Bias to Action | Lightning Decision Jam (1 of 6)

Make more effective decisions in a fraction of the time. I am pretty sure my journey to design thinking began in long pointless meetings, so here is a way to avoid them.

Discussion can slow decisions to a snail’s pace (sorry snails!). A lightning decision jam is a process for getting from problems to solutions in 30 minutes. To save you from a long blog describing it step by step, let’s do one!

We will…

  • Identify problems we want to solve in the education space.
  • Pick the problem to take forward,
  • Converting the problem into a ‘How might we…‘ statement and generate ideas to solve it.
  • Vote on the ideas to take forward
  • Assess impact and effort of each idea
  • Identify steps to make the ideas happen in next 2-3 weeks

Identifying Problems

Add a problem facing education to this document. Double click on one of the un-edited post-its (unedited means it shouldn’t have a problem on it already).

Next Time…

We will vote on the problems we feel are worth tackling.

Check back in to vote once the Problem Post-its have been completed. Sign up to the blog to receive updates as I will share the next post once the problems have been completed.

You can also follow me on twitter to keep up with the lightning decision jam.

Enjoy

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