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Increase the Value of Design in Your Enterprise

 

 

Facilitators:

 

Carole Bilson

President, Design Management Institute

  

Deb Mrazek

 

Boston, MA: SEPTEMBER 30TH, 2015

 

 

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Design is not just what it looks like and feels like. Design is how it works.

Steve Jobs





 


 

 

The value of design is notoriously difficult to define, tough to measure, and hard to isolate as a function, making it challenging to support a business case for strategic investment in the design operation.

Recognizing the challenge, DMI developed a system of universal tools and frameworks called The Design Value System (DVS). It consists of the Design Value Index (DVI), the Design Value Map, and the Design Maturity Matrix.  The three tools combine to form a system that helps articulate the value of becoming a design-focused organization, maps where design adds value, and benchmarks the maturity of the design function. 

 

This is a high-level overview seminar to familiarize design, business, and innovation leaders with the Design Value System.

 

Attendees will learn:

  • The metrics and best-in-class criteria behind the Design Value Index
  • How to apply the Design Value Map to pinpoint where design adds value across the entire organization.
  • How to use the Design Maturity Matrix to benchmark the maturity of the function and identify gaps.

Who should attend:

  • Design Leaders
  • Business Leaders
  • Innovation Leaders

Agenda:


The day includes light breakfast, lunch and breaks.
There will be facilitated opportunities for networking and peer interaction.

 

Day 1: 8:30am - 5:00pm

  • Opening and peer introductions
  • Introduction to the DMI Design Value Index measurement criteria and best practices.
  • Introduction to the Design Value Map- a tool to chart the functional areas in which design adds value.
  • Introduction to the Design Maturity Matrix- a tool to asses the maturity of the design organization
  • Using the Design Value Tools to facilitate high-level discussion and formulate business cases for new initiatives
  • Closing

 

Location:

Sonesta Hotel
Boston, MA


HOTEL:
Guest rooms are available at a discounted rate at the Royal Sonesta Hotel, on the Charles River in Cambridge MA.

The hotel offers guests spectacular city views, luxury accommodations, regional cuisine, and contemporary art.

 
Reservations
Individuals should make their own reservations online on this page.  Or use the conference code 1017DMI015, in the group/meeting code section of the reservations page.  By telephone, call 617.806.4200 and reference "Design Management Institute Fall 2015 Conference". 

Reservations must be received on or before 11:59pm EDT on Tuesday, September 8, 2015 to qualify for the discounted group rate.


Boston, MA: September 30, 2015



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about our facilitator:

Carole Bilson is the current President of DMI.  Prior to that role, Carole was president of Strategic Change & Innovation, an organization whose mission was to provide strategic and operational guidance to managers and executives wishing to create organizational change, utilizing design thinking and innovation. Her clients included Fortune 500 corporate companies as well as small and mid-size organizations, educational institutions and non-profits.

Prior to this she was the Vice President, Global Design & Usability & Technology Support Operations at Pitney Bowes. Her team consisted of visual and industrial designers, information architects/ Human Factors engineers, front-end software developers, engineers. Under Carole’s leadership, the department received 12 international Design Awards and was awarded 49 patents. She spearheaded an innovation project for the division that resulted in product launch for Apple App Store.

Prior to Pitney Bowes Carole worked at the Eastman Kodak Company, in various Product Development and Marketing Management roles, and holds two patents. She holds a BFA in Industrial Design & Graphic/Visual Design from the University of Michigan and program certifications from Dartmouth College, Amos Tuck School, and the University of California at Berkeley.  She is a member of IDSA, and is a frequent speaker at conferences and symposia worldwide. 

 

 

PROFESSIONAL EDUCATION Sponsors:

 

     
             
Digital Garage
IIT Institute of Design
WorkHouse NYC
PhilaU

 

 

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