HELLO
WE ARE
DESIGN
AT SCALE
Design?
Design > Design Thinking
Different skill sets diagram.ARCHITECT
HUMAN FACTORS
INDUSTRIAL DESIGN
SERVICE DESIGN
ENGINEER
INFORMATION TECHNOL
INTERAC...
Figure out what the community is
good at & where you need support.
Community
management
Synthesis Expert/ end-user
feedbac...
Enable everyone to participate.
10 secs hours
EVALUATE THISEVALUATE THIS Build on this Add your
inspirations
Give feedback.
X
INSPIRATION
CONCEPTING
EVALUATION
COLLABORATION
TOTAL
120 pts
230 pts
50 pts
560 pts
960 pts
Understand what drives people.
MONEY
USER
NEED
SIGNALING
AND CAREER
CONCERNS
LEANING AND
SKILLS DEVELOPMENT
RECIPROCITY
ST...
Understand what drives people.
MONEY
USER
NEED
SIGNALING
AND CAREER
CONCERNS
LEANING AND
SKILLS DEVELOPMENT
RECIPROCITY
ST...
Other benefits
• Less effort for their team (Due
diligence is distributed)
• New unforeseen
collaborations (each team
added...
10 DESIGN CHALLENGES, 5 YEARS.
EACH TACKLING A DIFFERENT
DEVELOPMENT CHALLENGE.
Problem:
Traditional applications for development
favour understood problems & existing ideas.
Amplify approach:
Enable collaboration across traditional silos
Open to anyone
Involves end-user community
Creates dialogu...
DFID
1.More effective research!
2.Quality of ideas improved!
3.Improved selection of ideas
enabling better choices!
4.Increased...
Funded Ideas
A “business-in-a-box” that helps women
in Kenya launch their own in-home
childcare business – providing a safe
space for c...
A peer-to-peer education campaign to
encourage men and boys in Kenya about
preventing gender-based violence. The
curriculu...
Creating a safe space in Mumbai’s red-
light district – one of the city’s most
marginalized communities – where girls
lear...
Working together with an organization in
Nepal, this project seeks to identify and
train female leaders, who in turn provi...
A series of structured life-skills camps
held during school holiday breaks in
Uganda that help girls avoid exploitation,
b...
How might we help
caregivers give their kids
the best start in life?!
Next Challenge
What could an open, collaborative
platform like OI Engine do to help
make policy making more
participative?!
Questions for...
nathan@ideo.com
karolinek@ideo.com
merici@ideo.com
Thanks !
Nathan waterhouse, IDEO presentation at the OPM meeting
Nathan waterhouse, IDEO presentation at the OPM meeting
Nathan waterhouse, IDEO presentation at the OPM meeting
Nathan waterhouse, IDEO presentation at the OPM meeting
Nathan waterhouse, IDEO presentation at the OPM meeting
Nathan waterhouse, IDEO presentation at the OPM meeting
Nathan waterhouse, IDEO presentation at the OPM meeting
Nathan waterhouse, IDEO presentation at the OPM meeting
Nathan waterhouse, IDEO presentation at the OPM meeting
Nathan waterhouse, IDEO presentation at the OPM meeting
Nathan waterhouse, IDEO presentation at the OPM meeting
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Nathan waterhouse, IDEO presentation at the OPM meeting

OPM Meeting 5th August
Published on: Mar 3, 2016
Published in: Government & Nonprofit      
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Transcripts - Nathan waterhouse, IDEO presentation at the OPM meeting

