December 11, 2017 12.00-16.00, 5A14-16

Agenda
Inspirational input: 11*5 minutes (12:00-13:30) including sandwiches
•What is design? Signe, (Laurens), Martin, Jonas

•How can DD engage in the Digitalization research? Morten

•Growth in a period of dimensioning – a new professional master? Minna
•The role of humanities at ITU and DD! Lone, Espen, Torill


•Career tracks and gender! Stine

•About management at DD! Lone

Break with coffee and rhubarb cake

Moving into 2018 together, 2*45 min (13:50-15:20)
•A DD vision and strategy of collaboration, everyday work environment, solidarity in resource sharing, the ‘good colleague’, and contribution to society
•Work in four groups based on 4 themes and parts of Dec 2016 vision * 2 rounds.

Activities in 2018 (15:30-16:00)
•Funding preparation workshop in May?
•Planning seminar in June 6 + 7 (+ shared research day 31 May) Gitte
•How to put together a DD ‘board’ of 4-5 people representing different interests?
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Themes:
A. Collaboration and everyday working life (Stine) - Scrollbar
B. Fear & trust in the modern university (Morten) – 3A01
C. DD’s contribution to society & visibility in society (Gitte) – 3A08
D. Making DD the strongest department at ITU (Jonas) – 3A05


For each theme:
3 issues
2 action points to implement in 2018
Make a poster


Facilitators will inspire, do ‘bridge-building’, write on poster
Use original vision (Dec 2016) as inspiration if needed

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Groups:
1. Luca, Miguel, Erik, Signe, Daniel, Nanna:
• A. Collaboration and everyday working life (Stine) -> D. Making DD the strongest department at ITU (Jonas)
2. (Laurens), Martin, Martina, Mace, Stina, Torill, Rune:
• B. Fear & trust in the modern university (Morten) -> C. DD’s contribution to society & visibility in society (Gitte)
3. Kjell, Espen, Johanna, Maria K, Aske, Louise:
• C. DD’s contribution to society & visibility in society (Gitte) -> A. Collaboration and everyday working life (Stine
4. Hajo, Sanna, Rosemary, Pawel, Minna, Jörn:
• D. Making DD the strongest department at ITU (Jonas) -> B. Fear & trust in the modern university (Morten)