Professor(Dr) Sanjay RoutC-Suite Expert with two decades of experience

Professor Doctor Sanjay Kumar Rout is an International Researcher, Innovator, Speaker, Author, Legal Expert, Coach, Editor, Reviewer, Journalist and Policy Expert, Coach. He is well known and highly respective dignitary in the field of Research Development & Innovation work in major domain of Development Management, Policy Research, Public Policy, Business, Economics, Finance, Law, Social Science, Education, Technology and other Fields. Currently working as COO at Pranabhuti Foundation,he had worked as Chancellor of MV University (Mexico), Research Director of GIBU University (Liberia), Educational Executive Council member of RKU University , CEO of Innovation Solution Lab and Director of ISL Publications. In past he had work with various national International organizations in various leadership’s capacities. Prof. (Dr.) Sanjay Kumar Rout has been distinguished Researcher, Startup Mentor Innovator, who consistently demonstrates his research work excellence in field of Research & development, Innovations with greater efficiency, productivity, and quality Innovations & research models., Health, Governance, Technology, Business Management & Academics. He had received many National / International Fellowship & Awards in several categories for his eminent work in Innovation, Management, Research, Sustainability, and Social Development. He had participated various National/international Summits/Conclave/Seminar/Workshop. He had published 100+ research paper & books.
For his work he had been Honored by many organization as:
Global Influencer in Higher Education Award by CED, GIFT & MSME
Top 50 Global Data & Security Future Thought Leader by Thinkers360
International AOV leadership Award for Research & Innovation Field
World’s Best 50 Future Business & Innovation start-up Thought Leader-2020 by Thinkers360
Pillars of India award by ESN Research
Top 50 Global Thought Leaders & Influencers on COVID-19 Business Impact by Thinkers360
Top 50 Global Thought Leaders & Influencers on Public Relation by Thinkers360
Honored as Literary Lieutenant from Story Mirror
Start-up Mentor from Startup World
Best Innovator MUGU International Foundation
Outstanding Global Scientist (Innovation, Author, Policy & Futuristic Speaker) by NCCHWO
Best Author Award from Story Mirror
Best Young Scientist Award from Global Education and Corporate Leadership Awards
Outstanding Researcher Award from Green ThinkerZ
Indira Gandhi Gold Medal Award by GEPRA
Best Guru Award from GECL
Speaker on Public Health at AIDSCON Summit by Postgraduate Institute of Medical Education and Research
Global Speaker on Research Development at WORM-2020 International Summit by Eudoxia Pvt.Ltd
Best Speaker on Artificial Intelligence at Bhartiya Vidyapeeth

His academic credentials contain different achievements from renowned university /institutions like—NIT, IIM, IIT, University of Pennsylvanian, and University of Washington, Imperial College London, John Hopkins University & others. Including Several achievement’s, he holds, Three bachelors, Three masters , three Ph.D.& D.Sc. (Medicine) , D.Litt (Law) in his academic career. He is an global certified professional from international acclaimed organization like Google,WHO, BCG,World Bank, Amazon,UNICEF, SAS,UN, European Union, IBM, Asian Development Bank, FAO, Cisco, IRCC,GoI,UNDP & others. And he had worked for various global projects in multiple thematic areas.

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Running an effective design critique is crucial for fostering collaboration, refining ideas, and ensuring that design aligns with project goals. Here are steps and tips for conducting a successful design critique with a team of designers and stakeholders:

1. Define Clear Objectives:

Clearly articulate the goals and objectives of the design critique session. What specific aspects of the design are being reviewed? Is it user experience, visual design, or overall concept? Make these objectives known to participants in advance.

2. Establish a Positive Environment:

Create an atmosphere that encourages constructive criticism and open communication. Emphasize that the goal is to improve the design, not to critique individuals.

3. Include Diverse Perspectives:

Ensure that both designers and stakeholders are present. Each brings a unique perspective – designers offer insights into the creative process, while stakeholders provide business and user context.

4. Prepare Materials in Advance:

Share design materials with the team beforehand, allowing participants to review and formulate their thoughts. This ensures a more thoughtful and productive discussion during the critique.

5. Time Management:

Set a specific time limit for the critique to ensure focus and productivity. Typically, 60-90 minutes is a good range. Stick to the schedule to respect everyone's time.

6. Start with Positives:

Begin the critique on a positive note by highlighting successful aspects of the design. This sets a constructive tone and boosts the team's morale.

7. Encourage Specific Feedback:

Encourage participants to provide specific, actionable feedback. Vague or general comments can be challenging to act upon. Ask questions that prompt detailed insights.

8. Follow the "I Like, I Wish, What If" Structure:

Have participants structure their feedback using the "I Like, I Wish, What If" framework. This format helps balance positive feedback, constructive criticism, and creative suggestions.

9. Facilitate Open Discussions:

As a facilitator, guide the conversation but also allow for open discussions among team members. Encourage designers to explain their design decisions, and stakeholders to share their expectations.

10. Use Visual Aids:

Utilize visual aids, such as annotated screenshots or wireframes, during the critique. This helps in pinpointing specific areas of discussion and ensures everyone is on the same page.

11. Capture Action Items:

Document actionable feedback and the agreed-upon changes. Assign responsibilities and timelines for implementing these changes. This ensures that the critique leads to tangible improvements.

12. Foster a Growth Mindset:

Emphasize that critiques are part of the iterative design process and not a judgment of an individual's skills. Foster a growth mindset where feedback is seen as an opportunity for improvement.

13. Reflect and Iterate:

After the critique, take time to reflect on the process. Gather feedback on the critique itself and look for ways to improve the process for future sessions.

By following these steps, you can facilitate a design critique that not only refines the design but also strengthens collaboration within the team and ensures alignment with stakeholder expectations.

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