Before taking on any project or problem, a Design Thinker has to analyze the situation to try to get an overview and personal insight. A DT is not always going…Continue
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Chris Sherwin, Head of Sustainability at Seymourpowell, discusses the importance of software tools in developing sustainable products, but suggests that sustainable design is so much more, as written in …Continue
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This is the presentation of my new BLOG: I hope you find necessary to talk about this issue as I do.
"CEOs need to take action. The KSF of this Blog is to gaining the trust of CEOs and seniors managers in Designers and Design Thinking by creating confidence by simplifying their access to Design Thinking sources applied to multiple Innovative Business Models and through knowledge, facts and Best Practice related to Designers, Business Model…Continue
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Intent guides the practice of collaborative innovation. What problem do we want to solve? What possibilities do we want to explore? In introducing his blueprint for collaborative innovation, innovation architect Doug Collins suggested applying the Balanced Scorecard as a simple, visual approach to start the conversation around intent. Recent practice with clients has him revisiting this guidance.…Continue
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Hi Dear Colleagues:
I just posted some Design thinking resources and papers, and service design sites.
Let me know if you have new resources, thanks!
CEOs are closer to designers than they think. In addition to design professionals, scientists, artists, architects, engineers ... Who are Design…Continue
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Experience is essential in the practice of Design Thinking and, today, experts are design professionals who have practice DT systematically, being a KSF (Knowledge and Skills Framework) in their professions.
Design Thinking is not a practice learned in a manual nor a textbook: It needs to be internalized. Seriously: does anyone really believe that Design…Continue
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I've been reading a lot lately on the difficulty of simplicity... and the elegance design thinkers can bring to the world through perfecting this discipline. Think of the government or any regulated industry, and complexity abounds!
Creative innovations can take the complex and turn it into simple for the customer. To be sure, this is a difficult task and one you can often overlook while in your own profession. Your experience, baggage and history in what you do often…Continue
Added by Jason Blumer, CPA.CITP on July 14, 2012 at 5:41 — No Comments
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SCAD Savannah is seeking a full-time Professor of Service Design.
The service design program is the newest addition to a progressive platform of programs within the SCAD School of Design that includes interaction design, industrial design, design management and design for sustainability.
SCAD is the first university in the United States to offer B.F.A. and M.F.A. degree programs in service design. With demand for highly strategic service designers on the rise, these…Continue
Added by SCAD Human Resources on July 11, 2012 at 16:17 — No Comments
I am writing a book for Gower, entitled, Getting value from IT projects: an essential guide for business managers.
I would like to find some people to review the first drafts of chapters as I write them. My background is not design, so input from members of this network would be particularly useful. If you want to help, make contact and we can figure out how best to do it. I write on Google Docs, so if you have a Google Account, you can read the…Continue
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