BLOCKPARTY: Sheng-Hung Lee - SHiFT - SHiFT

BLOCKPARTY: Sheng-Hung Lee

For many, Design is the layering of intentional behaviors for living and not just a daily occupation. The term “design thinking” has been intensely adopted throughout the world, but mostly as a systematic process and not necessarily a mindset. But what if it is a way of life, a way of looking at the world, a collection of life skills to better ourselves. What if everyone could enjoy more of life through “Thinking by Design”? It has the potential to be the habitual drive that unlocks meaningful experiences and uncovers hidden value for all.

Join us for a chat with Sheng-Hung Lee, from IDEO and MIT AgeLab, as we discover how a design-focused mindset teaches us how to unlearn habits and reset our perspectives.

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SHiFT Camp: Mishmash

SHiFT / CAMP

Let’s celebrate the incredible diversity of cultures that define and inspire humanity. Society evolves as ever-changing cultures are shared and learned. We enjoy them, we work in them, we travel through them, and we outgrow them. The ability to connect and embrace dozens of different cultures will allow you to be adaptable and stay relevant…. Read More…

SHiFT CAMP - Control + Retreat

Control + Retreat: Alabama

SHiFT / CAMP

The first SHiFT event back in 2013. The magic reset. All you have to do is hold down SHIFT/CONTROL/DELETE to start it all over. But you can’t really delete all that has happened in your life. You can’t just put everything on hold forever. But you can take some time to step away and reevaluate… Read More…

SHiFT LAB - Disruptive Collaboration

Disruptive Collaboration

SHiFT / LAB

Working with the MBA program from Otterbein University, Aether presented a 2-day LAB – Disruptive Collaboration: a primer on lean research and strategy. The intent was to help the MBA students understand the value design has across the organization and provide them with tools for disruptive collaboration. Starting with Aether’s Pre-search™ tool, participants examined how… Read More…