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Design solution

PPT FOR GTU STUDENT IN CPDP.

To Identify how people (contributors) have found solutions to challenges they have faced, and how
they practiced “Designing solutions”.

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Design solution

  1. 1. PROJECT GOAL To Identify how people (contributors) havefound solutions to challenges they have faced, and how they practiced “Designing solutions”.
  2. 2. Faced with a challenge, the Contributor’s firstresponse is : “Can we find a solution?” This isunlike a Non-contributor who may respond tothe challenge by trying a little and giving up,blaming others, or finding excuses to cover upthe issue.But this is not all. The Contributor also finds asolution. In other words, the Contributor developsthe capacity to find solutions through continuouspractice and learning from other Contributors.Concept .
  3. 3. Non-contributors are often “rigid” aboutthe procedure or their own way of doing Conceptthings instead of focusing on the goal Exploration Contributors are focused on goals and find appropriate methods to achieve•I don’t care if we don’t complete on time or the them within the framework of thequality is not good! I follow strict procedures… system. Let us find a way to achieve the goal…
  4. 4. Applicaion Example - 1 Aravind calls itself an “eye care system” as it goes beyond the delivery of pure eye care, to additionally address barriers to accessing care Aravind adopts active rural outreach. It holds “eye camps” in which it registers patients, administers eye examinations, teaches eye care, and identifies people who may require surgery. A surgeon typically performs 150 cataract surgeries every week, six times the number common among Western specialists. To further lower costs, Aravind has created a sister organization to manufacture lenses, drugs etc.
  5. 5. Applicaion Example - 2The rural branch team of a large publicsector bank shares its experience…When I joined as a branch manager inDungripal, I noticed that the largest number ofloan defaulters (called NPAs or non-performingassets) were marginal farmers having verysmall land-holdings.These people were not in a position to repay their crop loans, being at themercy of the climate. As a bank, we had two options — (1) refuse to givethem loans (2) write-off / forget about the loans once given, leading tolosses for the bank.But then the team got together and thought — why can’t we dosomething such that we are able to give them loans AND enable them torepay their loans? Why can’t we find a way to increase their income?
  6. 6. The bank gave the farmers “dairy loans” tobegin dairy production over and above theirregular farming activities. They also enabledthem to learn and set up this new line ofoperation.This opened up an altrnative means of incomefor them that was not weather dependent. - I started with producing 10 L milk. Today I make an annual profit of Rs.50,000/- Now, not only are they repaying their loans on time, moving out of our NPAs list, but many have also approached us for new loans for dairy equipment, thus increasing our business!
  7. 7. REFLECTIONSTo find a solution, this team first defined the end-stateor outcome they sought (i.e. genuinely help this farmercommunity + protect interests of the bank).Then they went all out to find solutions. Their answerwas simple: “find a way to increase their income”. Theentire team then got energized to reach this goal!Through this solution approach all the issues they facedregarding the NPA status of this communitydisappeared.
  8. 8. Thank you

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