Design thinking: The rumors of its death are greatly exaggerated

Found at Enterprise innovation articles. Recently, Bruce Nussbaum declared “design thinking is dead.” As the author of a brand-new book on design thinking, one might reasonably expect me to disagree. So, is design thinking dead? Yes, it’s dead EASY. And yes, it will be dead soon if it doesn’t lead to design doing. I know design thinking is dead easy because I have personally seen so many non-design-trained professionals employ the methods successfully on the first try. Dave Jarrett, a CPA and partner at Crowe Horwath, says: “When you think of design, your mind immediately goes to fashion, and I can’t even pick out two … Continue reading Design thinking: The rumors of its death are greatly exaggerated

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DRUCKER ON THE DIAL: Design Thinking, Collective Action and Peter Drucker

“Drucker on the Dial” host Phalana Tiller interviews authors Roger Martin and James Quigley. And Bloomberg Businessweek online columnist Rick Wartzman delivers a piece on Cisco and “smart growt Photocredit: http://italiancyclechic.com/ Related articles The Drucker Institute to Launch a New Radio Program, “Drucker on the Dial” (prweb.com) Four Points of Wisdom from Peter Drucker (actioncoachatlanta.wordpress.com) Drucker Café Chairs (designmom.com) Olive: Business guru Roger Martin calls for CEO pay reform (thestar.com) Mark Zupan: A Response to Roger Martin on CEO Pay (huffingtonpost.com)

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Design Thinking Is A Failed Experiment. So What’s Next? | Co.Design

Found at Design Thinking Is A Failed Experiment. So What’s Next? | Co.Design. The decade of Design Thinking is ending and I, for one, am moving on to another conceptual framework: Creative Intelligence, or CQ. I am writing a book about Creative Intelligence, due out from HarperCollins in fall 2012, and I hope to have a conversation with the Fast Company audience on this blog about how we should teach, measure, and use CQ. Read more at Design Thinking Is A Failed Experiment. So What’s Next? | Co.Design. Related articles Can Design Thinking Save the Economic Dinosaurs? (futurelab.net) Cranfield University named … Continue reading Design Thinking Is A Failed Experiment. So What’s Next? | Co.Design

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Collaborative Consumption: Drivers, Systems, Implications – Improvisations – MIT Sloan Management Review

Found at Collaborative Consumption: Drivers, Systems, Implications – Improvisations – MIT Sloan Management Review.   Are you familiar yet with Rachel Botsman and her book What’s Mine Is Yours: The Rise of Collaborative Consumption (HarperBusiness, September 2010)? Her talk at TEDxSydney last May is featured at the TED website on thesubpage about “The Rise of Collaboration” (the 15-minute presentation and a transcript are both online here). Time magazine in the Dec 9 issue named her ideas about collaborative consumption and technology-enabled sharing of goods and services one of the top trends of 2010 To be continued at http://sloanreview.mit.edu/improvisations/2011/01/11/collaborative-consumption-drivers-systems-implications/?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=feed&utm_campaign=Feed:+mitsmr+(MIT+Sloan+Management+Review)   Photocredit: bikeladiesunite Related articles Rachel Botsman: The case … Continue reading Collaborative Consumption: Drivers, Systems, Implications – Improvisations – MIT Sloan Management Review

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The new sharing economy

Photocredit: audreyhepburncomplex Related articles Video Interview: Author Rachel Botsman on Leveraging Collaborative Consumption Trends for a More Sustainable Future (triplepundit.com) The Rise of Collaborative Consumption ” emergent by design (fredzimny.wordpress.com) Designing Intuitive Interfaces To Help Conserve Shared Resources – PSFK (fredzimny.wordpress.com) Are social workers sharing on the web? (nechakogal.wordpress.com) Collaborative Consumption: Can Facebook be Eco-Friendly? (blisstree.com) The Rise of Collaborative Consumption (emergentbydesign.com) Rachel Botsman: Goodbye Hyper-Consumption, Hello Collaborative Consumption (huffingtonpost.com) TEDxSydney: Collaborative Consumption Author Presents Compelling Case for 21Century (milkandcookies.com)

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