1. Challenge Statements
Criteria for evaluation:
- Broad - keep your statement broad and general so that you do not limit your opportunities
- Brief - limit the statement to not more than 20 words (i.e. like writing a news headlines)
- Beneficial - the statement must have a positive feel to it, such that benefits could be derived from working on the challenge
For the next part of the lesson, look through your selected/chosen Problem Statement and evaluate them against the set of criteria stated below:
2. Problem Statements
Criteria for evaluation (CI4P):
- Change - What will happen if we do not work on this problem?
- Influence - Is it something within your control? Can you take action?
- Interest - Do you care about the problem and really want to do something about it?
- Imagination - Do you really need a better or new solution than existing ones to the problem?
- Importance - Is it really important for you to work on this task?
- Priority - Is it now the best and most appropriate time to tackle this problem?