My Master’s Research Project is now done! It visualizes the causes and effects of poverty with a system model, and visualizes modelling methodology with art photography.
As part of my Master’s degree in
Strategic Foresight & Innovation, I created a “value logic model” to show how a company will make measurable progress towards its strategic goals. Continue reading
Master’s degree course in Systems Thinking, we did a group assignment to create a giant poster known as a synthesis map about alcoholism in Canada.
Are you writing a Strategic Plan for a non-profit organization or government agency? These are the relevant sections to include:
Probably the most useful thing I’ve learned while doing my
Master’s degree is causal loop diagramming, a modelling technique from the Systems Thinking field. Continue reading
For the Foresight course of my Master’s degree in
Strategic Foresight and Innovation, my group forecasted and dramatized scenarios for Canadian agriculture in the year 2050. UPDATE: we won an award! Continue reading
Yesterday I took on a facilitation challenge with my
Master’s degree classmates. We used some interesting frameworks and tools to develop a leadership, culture, capabilities and change agenda for our temporary consulting firm of 4 classmates.
Over the past few months I have made my first few videos! This medium is a more compelling way to convey ideas to clients than traditional reports.
This summer in my Public Policy Design course at
OCADU, we used a human-centric design process to develop proposals to Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada, for better newcomer settlement programs.
This resource flow map is one of
many diagrams I use to visualize a complex system, so as to find patterns that can be systematically automated and improved. Continue reading
This is an example of a Business Function Model that I developed for the City of Toronto’s
Solid Waste Management Services division. Continue reading