When we walk into a room (including virtual ones) we say that we can feel an atmosphere. What does that mean? How on earth does this thing relate to that thing? How do we know?
How can we use what we feel to provide insight into what organisational systems may be asking of us?
Ever heard or constellations and wondered what they are all about?
Welcome and find out with Michael Thorley, and Arne Van Oosterom, . Building on previous web jams (though no previous experience is necessary) we will balance your work with your direct experience of it in a way that will reveal something - or nothing and all data is information.
We collectively explored our outside environment and surrounding, The WWJ community was exploring their outside environment, physically, visually, audibly and more. Behaviours changed. Conversations became more explorative. Was it through our eyes or your mind?
Cliches and stereotypes - such a pre-covid phenomenon.
Ximena Duran and Mimp Jiamton, our very talented WWJ volunteers, made acknowledge stereotypes, create scenarios which we can of acceptance and better perspectives and formulate more empathic understanding
After more than 6 months of online working and learning, how do you feel about your future learning and development? Would you forecast? Or would you futurecast? Frankie Kok, Business Designer and co - facilitator, Yuen Yen Tsai, Design thinking facilitator, who help us play with the Drivers, the Signals, Future Scenarios and Design Opportunities.
We teased out subjects that we could explore in our next jam sessions. We ideated on topics, guests, methods and anything else your audience wanted to play within our WWJ sandbox. Our Web Jam crew members, Marc Bolick and Ezequiel Williams lead this session by making our audience go through an engaging participatory affinity mapping session.
Our facilitator Arne Van Oosterom, explored how can we embrace empathy, vulnerability and courage which helps create a safe space for teams to excel in an online-only world.
Our guests Lee Kim and Brandon Wetzstein will guide you to explore story listening, and you'll be asked to seek within yourself to find the answers to Tinkering questions
Storytelling is one of the most powerful ways to engage fellow humans and move them to action. Chris Baer helped us bring along the bones of a story that needed to be told — a story about innovation — and he helped the wwj voice it for their stakeholders.
How might we translate the highly interactive, face-to-face educational experience students expect from a liberal arts education into an online environment?
Join Karen Harpp from Colgate University in New York State and Peter Tschirhart from Texas State University to explore some activities and solutions to the many wicked problems created by interactive teaching online. Participants in this week’s session will experience a taste of what it’s like to participate in these classes. Be prepared to stay busy throughout the session!
Arne Van Oosterom and Pedro Janeiro will be facilitating at Wednesday Web Jam No. 28 - You can’t do that! They are partners at DesignThinkers, University lecturers and keynote speakers on innovation, creativity and design thinking. You will be part of an intentionally chaotic experiment leading to why design management needs to promote a stronger balance between allowing business processes and teams to have operational order while safeguarding space for the creation of new services or products. Join us to experience this live!