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dmi:Design Management Conference Europe

The Norwegian Centre for Design and Architecture (DOGA)
DOGA FOUNDATION - HAUSMANNS GATE
Oslo, Norway
19-21 June, 2017
#DMC17

 

Registration Fees for Full Conference Pass: 

Non-Member $1650 USD
Member $1400 USD
Special Offer: Conference Registration + DMI Membership $1700 USD

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Keynote Speaker Sessions

TUESDAY KEYNOTE SESSIONS
     

 

 

Meaningful or Meaningless. It’s Your Choice

Bård Annweiler: Managing Director, Mission
 
The challenge of building successful brands has quietly been undergoing changes in these transformative times. Most brands and businesses have a sense of purpose, but some are more meaningful and profitable than others. Purpose is becoming the distinguishing factor that creates more engaged employees and customers.
 
Our belief in the success of brands that are powered by a meaningful purpose was the backdrop for the launch of “The Mission Report - 2017”. Here we demonstrate that having a purpose has a proven impact to make your company more profitable, and we show how to do it.  
     

 

 

Thor Heyerdahl: the Innovator

Thor Heyerdahl, Jr.: Author, Senior Advisor, The Kon-Tiki Museum
 
Thor Heyerdahl (1914–2002) is one of history’s most famous explorers. In 1947 he crossed the Pacific Ocean on the balsawood raft Kon-Tiki. In Norway, Thor Heyerdahl was the explorer who never gave up, who did what he believed even though ‘everyone’ said it was impossible.
 
Thor Heyerdahl Jr. joined his father on later expeditions. He will share stories about his father, their travels, and his own sustainability work and how he continues his father’s inspirational optimism.

 

For more information:
http://theoslobook.no/2016/08/08/thor-heyerdahl-jr/
http://www.kon-tiki.no/thor-heyerdahl/

     
 

Inclusive Design: Powering Innovation & Social Impact

Rama Gheerawo: Director, Helen Hamlyn Centre for Design; Royal College of Art, Reader in Inclusive Design


Do you want to be more creative? Do you want to evolve your leadership both personally and professionally? Rama Gheerawo brings together inclusive design practice and leadership theory to present an exciting new area for your development – Creative Leadership. This has been evolved using ‘tried and tested’ methods in the field of people-centred design and that of business leadership. Rama will share insights on how to be socially-minded and effective within your business practice.

     

 

Untangling Complexities in Healthcare: Redesigning Breast Cancer Diagnostics

Marie Hartmann: Design Director, Designit Oslo
Andreas Moan: Assistant Director Research and Development, Oslo University Hospital

 

At Oslo University Hospital, it could take up to three months before a woman who discovered a lump in her breast was scheduled an appointment for examination. Andreas Moan and Marie Hartmann will share how the hospital used design methods to drastically rethink the entire referral and diagnostic process. The result was a 90% reduction in waiting time from a patient's first visit with her primary doctor through her final diagnosis at the hospital.

 

 

     

 

dmi:FuturED - Transforming Together
Industry Meets Design Education and the Organization of the Future

Iain Aitchison: (Moderator) Chair DMI Advisory Council and Programme Director, Glasgow School of Art
Lorraine Justice, PhD.: Dean of College of Imaging Arts and Sciences, Rochester Institute of Technology
Kevin Lee: Vice President, Global Head of Design at Visa, Inc.
Prof. Jan-Erik Baars: Head of Design Management, International, Lucerne School of Art & Design (HSLU)
Paul Magee: Director, Industrial Design– Americas, CROWN Equipment Co.

 

All around us the businesses of the 20th century are changing; as new attitudes, technologies and new business models upend traditional organisational models. Against this backdrop, designers around the world are involved in ‘rewiring’ companies from the inside out; helping to rebuild company cultures and competencies to create the products and services of the future. In this context, how should design education and industry work together? And how are design educators and industry partners prototyping new models to suit this era of disruption?

 

In this session, we will hear from leading educators and industry figures at the forefront of these shifts who will debate the future of design education.

