIONS
“Present succinctly and clearly what you mean. Drop distractions. Listen carefully to questions before answering.”
– Design wisdom
1. Where is your project today?
2. What do others see in your project?
3. Where would you like your project to be?
4. What is your plan to getting there?
4:30-5:00pm: TEAM 1 Critique and discussion
5:00 – 5:30pm: TEAM 2 Critique and discussion
5:30 – 6:00pm: TEAM 3 Critique and discussion
6:00-7::00 pm: Team work session. All general discussion about the course, student expectations, questions, concerns
7:00-7::20pm: Next assignment discussed
7:20pm: CLASS ENDS
REFERENCE & RESOURCES For further exploration: See Arnold Wasserman tumblr posts: http://arnoldswasserman.tumblr.com
Measurable or Observable Knowledge, Skills, Attributes, Ability to Apply, Interpret, Create, Design, Explain, etc. TBD
OTHER REFERENCES & SOURCES TBD
PRESENTATIONS TO CONTAIN THE FOLLOWING CONTENT COMPONENTS AS A MINIMUM.
1. FAMILY OF YOU 2050: Six FUTURE PERSONA PROFILES
2. A SCENARIO NARRATIVE FOR EACH PERSONA IN THE CONTEXT OF ONE OR MORE 2050 BENCHMARK GOALS: Look at Collective Invention PERSONA SCENARIOS as reference.
3. FORCES OF CHANGE PATHWAYS: Each scenario narrative should reflect one or more FORCES OF CHANGE PATHWAYS relevant to your FOCUS FIELD of LEARN, SHARE, OPPORTUNITY. Look back at pathway examples in future strategic scenarios from WBCSD and other international organizations. In particular, remember to look back at the GREEN DENMARK scenarios 2050 GREEN DENMARK SCENARIOS and at all the reference materials under Assignment 8-B on DAY 8.
4. 2050 BENCHMARK GOALS: Each narrative reflects one or more 2050 BENCHMARK GOALS relevant to your FOCUS FIELD. Look back at pathway examples in future strategic scenarios from WBCSD and other international organizations as well as PLAN PGH, EAST LIBERTY PLAN, etc. In particular, remember to look back at the GREEN DENMARK scenarios 2050 GREEN DENMARK SCENARIOS and at all the reference materials under Assignment 8-B on DAY 8.
5. EARLY SIGNALS/FUTURE SIGNS: Each narrative reflects one or more EARLY SIGNALS/FUTURE SIGNS for FORCES OF CHANGE PATHWAYS relevant to your FOCUS FIELD; I.E.: LEARN, SHARE, OPPORTUNITY.
6. LIFE2050PGH3.0: Represent all the above as an experience in a web site or blog or other platform branded with a vision title (e.g.: LEARN2050PGH3.0 – or a better title I am sure you can come up with.) Assume you are A LAB IN THE IDEATE NETWORK authoring this site. Assume your audiences are some combination of the following…you choose your target audiences and have a rationale for why your choice will best amplify, accelerate and scale progress toward your PATHWAY BENCHMARK GOALS; e.g: – Citizens of Pittsburgh in general ? – Residents of your target neighborhoods? – PGH metroregion planners, elected officials, administrators, businesses,? – Venture entrepreneurs, investors, developers, start-ups, incubators, accelerators, collaborators across CMU, PITT, PGH, developing neighborhoods? – Academic institutions; i.e.: CMU, PITT, CREATE LAB, etc? – K-12 educatlon system; i.e: administrators, teachers, students, parents? – Civil associations; i.e.: philanthropies, charities, social organizations, international organizations? – Other metro regions? – The nation?
7. SPEED RESEARCHING INSTRUMENT: You will need a summary top-level version of your EXPERIENCE SCENARIOS as an instrument to take out to do SPEED RESEARCHING on your second EXPEDITIONARY TREK in your target neighborhood. The purpose of this will be to get feedback from neighborhood residents on your 2050 vision scenarios. For next class, please read this paper on Rapidly Exploring Application Design Through Speed Dating