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Doodle Insights

April 26, 2016 – July 22, 2016

How might we...

  • How might we learn more effectively from each other?
    • How might we develop the habit of sharing our learnings with each other more frequently?
    • How might we share what we’re learning in a useful and light way?


If I share something handwritten to the group about the STP network strategy process once a week without context, then those who already don’t know much about the project will learn enough to care and get up to speed on context and those who already know a lot will reflect on what I share.


Doodle something about the STP network strategy process for 15 minutes once a week, then share the images on group, Creating Conditions.


Shares: Engagement: Up-to-speed time (measured at the end): Possible, periodic quizzes:
  • What am I working on?
  • With whom am I working?
  • What am I doing?
  • What am I learning?


Many things were validated.
  • Can communicate ideas visually without being a skilled artist (I do think visually). Visuals are good succinct  way of communicating ideas
  • If I keep doing it, I’ll get better
  • Surprise: Jodie printing out and framing pictures. Feels like kids’ parents putting up on fridge. Does that mean it helped the team?  If so how much?
  • When exercise a sharing muscle it encourages you to do it even more


Try doing it for another 4 weeks and share it more broadly on Instagram or Twitter. Try internal Miles River experiment, what would happen if we did it regularly What could we do to assess the experiment more rigorously? Automated google form email quiz


What happens when I’ve drawn all the principles? HMW measure shared understanding in MilesRiver through doodles? HMW build our synthesis muscles on MileRiver Team?
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Accountable Eugene
Team Eugene, adrienne, Mark, Alison, Elissa, Jodie
Documents Design + Log
Modified April 20, 2017


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