 

 

     

 

Learning from B(r)ands
Design Effectiveness: Redesigning the Classical & Avantgarde
Designing Sustained Rock Narratives and Experiences That Matter

Toni-Matti Karjalainen: Academy Research Fellow, Docent, Aalto University School of Business
Tom Morgan: Associate Strategic Director, ANTI Bergen

 

This interactive co-keynote session focuses on music industry that, like many other fields of creative content and entertainment, is undergoing major transformations and interruptions in terms of business logics and customer experience. Many bands, artists, festivals and events, as well as other products of different types, seem to be able to navigate the stormy waters and stay relevant and innovative thanks to strong brand stories, generating authentic fan experiences, and continuous creative outputs. This session consists of two viewpoints: Tom Morgan will present the design effectiveness of their strategic rebrand for the acclaimed Bergen International Festival, the most internationally awarded rebrand in 2014, and Toni-Matti Karjalainen will share selected cases from effective heavy metal and rock music b(r)ands.The brief presentations will be followed by a discussion and Q&A session.

 

     

 

WEDNESDAY KEYNOTE SESSIONS
     
 

Introducing the Ultimate Design Challenge

Alan AtKisson: President & CEO of AtKisson Group & Center for Sustainability Transformation; Author

 

In 2015 the world came to agreement on a set of 17 goals, for the entire planet — the SDGs. But where are the designers? To build the world envisioned by the 17 goals, design will have to be at the heart of the work. 

 

Out of this insight was born the Oslo Manifesto, which calls on designers to think boldly about the SDGs and use them for guidance and creative inspiration. But it is also a global initiative, reaching out to designers of all kinds, so that they can play their role as an essential part of this positive, global transformation. 

     

 

Designing Value for Babies and Business

Kristin Stormanger: Product & Project Director, Stokke
Martin Riber Andersen: Senior Consultant, PARK

 

Kristin Stomanger (Product & Project Director) will in a conversation with Martin Riber Andersen (Senior Consultant, PARK), share her thoughts on how he is transforming design at Stokke to enable to company to operate at a high creative and efficient level. The keynote will give you insight into using design management and to secure the right balance between commercial objectives and very high ambitions for design and technical quality.

 

 

     
 

Design Leadership in Disruptive Times

Christian Bason: CEO Danish Design Centre

 

Organisations, private and public alike, are searching for their next business model. Design offers a set of attitudes, approaches, methods and tools which offer the perhaps most powerful way of transforming elements such as digital technology, artefacts, processes and systems into meaningful solutions for people. However, what does it take for managers to truly engage with design and lead the process of change? Drawing on a new international research project, Christian Bason shares six concrete leadership behaviours that have proven effective in leveraging design to create organisational change and, ultimately, new value to customers and citizens.

     

 

Creating an Engaged and Empowered Workforce Made Sustainable through Design

Ernesto Quinteros: Chief Design Officer of Johnson & Johnson

 

In 2014, Johnson & Johnson – the world’s largest healthcare company – increased investment in design to drive innovation across its three business sectors spanning consumer, pharmaceuticals and medical devices. Equally important was the potential for design to enhance the way its 126,000 employees around the globe engage, collaborate and manage a healthy lifestyle. Ernesto Quinteros will share several programs where J&J Design is partnering with HR, IT, Communications, Health & Wellness and Facilities to elevate the employee experience.

     
 

From Screen to Green:
How management-by-data equips businesses with actionable intelligence to improve operations, and reduce their warehousing sustainability impact.

Mike Gallagher: VP Crown Design, Crown Equipment Co.

 

In a world of “Internet of Things”, connected lift trucks are on the front line. This keynote will give you a glimpse of how Crown Design has influenced a new generation of smarter lift trucks to help product, people and planet.

     
 

Intimate Connection: Innovating User Research + Design

Jeanne Marell: Head of User Insight, Coloplast

 

Coloplast was founded 60 years ago based on the idea of a nurse who wanted to improve her sister’s life post-surgery. While it has always been in the company’s DNA to listen and respond to users, in the last seven years Coloplast has made a step change in innovating user research and design. Jeanne Marell will talk about transforming insights from users with intimate healthcare needs into experiences that improve lives.

     

 

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