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        3M
       
  Pepsico   Visa
     
 
 

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  Honeywell   Mural
       

 

 

 

dmi:Design Leadership Conference #DLC17

Futureproof by Design

 

Aria
Minneapolis, Minnesota, United States
24-26 September, 2017

 

 

 

Leaders of the future will need to be agile, adaptive, and strategic to create and sustain an innovative, creative, and flexible organizational culture that delivers results in an ever-changing global environment. The dmi:Design Leadership Conference #DLC17 held in the vibrant city of Minneapolis hosted pioneering leaders who are building nimble organizations in government, for-profit, non-profit, public, and private enterprises.

 

During the dmi:Design Leadership Conference, we were honored 14 winners of the 2017 dmi:Design Value Awards. Their compelling and effective design initiatives may be found here.

 

Jeroen Frumau reflects on the insights from both days of “Futureproof by Design” here.

 

As part of DMI’s mission to connect design and innovation leaders across the globe, our organization encourages students to attend our Design Management and Design Leadership conferences. This year, sponsorships from Space150 and Webjunto allowed DMI to host 11 exceptional students from several countries. Graduate and undergrads met with design leaders, attended sessions, and contributed to conference conversations about the future of design. We thank them and recognize their contributions.

 

  • Find a recap of the conference by student award winners Ron Gabay and Francesca Molteni here.
  • Student award winner Felipe Cuellar captured keynote sessions in a series of compelling sketch notes here.
  • Find photos from student award winners Jex Nguyen and Elizabeth Desrosiers here.
  • For more about the student award winners go here.

 

Thank you to everyone that attended, to our distinguished speakers and session leaders, and to our generous sponsors: Target, 3M, PepsiCo, Visa, Honeywell and Mural.

 

 

Sunday, September 24

 

Emerging Leaders Session for Entrepreneurs/Designers/Students

 

In this short program for Emerging Leaders and Young Entrepreneurs Design & Innovation executives from around the world shared their advice and tips on Design, Innovation, Branding, Leadership, Business Planning and the importance of understanding finance

 


 

Monday, September 25

 

Exclusive dmi:Executive Round-Table Sessions

These sessions gave attendees the opportunity to engage in fast-paced small group discussions with senior executives from BCGDV, J&J, GE, 3M, Pepsico, LPK, Carnegie Mellon, VISA, Honeywell International, Ontario College of Art & Design (OCAD), WebJunto on topics of career development & advancement, digital disruption, branding today, political savvy for Design Managers, and Design Management methods & tools.


 
 

The dmi:Design Value Awards Dinner Ceremony

The annual dmi:Design Value Awards (DVA) honored teams that delivered significant value through design or design management practices.

 

See the 2017 Design Value Award winners here.

 

 

Tuesday, September 26

 

 

 

Executive Connections: Field Trip to Target Headquarters

Executive Connections: TARGET

 

On a field trip to Target headquarters, attendees joined tours, interactive sessions, and an exclusive behind-the-scenes look inside the world’s largest design company. A pioneer in design-driven mass retail, we heard from Target executives that lead product design, e-commerce, store design, fashion, and customer experience.

 

 

Monday & Tuesday, September 25-26

   

Keynote Sessions

Global Design and Innovation leaders will discuss the challenges and opportunities facing design management today. With the understanding that we learn best by listening, collaborating and sharing insights, keynote speakers are accessible throughout the conference.

 

     

Giulia Calabretta, PhD
Delft University of Technology

  Mauro Porcini PepsiCo, Inc.  

Ellen Walthour
The BrandLab

 

Marc Jensen
space150

             
     

Roberto Verganti
Politecnico di Milano

 

Jeanne Liedtka
University of Virginia, Darden School of Business

 

Doug Beaudet
Honeywell

 

Steve Dietz
Northern Lights.mn

             
         

Dan Wallace
Co-Author of The Physics of Brand

 

Jeff Sussna
Author of Designing Delivery

       

 

Strategic Design: Key Practices for Boosting Design-led Innovation

Giulia Calabretta, PhD: Assistant Professor, Delft University of Technology; Author, Strategic Design

 

The Business World Needs Design More Than Ever

Mauro Porcini: SVP, Chief Design Officer, PepsiCo, Inc.

 

The BrandLab: A Fearless Conversation About What It Takes To Build A Diverse Industry

Ellen Walthour: Executive Director, The BrandLab

 

VR Today & Tomorrow: How It's Used Today And What The Future Holds For This Amazing Technology

Marc Jensen: Chief Innovation Officer, Managing Partner, space150

 

Overcrowded - Meaningful Design in a World Awash with Ideas

Roberto Verganti: Professor of Leadership and Innovation at the School of Management of Politecnico di Milano

 

Why Design Thinking? Research on Outcomes Produced by Design Thinking in Action Across Sectors

Jeanne Liedtka: Professor, University of Virginia, Darden School of Business

 

The Insights Of Things: How Customer Insights Are The True Enabler Of Connected Enterprises

Doug Beaudet: VP of Global Experience Design, Honeywell

 

Experimenting with Art in the Public Sphere

Steve Dietz: President and Artistic Director, Northern Lights.mnl

 

What DevOps Can Offer DesignOps: Weaving Design Thinking into the Work of the Entire Organization

Jeff Sussna: Author of Designing Delivery: Rethinking IT in the Digital Service Economy

 

Fireside Chat

Roberto Verganti: Professor of Leadership and Innovation at the School of Management of Politecnico di Milano
Mauro Porcini: SVP, Chief Design Officer, PepsiCo, Inc.
Dan Wallace, Co-Author, The Physics of Brand


     
   

Interactive Breakout Sessions

Designers have a bias towards action. Interactive sessions at the Design Management Conference are meant to get you out of your chair and into small group collaborations. You'll meet new people, and work with new tools, new frameworks and in new ways to solve a challenge, discuss an issue, or dig into a "wicked problem."

 

     

Steven Herbst
Amazon Video

  Michael Medlock
Microsoft
 

Vicki Strull
Vicki Strull Design

 

Jeanne Liedtka
University of Virginia, Darden School of Business

             
     

Mariano Suarez-Batten

Mural

 

Arianne Miller
The Lab @ OPM

 

Ana Monroe Fitzner
Office of Veterans Affairs - The Lab @ OPM

 

Sabrina Jetton
Ziba Design

 

 

     

IT'S A TRAP! 3 Remarkably Common UI Traps, and How to Avoid Them in Your Designs

Steven Herbst: Head of Design Research & Planning, Amazon Video
Michael Medlock: Senior User Researcher, Microsoft

 

Customer Experience Leadership

Sabrina Jetton: Creative Director, Ziba Design

 

Sustaining Brand Loyalty - Can Packaging Be a Key?

Vicki Strull: Creative Director, Vicki Strull Design

 

Designing For the Greater Good: Research on Outcomes of Design Thinking in Action Across Sectors

Jeanne Liedtka: Professor, University of Virginia, Darden School of Business
Arianne Miller: Managing Director, The Lab at OPM, U.S. Office of Personnel Management (OPM)


Making Data Visual – For All

Ana Monroe Fitzner: Service Designer, Office of Veterans Experience, The Lab @OPM


Best Practices in Remote Workshop Facilitation

Mariano Suarez Batten, CEO & Founder, Mural

     

 

 

 

 

 

   
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