Herding Cats
Creating or Expanding Internal Teams
Dedicated to Entrepreneurship
Doan Winkel
Associate Director of Programs...
Your Task: Expectations
What are your expectations today?
Design Thinking
• Mindset – believe you can make a difference
• Process
• Systematic approach to problem solving
• Proces...
Design Thinking
• Start with the present
• Design for the future
Let the past go!
Why Design Thinking?
• It is human-centered (be empathetic)
• It is collaborative (include multiple perspectives)
• It is...
Design Thinking Stages
• Discovery – What is?
• Explore current reality
• Interpretation – What is?
• Deep empathy to und...
Step 1: Define The Challenge
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List topics
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Frame the problem
•
Develop end goals
•
Define measures of success
•
...
Your Task: Define The Challenge
How might we . . . . ?
Discovery & Interpretation
• Begin to create meaningful solutions
• Begin with deep understanding for customer needs
•
H...
Discovery
Customer personas
Who are they?
What are their attributes?
What do they care about?
What do they not care about?...
Ideation
• Deliberate iteration at the intersection of
constraint, contingency, & possibility
• 5 key questions
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•
•
•
•
...
Your Task: Ideation
What’s your Really Big Value Idea?
5 key questions
Who are you?
What are you offering?
Who are you off...
Experimentation
• Bring your ideas to life with prototypes
• Cycle
• Build, share, learn, improve, refine
• Iteration & ...
Your Task: Experimentation
Bring your idea to life
Evolution
• Planning (next steps)
• Documentation
• Building community
Your Task: Evolution
What’s your plan?
How will you build community?
Thank you!
@Trep_Ed
http://www.linkedin.com/pub/doanwinkel/17/221/741
http://www.doanwinkel.com/
http://teachinglean.com/
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Creating Teams Dedicated To Entrepreneurship at Community Colleges

Published on: Mar 3, 2016
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  • 1. Herding Cats Creating or Expanding Internal Teams Dedicated to Entrepreneurship Doan Winkel Associate Director of Programs The George R. and Martha Means Center for Entrepreneurial Studies Illinois State University
  • 2. Your Task: Expectations What are your expectations today?
  • 3. Design Thinking • Mindset – believe you can make a difference • Process • Systematic approach to problem solving • Process to take action when facing a challenge • Structured approach to generating and evolving ideas All about action to approach any challenge!
  • 4. Design Thinking • Start with the present • Design for the future Let the past go!
  • 5. Why Design Thinking? • It is human-centered (be empathetic) • It is collaborative (include multiple perspectives) • It is optimistic (change is possible) • It is experimental (it’s OK to fail)
  • 6. Design Thinking Stages • Discovery – What is? • Explore current reality • Interpretation – What is? • Deep empathy to understand customer motivations & needs • Ideation – What if? • Envision new future by beginning with possibilities • Experimentation – What impacts? • Make choices & get going • Evolution – What works? • Launch!
  • 7. Step 1: Define The Challenge • List topics • Frame the problem • Develop end goals • Define measures of success • Establish constraints How might we . . . . ?
  • 8. Your Task: Define The Challenge How might we . . . . ?
  • 9. Discovery & Interpretation • Begin to create meaningful solutions • Begin with deep understanding for customer needs • How do they frame problems? • What are their mental models? • What are their constraints?
  • 10. Discovery Customer personas Who are they? What are their attributes? What do they care about? What do they not care about? What are their ambitions?
  • 11. Ideation • Deliberate iteration at the intersection of constraint, contingency, & possibility • 5 key questions • • • • • Who are you? What are you offering? Who are you offering it to? Why do they care? Do you have any core technology or competencies?
  • 12. Your Task: Ideation What’s your Really Big Value Idea? 5 key questions Who are you? What are you offering? Who are you offering it to? Why do they care? Do you have any core technology or competencies?
  • 13. Experimentation • Bring your ideas to life with prototypes • Cycle • Build, share, learn, improve, refine • Iteration & choices
  • 14. Your Task: Experimentation Bring your idea to life
  • 15. Evolution • Planning (next steps) • Documentation • Building community
  • 16. Your Task: Evolution What’s your plan? How will you build community?
  • 17. Thank you! @Trep_Ed http://www.linkedin.com/pub/doanwinkel/17/221/741 http://www.doanwinkel.com/ http://teachinglean.com/ http://usasbelaunch.org/

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