Why do some stories succeed, while others fail? Understand the value of good process and good product.
The following activities will help introduce you to the concepts throughout the chapter. Your teacher will direct you to the activities to complete below.
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How does doing good research relate to you?
You may have heard that sometimes the process is more important than the product, right? Or “trust the process”? Why do we have to do the process before creating the product? Listen two these different perspectives from two established leaders in their field, and why they trusted the process. Sometimes. And sometimes they learned that the process was broken.
Hal Kvisle is a Canadian business icon. He’s been named Canada’s outstanding CEO of the year, received the Canadian Business Leader Award, and has been recognized as one of the 50 most influential executives in the country.
Dr. Harvey Locke is a conservationist, writer, and photographer who is a recognized global leader in the field of parks, wilderness and large landscape conservation. He is co-founder of both the Yellowstone to Yukon Conservation Initiative and the global Nature Needs Half Movement and serves as Chair of the IUCN World Commission on Protected Areas Beyond the Aichi Targets Task Force.
This podcast is featured across all 5 subjects here on Nature Labs. We’re going to show you throughout this unit how each subject links to one another. You might not like art, or science, or English, or social studies – but hey – they are all related. Let’s find out!
Dr. Harvey Locke
🧍🏽🧍🏿♀️/👩🏾💻 WATCH: Select the ONE theme you’d like to learn though. You don’t need to explore them all, just choose the one that interests you the most. The theme you choose will help guide you through the entire unit as you explore one of the following concepts: Economics, Resources, Ethics, Stewardship or Land-Use. Your teacher will decide if you are working on your own or in groups.