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Blog 2 Project Plan

Last week, we defined our social issue that we are going to work with. Today, we did a project plan regarding how we actually gonna do that. So, basically as per human centered design, we divided our project into three parts.

  1. Inspiration
  2. Ideation
  3. Implementation

We had a deadline to submit business model by 28 oct. So, we divided like this.

Sep 4 to 25 – Inspiration

Sep 26 – Oct 9 – Ideation

Oct 10 – 23 – Implementation

Oct 24 – 27 – Business model

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Workshop

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Team work

So, first step now for us was to do intense research on our topic. So, by next week, we have decided to collect information and data doing secondary research.

Meet up with Mentor Upamali

We met our Mentor Upamali and it was great to meet with her and have some meaningful conversation. She was so enthusiastic with our project that I feel like we are going in the right direction. I believe with her help we could actually achieve the goal to take part in this competition and that is for me to actually develop the social innovation that will help the youth of western Sydney.

Zoom session with Ashley and other teams

I had  never been to zoom session but today’s zoom session really made me feel like wow because it was so productive that we could actually talk with all other teams who are taking part on this competition and get to know about each other project. The other main learning part was it helped me to think in other way regarding our project because I have never thought before. Well, Ashley was really great and her effort to help us throughout this project is beyond words.

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Niraj Thapa Magar

I believe not just in learning but actually sharing with others.
I am NIRAJ............. an individual who love peace, talk less but listen more and a shy - little bit.
Currently, I am studying Master of Management in CQUniversity, Sydney.
I am exploring my life in order to make it better and to find the genuine purpose of life.

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