There are different ways in which nonprofits are using design thinking in order to solve problems as well as make a big impact. Loving helping others is a good thing, but it can also be a point of weakness for a nonprofit. Reducing work into spreadsheets and the like are things that can take away from the overall charitable mission of the nonprofit, so some neglect to develop that area. There are workshops going on to fix this issue.
- Discussion of Design Thinking and Systems Theory as a way to work with nonprofit organizations.
- Use of custom workshops to work with social sector organizations as they define their purposes and next steps.
- Five tips for how to use Impact Kits which have been sent around the world to assist nonprofits with their needs.
“Once you tightly define your role (or roles) in a system of change, you will better know who you should be working with, what your next service should be, and where the need has shifted to allow you to sunset a project.”
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