In one fine evening, I stumble upon an email about this activity that want to bring Malaysian together one app at a time.
Immediately I’m replying the email with details to participate. My expectation of this event is some kind of brainstorming session on how to break the problems into great ideas.
I wake up as usual hour just like wanted to go to work for that day. I’m expecting to be lost because I hate shah alam because the fact that I will lost.. and lost a bit.
Arriving at DiGi, nearly 9am expecting everybody already busy registering and begin the briefing about the day activity, but all of my expectation happened 1 hour later. And the registration is during the lunch time with some tea.
I think they suppose to be having some tea break in the morning but those information is lost somewhere and the tea and all the karipap carry forward to lunch hour. It’s seem that this is first time they organized it. Oh well, hentam saja lah.. hehe
Brian Laws of FounderLab
Back to the breaking the problems. The speaker of the day was Brian Law of FounderLab. Together with the kit provided, the real challenge begin.
Basically, the secrets is simple enough:
2) How might we .. ?
3) Think of WILD idea to answer step no 2.
1) Problem: Missing today class lecture
2) How might we (HMW question) miss the class but still can listen/watch the lecture?
3) WILD idea: Share pre-recorded lecturer video using mobile phone in single apps.
There is no limitation on how many HMW question to overcome the problem. Then there are also no limitation on how many WILD idea/solution/answers to HMW question.
This method is just another step to structurally align your idea based upon the answer to the question that arise from the problem that you encounter in daily basis.
Well, I learn something from today activity.
Btw, I also submit my simple idea to their portal dgcfc.my. It should be available in 2-3 days time. And you all can vote for it.