Feb 25, 2016 Thursday
Trade School Indy
1125 Brookside Ave
Indianapolis US

For those who have taken Problem Solving 101, on Design Thinking, but wish to further drill down on the issues, expand your thinking on it or get specific feedback, this class will give you an opportunity to share with third-party participants how you applied design thinking to your problem and where you are getting stuck. This is a chance to get direct feedback, outside your organization or effort, from people not invested in any particular outcome. Participants will gain a better understanding of why this “non-investment” is important, the value of multiple perspectives and the nature of “letting go” of the need to manage the process. This small group coaching session will provide you with critical and creative feedback on your designed solution, and, a list of action steps for solution generation or solution implementation.

Bring one of the following:
*I have arranged with Trade School to be the class volunteer
a locally made good/surprise
a one-on-one sewing lesson (email your teacher before class to schedule)
a quality item of vintage clothing from the 60s, 70s or 80s
a quality used or vintage book ((literary, philosophical, cultural topics preferred)
a quality vintage vinyl record from the 60s, 70s or 80s
attend a 45 minute Trade School volunteer training before class
give back to Trade School with a PWYC membership
something else you'd like to offer (my contact info is in the registration email)
the problem you are working on that you can share with the class

About the teacher, Amy Rubin

Amy is a writer, vintage-lover, creative and social entrepreneur. She fights for social justice, against anti-intellectualism and anticipates the coming of a Poetic Economy. She may very well be a Neo Transcendentalist.