  • 1. HELLO WE ARE
  • 2. DESIGN AT SCALE
  • 3. Design?
  • 4. Design > Design Thinking
  • 5. Different skill sets diagram.ARCHITECT HUMAN FACTORS INDUSTRIAL DESIGN SERVICE DESIGN ENGINEER INFORMATION TECHNOL INTERACTION DESIGN COMMUNICATION DESIGN BUSINESS DESIGN
  • 6. Figure out what the community is good at & where you need support. Community management Synthesis Expert/ end-user feedback Implementation support/ coaching/ grants Framing the Design Challenge RESEARCH 350 contributions IDEAS 205 ideas EVALUATION 20 final ideas REFINEMENT 40 final ideas WINNING IDEAS Announced! IMPACT Ongoing
  • 7. Enable everyone to participate. 10 secs hours EVALUATE THISEVALUATE THIS Build on this Add your inspirations
  • 8. Give feedback. X INSPIRATION CONCEPTING EVALUATION COLLABORATION TOTAL 120 pts 230 pts 50 pts 560 pts 960 pts
  • 9. Understand what drives people. MONEY USER NEED SIGNALING AND CAREER CONCERNS LEANING AND SKILLS DEVELOPMENT RECIPROCITY STATUS FUN AND ENJOYMENT REPUTATION INTELLECTUAL CHALLENGE AUTONOMY PROFESSIONALS AND PERSONAL IDENITY AUTOMONY PROFESSIONAL & PERSONAL IDENTITY REPUTATION RECIPROCITY USER NEED MONEY INTELLECTUAL CHALLENGE FUN & ENJOYMENT LEARNING & SKILLS DEVELOPMENT SIGNALING &CAREER CONCERNS STATUS INTRINSIC MOTIVATIONS EXTRINSIC MOTIVATIONS
  • 10. Understand what drives people. MONEY USER NEED SIGNALING AND CAREER CONCERNS LEANING AND SKILLS DEVELOPMENT RECIPROCITY STATUS FUN AND ENJOYMENT REPUTATION INTELLECTUAL CHALLENGE AUTONOMY PROFESSIONALS AND PERSONAL IDENITY AUTOMONY PROFESSIONAL & PERSONAL IDENTITY REPUTATION RECIPROCITY USER NEED MONEY INTELLECTUAL CHALLENGE FUN & ENJOYMENT LEARNING & SKILLS DEVELOPMENT SIGNALING &CAREER CONCERNS STATUS INTRINSIC MOTIVATIONS EXTRINSIC MOTIVATIONS
  • 11. Other benefits • Less effort for their team (Due diligence is distributed) • New unforeseen collaborations (each team added a new team member from data challenge) • Reduced redundancy • Create a lasting community (less effort in campaigning)
  • 12. 10 DESIGN CHALLENGES, 5 YEARS. EACH TACKLING A DIFFERENT DEVELOPMENT CHALLENGE.
  • 13. Problem: Traditional applications for development favour understood problems & existing ideas.
  • 14. Amplify approach: Enable collaboration across traditional silos Open to anyone Involves end-user community Creates dialogue Encourages iteration Provides support for final ideas
  • 15. DFID
  • 16. 1.More effective research! 2.Quality of ideas improved! 3.Improved selection of ideas enabling better choices! 4.Increased Impact Amplify Learnings
  • 17. Funded Ideas
  • 18. A “business-in-a-box” that helps women in Kenya launch their own in-home childcare business – providing a safe space for children in the community and steady employment for young mothers. Safe space & biz in a box starter!
  • 19. A peer-to-peer education campaign to encourage men and boys in Kenya about preventing gender-based violence. The curriculum will be delivered through soccer clubs and other existing community initiatives. Educating boys through football!
  • 20. Creating a safe space in Mumbai’s red- light district – one of the city’s most marginalized communities – where girls learn life skills and become agents of social change. Pop-up Learning!
  • 21. Working together with an organization in Nepal, this project seeks to identify and train female leaders, who in turn provide information and guidance to other women in their community. Community Concierge!
  • 22. A series of structured life-skills camps held during school holiday breaks in Uganda that help girls avoid exploitation, build self-confidence, and explore their dreams for the future. Life Skills Camp!
  • 23. How might we help caregivers give their kids the best start in life?! Next Challenge
  • 24. What could an open, collaborative platform like OI Engine do to help make policy making more participative?! Questions for you
  • 25. nathan@ideo.com karolinek@ideo.com merici@ideo.com Thanks !

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