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Sensemaking for Impact is available for organisational bookings.
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What does a team need to generate inspired, prioritised insights, and ensure consistently high quality deliverables? Studio D takes a holistic approach to sensemaking to bring the best out of the team on fast paced international research projects.
The masterclass is led by Studio D Founder, Jan Chipchase and draws on his experience of delivering over a hundred projects for multinational corporations, nonprofits and start-ups.
Provides an introduction to the Studio D Sensemaking culture and process. The module includes:
This module shares the Studio D approach to generating evidence based frameworks that inform and inspire. We apply a highly iterative “Framework Darwinism” approach generating frameworks that are true to the data, project goals and have maximum impact on the organisation. The approach works well on cross-cultural teams with diverse experiences and backgrounds.
In a world of unlimited content and opinion, how to cut through the noise to deliver research that inspires and informs? What are the attributes of successful deliverables? Conversely what undermines the research and hinders propagation?
This module shares the Studio D approach going well beyond research decks and reports, to shape the DNA of teams and organisations.
The masterclass will be delivered via Zoom video conferencing with hands-on break out activities—as well as allocated time for conversations drawing on collective wisdom of the participants.
The workshop is for anyone creating products and services for an international audience, including: designers, researchers, insights and innovation teams, in agencies, in-house, local and central government.
The Field Study Fundamentals Masterclass is lead by Jan Chipchase, the founder of Studio D and the author of The Field Study Handbook. He has applied research to product, strategy, brand and communications for twenty years.
Studio D provides discreet research, design and strategy projects for commercial clients with a global remit. He previously founded and built the global research operations practice at frog design, across eight global studios, and started his career in Nokia, where he became Principal Scientist in the Tokyo Research Laboratory.