MindShift Provides Detailed Solutions for School Construction Projects
By David Sand, MindShift.com
Developing innovative solutions to school and school district issues can be as hard as designing your own car.
For every successful project, there are dozens of projects that require that you go back to basics, and know your strengths and weaknesses. There’s no need to be creative or resourceful to do the work on your own. However, if you apply strategic thinking to the process and deliver solutions that are delivered through an organization like MindShift, then you can use your strengths to build and improve schools and districts.
Implementing MindShift’s Strategic Thinking model into school construction projects provides professionals with immediate knowledge of how to apply the model. With an online platform designed to help professional designers to create and conduct business and service projects, you can answer questions about the design process, the role of current and past decision makers, the implications of action or inaction on educational outcomes, the plans, budget, and working methods used, and the structure of the project itself, such as who owns the project, what steps are taken, and the timelines in place.
Once you’ve answered the questions, you will have a solid understanding of the brand image of each project you’re considering and what kind of planning you need to undertake before beginning the project. The website will guide you through the process to provide you with as much information as possible to keep all parties involved, including clients, teachers, and students, informed on key information, which can help expedite design completion.
The learning process from conceptualization to the final design process should be as collaborative as possible to ensure the largest possible group of people benefits from your work. To ensure the potential benefits of this type of teamwork, you should keep the other party informed about your project, whether you’re a client or not. Online resources like this one will help you keep the people who will be impacted by your work informed throughout the design process.
The challenge of implementing MindShift’s Strategic Thinking model into school construction projects can be a time-consuming, complex process with many different silos of the design industry. But the process of receiving information about your project, obtaining a sense of direction from your team, understanding how the entire process will work together, and working together to ensure the success of your project can be found through MindShift’s already established work.