@nycfellowship moves to #implementation phase with Operations and Finance

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One of the key features of the PresenTense fellowship curriculum is that it breaks down into three phases: Divergence, Convergence and Emergence – or in Tim Brown’s categories, Inspiration, Ideation and Implementation. The idea behind this comes from the rapid-prototyping approach of IDEO: our entrepreneurs first explore the larger picture around their ventures in inspiration, then zoom in on a business model through ideation, and finally build out their insights during implementation. This week our five fellowships around the world are entering into the last stage, Implementation. Here in the picture, two of our NYC fellows — Josh Nelson and Rabbi Owen Gottlieb — are building their workplan using our favorite tool, post-its.

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