Social Entrepreneurship for Local Change Collaboration Chart
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Get to know each other
- Invest some time in getting to know each other with all the beautiful media we have these days (Facebook, LinkedIn, YouTube, etc.)
- Suggestion 1: send each other a photo-collage of your daily life.
- Consider “Saying Hello! by telephone or Skype
Set up your communication channel(s)
- Facebook group (document exchange is limited)
- E-mail: always working but less personal
- Skype: nice but mostly two-by-two. Explore the possibilities!
- Slack: team-tool with exchange of documents possible
- WhatsApp: if you have a mobile phone number and no document exchange
- Doodle: tool to make appointments
- Google Docs for simultaneous work on group documents
- and use of course this wiki for bringing all information together
Support each other’s learning paths
- Exchange each other’s Learning Goals
- Organize the group according to what people want to learn
- Set up a simple Task Division (revolving chairperson task, etc.)
Be aware of your diversity
- We are from 100 locations in the World!
- That is a huge challenge and a huge learning point (Remember: That is why we do these things in the first place!)
- To break the ice: send each other the worst stereotypes you can think of your country and mark yourself according to this list.
- Be open on things you don’t understand from each other. And do not be shy to ask why?
Design your own Group Rules
- What is not done: no contact, no comments, destructive comments, etc
- What is welcome: quick response, serious responses, criticism in a positive way, etc.
- Etc. - but not more than six rules.
Enjoy being in an international team
- Celebrate the nice results or funny moments!
Design Thinking Tools
- Design Thinking for Social Innovation from the Stanford Social Innovation Review
- Social Innovation article from IDEO
- What is design thinking? short video
- Stanford Design Thinking Virtual Crash Course 80 Minute Video
- Stanfod d.School Methods
- d.School Bootcamp Bootleg
- IDEO Design Toolkit
- DIY Toolkit