People who are hungry, people who like food.
What problem do they have now?
Locating Street Vendor trucks/stands around the city.
How will they react?
Will try the App to help find food (if hungry).
Who wins, who loses?
Consumers get fed, Vendors increase revenue. No one loses.
Who are the actors, who will ‘do the doing’, carrying out your solutions?
People who buy the food will carrying the solution. Vendors who supply the food.
What is the impact on them?
They find more options for food while saving money, Vendors have increased foot traffic and revenue.
How might they react?
What is the process for transforming inputs into outputs?
Vendors will have a profile, there they can update their location and menu selection. People will be able to locate certain vendors thanks to GPS. People will then get fat and say how awesome it was.
What are the inputs? Where do they come from?
What are the outputs? Where do they go?
What are all the steps in between?
Vendors input information on their application profile. Consumers see that and visit them, then comment / rate the vendors on the app.
What is the bigger picture into which the situation fits?
Small business growth.
What is the real problem you are working on?
Feeding people cheap, fast food.
What is the wider impact of any solution?
Increased revenue and less hungry people.
Who is the real owner or owners of the process or situation you are changing?
Can they help you or stop you?
Both, either Vendors can stay on top fo updating their profile and continue to grow, or stop updating and people will stop using due to old information.
What would cause them to get in your way?
Not updating the information on their profile.
What would lead them to help you?
On personal gain, increased sales and popularity.
What are the broader constraints that act on the situation and your ideas?
Number of vendors in the city/area, budget, time.
What are the ethical limits, the laws, financial constraints, limited resources, regulations and so on?
How might these constrain your solution? How can you get around them?
They don’t, we don’t have to.