“The 6i-model is based on a design thinking approach and is thereby basically built on understanding the users. This further means that 6i is directed on human-centred problems where the method is explorative and wide open to changes during the design process. In contradiction, linear traditional project models are working top-down, with a well-defined problem, a few people that form the solution during planning sessions. Often, they are looking back on past data and old solutions within the field. It is project management in a box, where hopefully it is possible to get a glimpse of what is outside box. In the 6i-model there is no box only an aligning, empathic, creative and explorative foundation for design and development where the model is based on six stages or workstations.” Quoted from the book “Learning Design in Practice for Everybody” by LarsGoran Bostrom
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