The ChangeCube

Hi, Everyone!

On today’s ChangeWorks Analyst webinar, we’ll begin taking a closer look at the “ChangeCube” — a 3-dimensional model of the interaction of the three factors we explore: Ability, Challenge and Importance.

Here’s a link to a little “crafts project” — assembling your own ChangeCube:

ChangeCubeExterior

Print it out on heavy paper or card stock.  Cut out the pieces — and don’t chop off the tabs!  Fold along the lines. Fit the two pieces together and then tape the edges of the cube.

FYI — the tabs meet up with other tabs (people originally used a glue stick instead of tape) and the open edges will turn the top of the cube into a “lid” — something else goes INSIDE of the cube in a later lesson.

On next week’s ChangeWorks Analyst call, we’ll explore the ChangeCube in detail. Please plan to join in.

-T-

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2 Responses to The ChangeCube

  1. Bryan Dilts says:

    Fun little project, but I may have messed it up. When I put it together I got tabs all matching tabs, open sides all matching open sides. Did I mess it up?

    • Hi there —

      Tabs meet up with other tabs (people used a glue stick in the original class instead of tape) and the open edges will turn the top of the cube into a “lid” — something else goes INSIDE of the cube in a later lesson.

      T

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