SnapShot Learning - Compelling and relevant ideas in five minutes
Posted October 25, 2017 in News
Power of Purpose is the theme this years for the LeadingAge Annual Meeting and Expo in New Orleans, Louisiana, starting October 29 through November 1. c.c. hodgson architectural group is embracing this platform and presenting inspiring and thought-provoking discussions at our booth. Stop by Booth 950 and pick from one of three compelling themes for a dose of SnapShot Learning – in less than five minutes.
Work It! Designing to a Sites Strengths
Whether it’s a seemingly unmanageable ravine, protected wetlands, or a dramatic water feature, inspiration comes from walking a site and envisioning its full potential. What may appear as a difficult site or simply a couple “problems,” can in fact become the defining elements that contribute to your community’s unique character and sense of place. See a couple examples that were successfully designed to a sites’ strength and transformed it into a unique experience.
Designing with Faith
Translating missions into a senior living community is at the essence of not-for-profit sponsors, but even more challenging when it’s a faith-based community. Faith-based organizations reflect a sense of spiritual purpose in their mission statements that often gets lost in the development process even though it’s a fundamental value proposition. Faith-based sponsor involved in the development process are more likely to reflect the spiritual foundation of their mission in the final product.
Reshaping Your Future through Design Thinking and Operational Excellence
When the Harvard Business Review devotes an issue to “The Evolution of Design Thinking,” it is more than a noteworthy trend, it’s acclaimed as a dynamic framework for creative and strategic thinking adopted by corporate leaders. This was the catalyst inspiring EmpathiCare Village, a new model of memory care for Miami Jewish Health that is more than traditional household design, but a much bigger vision of operational excellence rooted in a culture of empathy.