CSI-SUII

Day 1 Monday 22.10.12 Lighthouse Glasgow

10.15- 11.00 (45 mins -if get extra 15 mins) Activity: Speed Networking

quick intro from Hazel White with a couple of role play examples (Linda?)

chairs in 2 rows; working in pairs: describe an innovation (big/small) you have seen or done; why/what benefits/find out more.

Write on stickies and share 7 times (check timing).

Participants write up their own project/activity on pre-prepared A4 cards (below). Cards blu-taced up immediately by facilitators for viewing at lunch break.

Room Layout: 2 rows of facing each other as per illustration above.

Equipment: stickies, sharpies A4 profile templates, whistle, timer, blue-tac

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11.45 – 12.45 Actor Mapping (replacing user journey)

Room Layout: banquet style seating approx. 7 tables of 6 people.

Equipment: (per table) A 1 map. 27 Wooden figures, labelling tape, sharpies.

What sort of info. do you gather and how is it stored?

Participants map their own and other roles and relationships onto actor map  using dolly people tape and stickies.

Photograph

14.30 – 15.15 Affinity Mapping

Equipment: stickies, sharpies, tape + large sticky charts or rolls of paper.

image via http://nickremis.com/wp/wp-content/uploads/2011/01/ActorMap.jpg

Translating small group mapping onto a larger map showing involvement before/after. Identifying gaps/strong & weaker connections/areas for potential development

Equipment: stickies, sharpies A4 profile templates, whistle, timer, blue-tac

Equipment: (per table) A 1 map. 27 Wooden figures, labelling tape, sharpies.

Equipment: stickies, sharpies, tape + large sticky charts or rolls of paper.

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