We have developed and applied a new human centred design tool called ‘Touchline’. Both within Amicus and with our clients we have achieved measurable cultural uplift from using the tool, and it is now ready to share.
In a bootcamp style virtual workshop, you will learn to use ‘Touchline’ by jumping in and getting hands on. You’ll identify a experiential / cultural ‘moment’ that you want to see happen more frequently and reverse engineer this moment to a series of contextual changes across what we call the three ‘Touchlines’ – physical, information flow, and shared understandings. You’ll also learn a visual mapping technique that allow teams to create powerful strategies that sit across the three touchlines and work together to create the moment in question.
‘Touchline’ is a human-centred design tool that can be used in any context to define and drive genuine change. In a school context it can be used by school leaders, teachers, or others to re-imagine a ‘new normal’ for learning and learner experience, for engaging with parents or for any other aspect of school life.
While the Touchline method can be used for depth research and holistic change, this workshop aims to get a single team up and running with the basics of the tool for use in everyday settings to identify and embed change and transformation strategies.
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