Design Thinking Script (This Script will be the beginning of my capstone project)please read attachment before making a bid

Reflect on the content covered throughout the entire course.

Utilizing what you learned about design thinking this week, create a script that can be used to create a voice-over presentation or video in Week Six.

Review the Capstone rubric and Capstone: It’s Not Scary slide presentation. Your script should include: This will be a two part assignment, person accepting firts part must be will to accept part two.  You will find complete details attached

  • During this course, I came across x.
  • I see opportunity for improvement at my organization in      x.
  • I might want to focus my capstone on these one to three      areas.
  • How will this relate to the end user? Consider      consumer-centrism.

Click the Assignment Files tab to submit your assignment

Materials

· Capstone Rubric ATTACHED

· Capstone: It’s Not Scary ATTACHED

THEN

Design Thinking” from the Harvard Business Review (HBR) Explainer

Watch the video “Design Thinking” from the HBR Explainer series 

( Video Link: https://hbr.org/video/4443548301001/the-explainer-design-thinking )

Post a response to the following question on separate sheet of paper

  • How will you use      design thinking to begin to brainstorm about your capstone?

You can add at the end of paper I will cut and paste on separate sheet   

  

Part Two Due Oct 2nd

Design Presentation (MY Capstone project 

Create a 5- to 6-slide voice-over presentation or video using your script from Week Five.

  • Incorporate feedback from      faculty and any additional new learnings from the course.
  • Presentation should be 3 to 4      minutes with a clear and professional voice-over presentation of      information.

Cite at least 5 peer-reviewed, scholarly, or similar references.

Format your citations according to APA guidelines.

Subjects covered throughout this class

system thinking locally and on a national level,  the three C’s (Creativity, chaos and complexity), feedback loops, leverage points, different types of traps and opportunities such as Trap of escalation, tragedy of the commons, success to the successful, Drift to low Performance ,and  he trap of Shifting the Burden to the Intervenor among others Flow, Fulfillment, Creativity, and Respect, Gemba walk

Part One Due Sept 25th

Design Thinking Script (This Script will be the beginning of my capstone project)

Reflect on the content covered throughout the entire course.

Utilizing what you learned about design thinking this week, create a script that can be used to create a voice-over presentation or video in Week Six.

Review the Capstone rubric and Capstone: It’s Not Scary slide presentation. Your script should include:

· During this course, I came across x.

· I see opportunity for improvement at my organization in x.

· I might want to focus my capstone on these one to three areas.

· How will this relate to the end user? Consider consumer-centrism.

Click the Assignment Files tab to submit your assignment. 

Materials

· Capstone Rubric ATTACHED

· Capstone: It’s Not Scary ATTACHED

THEN

Design Thinking” from the Harvard Business Review (HBR) Explainer

Watch the video “Design Thinking” from the HBR Explainer series

( Video Link: https://hbr.org/video/4443548301001/the-explainer-design-thinking )

Post a response to the following question on separate sheet of paper

· How will you use design thinking to begin to brainstorm about your capstone?

You can add at the end of paper I will cut and paste on separate sheet

Part Two Due Oct 2nd

Design Presentation (MY Capstone project I will do the voice over)

Dennis I will send you intructors feedback as soon as I receive it

Create a 5- to 6-slide voice-over presentation or video using your script from Week Five.

· Incorporate feedback from faculty and any additional new learnings from the course.

· Presentation should be 3 to 4 minutes with a clear and professional voice-over presentation of information.

Cite at least 5 peer-reviewed, scholarly, or similar references.

Format your citations according to APA guidelines.

Subjects covered throughout this class

system thinking locally and on a national level, the three C’s (Creativity, chaos and complexity), feedback loops, leverage points, different types of traps and opportunities such as Trap of escalation, tragedy of the commons, success to the successful, Drift to low Performance ,and he trap of Shifting the Burden to the Intervenor among others Flow, Fulfillment, Creativity, and Respect, Gemba walk

Capstone Rubric MHA 4


Total: ___/35

Category

Unacceptable (0)

Acceptable (4)

Target (5)

Design Ideas

Develops a capstone project that is not analytical; fails to demonstrate how the ideas for the project were formulated.

Develops an analytical, critical capstone project; demonstrates how the ideas for the project were formulated.

Develops an analytical, critical capstone project; provides a detailed description of how the ideas for the project were formulated.

Research

Lacks awareness of similar work done by others in the field or elsewhere.

Reflects awareness of similar work done by others and provides an acceptable presentation of this synthesis.

Reflects a thorough understanding of similar work done by others and presents an expert presentation of this synthesis.

Choices

Lacks justification of choices within the capstone design and execution – little or no references to functional, social, economic, or environmental considerations

Justifies choices made within the capstone design and execution – reference to functional, social, economic, or environmental considerations

Demonstrates sophisticated justification of choices within the capstone design and execution – reference to functional, social, economic, or environmental consideration

Establishing Criteria

Lacks establishment of criteria for analysis, development, and critique of the topic

Establishes criteria for analysis, development, and critique of the topic

Establishes detailed criteria for analysis, development, and critique of the topic

Implementation

Does not demonstrate evidence of planning and implementing in development of the project

Demonstrates evidence of planning and implementing in development of the project

Demonstrates sophisticated evidence of planning and implementing in development of the project

Professional comportment

Demonstrates poor use of grammar, syntax, and professional presentation to establish and articulate the value of the project

Uses appropriate grammar, syntax, and professional presentation to establish and articulate the value of the project

Demonstrates sophisticated use of grammar, syntax, and professional presentation to establis

This presentation is intended to help you better understand the Capstone– the final project that looms over you throughout the program. Trust me – it’s not scary. In fact, it’s a great way to showcase what you’ve learned. And we want to help you do what other students across the country are doing– so that you can remain competitive, move forward in your career, and do something great.

What is a Capstone?

The concept of a capstone comes to us from architecture– the last stone in a structure that holds everything together. See the image here? That’s a capstone.

For our purposes in academe, a capstone is a student’s culminating project within an academic program. Could be undergrad, could be grad. The intention of a capstone is that it be something you can show off upon graduation– a concrete way of demonstrating what you’ve learned in a way that is industry-relevant and that pushes you forward in your career.

For you, it will be the summary and synthesis of your work here in, the Master’s program– woven together to result in whatever you feel best showcases what you’ve learned. It involves you collecting information and insights across the program, applying what you’re learning in each course to whatever it is you want to come away with when you graduate –

A capstone can be literally anything. It can be an intrapreneurial project that you implement at your current place of business – working with a mentor at your organization who will champion your ideas and help you shape the final product– a new work flow, a new system design, anything you envision needing improvement. This could be presented in a series of flow charts, supported by recorded interviews with individuals frustrated with obstacles to a seamless process. It can be a collaboration with a community group – a plan for healing garden where you work with local architects and secure funding, a business plan to help an animal shelter expand its reach. It could even be a detailed proposal for a new position– for yourself– at your organization or an organization you’ve identified as a great fit. This would require work with HR, benchmarking other similar positions, and garnering support from stakeholders for this new role that you might fill upon graduation. As we will continue to say throughout the program – define “health” broadly.

A capstone also requires support – not just from us on the academic side of things, but also from individuals within your current or desired organization – or whichever place you’re choosing to intervene. You can’t simply walk up to an animal shelter without having introduced yourself or cultivated a relationship – and tell them you want to help them expand. Y