Ladies and gents! We are almost on the finish line! We no longer count which week into the project – it’s officially a countdown! This week was full of collaboration. At this point we are working with fellow watotos so well – we complement each other like the magical yin-yang of peanut butter and jelly. […]Read more "Week X"
Another big task for this week is reflecting on all the learnings for so far. Because everyone experienced these weeks differently I asked the following questions to everyone in the InterHague team: What did you learn the most from all of the past weeks reflections? Which team blog has had the most impact or has […]Read more "6 weeks of hard work"
Week 6 arrived for our team, on Monday we started fresh and ready for the last 3 weeks of this project. This week is called ‘put it all together’ and that is also what we worked on. Monday was a very good day for both of our teams working for the NGO. Our mixed teams […]Read more "Story board already?"
Half of the time is over, three weeks are left and we are getting closer to our final destination – the video with our solutions and advices for our client, the Stahili Foundation. We are deep into the research now and we have already identified some promising approaches we will follow up on. Perfectly corresponding to this was the topic of the week: Idea […]Read more "Me, We and They."
Last Sunday our Client Services had a face-to-face conversation with Stahili Foundation co-founder Michelle Oliel – detailed review of the conversation will be posted in our blog later this week. She shared a lot of information on challenges the Organization is facing right now. One of our goals this week was to cautiously analyze these […]Read more "Week 4, don’t be afraid of spiders!"
HI PEOPLE! Last week we had struggles organizing efficient work within our group – figuring out each others roles and responsibilities and what input each of us may bring into successful work of our group in general. My team wasn’t really satisfied of my work, but starting from this week I took the management […]Read more "R E F L E C T I O N"
Well, after nearly 5 days of project I have to admit that I’m not yet really into it. At the moment it is still difficult to me to get the whole process, topic and relevance entirely. But I’m sure this state will change as soon as we will meet our clients (Stahili Foundation) the first time […]Read more "4 days, 12 hours, 52 minutes."