Last fall we worked with the Institute for Child Success in Greenville, South Carolina and their key partners to address a shared challenge "How might we disrupt the existing ways of doing things for children so that they and their families might have more opportunities for greater success in school and in life— earlier in their lives?"

The blitz set out to achieve the objectives:

  • Expand the reach of design thinking so more children in South Carolina—and beyond—can benefit from it.
  • Increase the number of people who understand and can apply design thinking to their challenges.
  • Engage the people who can affect policy and funding to bring design thinking to children.
  • Apply next-generation design thinking to improve childhood—and lifetime—success through the positive disruption of our education and healthcare systems.

Check out the video of the event, the ideas generated were legendary!