Models and frameworks enable us to recognize multiple perspectives and thereby to better understand situations in order to work with them more effectively. Rather than providing answers, models and frameworks reveal the various dimensions to any set of circumstances fostering improved discernment and choice-making.
As a practitioner, where do you turn when you are really ‘stumped’ by a design conundrum? This is a unique opportunity to bring a burning question that you have just not been able to design into or resolve for yourself. … Continue reading →
Source: http://www.sas2.net/ …listed in “Skillful Means” (under “English download” – which is a document) A Socratic Wheel, also termed ‘Spider Web’, can be used to evaluate and rate one or several elements or alternatives (i.e., current project goals, options to … Continue reading →
When making ‘choices’ or ‘decisions’, it is quite common for people to recognize only two options as being available: it is either this or that. The same tends to also be the case when making ‘legitimate excuses’ for not being … Continue reading →
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Design for “the designer” — the first designing opportunity! How do you design for what emerges…and for when things are messy or unexpected? Design for Designers is “a co-laboratory” process for those of you who are looking for a means … Continue reading →