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Big questions. Global cohort. Little time. How can we accomplish meaningful connection to foster an innovative environment when we can’t be in the same room?
A perk of the virtual work environment is that meetings, workshops, and events can be expanded to stakeholders around the globe. But when you have a diverse group of people gathered to work together, the challenge then becomes how to engage everyone in the conversation. This is what motivates Pedro Michepud Rizzo of Avanade to bring technology to nonprofits so that when working on grand challenges the diversity of thought in the room (or these days, Zoom) can be captured and celebrated.
In this MURAL for Nonprofits webinar, Pedro Michepud Rizzo, strategy advisor at Avanade, joined MURAL’s Ward Bullard and Emma Schnee to share inspiration and engage the MURAL social impact community in a live ideation session.
About Avanade: Avanade transforms the way enterprises and organizations use technology. Avanade has an established corporate citizenship program to assist in technology enablement in the social sector.
Pedro started by sharing how he uses MURAL to amplify #HumanImpact in his workshops. #HumanImpact is a hashtag Avanade embraces and is their purpose in the work that they do. Pedro shared a mural from a design thinking session he led with the UW Evans School of Public Policy and Governance Accelerating Social Transformation program. Explore the mural from the AST design thinking session Pedro led where a cohort from five continents used purpose-driven design to collaborate and bridge networks.
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After sharing some inspiration, Pedro invited audience members to collaborate in MURAL and brainstorm ways to personally enact positive impact on nonprofit organizations. With a timer set for five minutes, panelists added their thoughts and emphasized others’ ideas with icons. Pedro allowed participants to guide where the conversation went next by running a voting session on the ideas they thought to be most promising. Check out the winners below.
Pedro challenged the participants to add action items to achieve each idea that they had voted on. They brainstormed how we can:
For each of these topics, they were able to generate 12+ ideas in less than one and a half minutes. Participants from around the world who had never met before collaborated towards a common goal.
Watch the full replay or dive into the presentation MURAL to gain a deeper understanding of how MURAL can assist in connecting your networks to collaborate and advance your mission.
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