Although IDBM Challenge is now behind us, that hasn’t stopped our students from doing amazing things! In fact, one of them, Leo Lutz, attended Europe’s biggest hackathon, Junction, this November and his team (pictured above) won the third prize in their category. I sat down with Leo and two of his team mates, Eveliina and Anni, and we discussed teams, hackathons, and how does beautiful teamwork look like.
We're currently piloting IDBM Service Project together with Slush, and this series of reflections after each session sheds light on how we as facilitators experience this pilot.
On the one hand, we're documenting this for ourselves - to make sense of what we did and why - and on the other hand, we are also opening up our thought process and execution phase for others to learn.
So hope you'll find these reflections insightful, share them with your friends / colleagues, and get in touch with us if you'd like to find out more about our Nordic Rebels movement that aims at fixing higher education.