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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

One Day Conference Registration Available

 

 

Register Here

 

 

The Design Management Conference #DMC17 held every year in Europe, draws executives, founders, and emerging leaders in Design and Innovation Management. They are visionaries that understand the value of design as a strategic asset, and know how to embed design across an organization to drive innovation, create a growth-mindset culture, and ensure organizational resilience.

This year in Oslo we will focus on sustainability in all its forms: sustainability in business models, markets, organizations, culture, cities and environments. What role can Design and Design Management play to reframe opportunity, create value, emphasize environmental stewardship, and build stronger societies? We’ll address these provocative questions and more at the dmi:Design Management Conference #DMC17.

 

 

Schedule

 

 

 
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Conference Schedule-at-a-Glance

19 June, Monday (Optional Activities)

9:00 - 16:30 DMI:Design Value System Workshop ($650 - Full Day 6-7 hours)
12:30 - 16:30 Creative Leadership Workshop ($450 - Half Day pm 4.5 hours)
Architecture Walk (TBC - Fee pm 2.5 hours)
17:00 - 18:00 DMI Member Only Check-In Activity
18:00 - 19:30 Welcome Drinks (Included for conference registrants)

 

20 June, Tuesday

8:00 - 8:45 Registration and coffee
8:45 - 17:30 Welcome, Keynote Speakers, Lunch, and Interactive Sessions
18:00 - 20:00 Opening Reception

 

21 June, Wednesday

8:00 - 8:45 Registration and coffee
8:45 - 17:30 Keynote Speakers, Lunch, and Interactive Sessions
17:30 - Conference Close

17:30 - DMI Member Only Check-Out Activity
17:30 - Closing Drinks (TBC)

 

Monday 19 June

 

 

Optional Tours, Workshops and Activities

We are exploring options for design and innovation related workshops, and/or tours of Oslo on Monday 19 June. We will post more details as they become available.

 

If you are interested in teaching a workshop, please contact dmi at dmistaff@dmi.org. Provide your name, and a short description of your proposed workshop.


     
 

DMI:Design Value System Workshop

The workshop will help you customize the Design Value System (DVS) tools to ascertain your design organization’s current capabilities, represent your organization’s future contributions, measure and communicate the impact of design in your organization, and construct a plan for managing future growth.

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Creative Leadership Workshop: Achieving Design Excellence

Do you want to be more creative? Do you want to evolve your leadership both personally and professionally? This workshop brings together inclusive design practice and leadership theory to present an exciting new area for your development – Creative Leadership.

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Welcome Reception

Held in the evenings, conference receptions are a chance to catch up with old colleagues, meet new people, or engage in conversation with an inspiring keynote speaker you heard that day.  DMI will be announcing the dates and times for conference receptions as the conference nears.

If you'd like to host a reception (you can show off your new work or space!) at your firm, organization, or school please let us know at dmistaff@dmi.org.


 

 

Tuesday & Wednesday 20-21 June

 

     
 

Keynote Speaker Sessions

Global Design and Innovation leaders will discuss the challenges and opportunities facing design management today.


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

Introducing the Ultimate Design Challenge

 

Anton van de Putte , CEO, Stokke
Martin Riber Andersen,Senior Consultant, PARK

Designing Value for Babies and Business


Christian Bason, CEO Danish Design Centre


Rama Gherwawo, Director, Helen Hamlyn Centre for Design; RCA Reader in Inclusive Design 

 

     
 

Interactive 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”.

 

If you are interested in leading a session, please contact dmi at dmistaff@dmi.org. Provide your name, and a short description of your proposed session. 

     
 

Networking

The intimate size of the Design Management Conference presents a wonderful opportunity to build your network, spread your ideas, and learn lessons from the diverse experiences of those in attendance. In the fast paced world of design-driven innovation we believe that this type of peer-to-peer exchange is invaluable. The conference and optional activities are designed with many opportunities to meet new people, start new discussions, and work interactively in small groups. Start the conversation early by joining us on Twitter at #DMC17.

 

 

 

 

Venue & Location

 

 

 

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Norwegian Centre for Design and Architecture (DOGA) 

Please be sure to navigate to the DOGA Foundation on Hausmanns Gate, not the DOGA Museum.

 

 

Hausmanns Gate 16

0182 Oslo Norway

Phone: +47 23292870

info@doga.no




DOGA - the Norwegian Centre for Design and Architecture
is a meeting place and competence center for design, architecture and urban development funded by the Norwegian government. DOGAs aim is to share information about how design and architecture can be used in the public and private sectors to help make Norwegian industry more competitive, reform public services and create a more sustainable society.

 

Housed in an old power station re-purposed by Norwegian firm Jensen & Skodvin Architects, the centre consists of a series of captivating, industrial-rustic spaces that spill down a hillside toward a riverside park.

 

Directions DOGA Foundation on Hausmanns Gate
Google Map

  
Nearest tram station: Hausmanns Gate
Nearest train station: Oslo S (Oslo Central Station)
Nearesest subway station (T-bane): Grønland T-banestasjon
Nearest bus stop: Hausmanns Gate and Møllergata

 

     
 

Hotel Suggestions

DOGA does not offer hotel accommodations. There are many lodging options in Oslo to suit tastes, budgets and location preferences. All conference participants are responsible for their own hotel arrangements and transportation to and from the venue. Please make your reservations early.

 

DMI has secured a small block of guestrooms at reduced rates at these options:

 

Scandic Vulcan
Maridalsveien 13 - Approx. 7 minute walk to DOGA
Single rooms NOK 1490, (Double rooms NOK 1690) - per room/night, including VAT & breakfast Email: meeting.vulkan@scandichotels.com or Phone +47 21 05 71 00 with booking code: NOR170617 / DMI Conference as well as credit card information as a guarantee for the booking.
Block expires: 2 June 2017

 

Hotel Folketeateret
Storgata 21-23 - Approx. 7 minute walk to DOGA
Email: cc.folketeateret@choice.no or Phone: +47 22 00 57 00 with booking code 1111GR003917 / DMI Conference as well as credit card information as a guarantee for the booking
Single rooms: 1520 NOK (Double rooms: 1720 NOK) – per room/night, including VAT & breakfast.
Block expires: 2 June 2017

 

For other options, we suggest you review hotel search engines Booking.com, Hotels.com, airbnb.com and TripAdvisor.com for reviews.

     

 

 

 

Oslo

The city offers a design scene that balances a modern vision with a rugged individualism forged by the Nordic landscape. From architecture and urban design to food, Norway is becoming the one-to-watch in design and innovation. Find out more about Oslo at visitnorway.com, theoslobook.no and bohemian trails.com


Explore

The historical center of Oslo is called Kvadraturen and runs between Akershus Fortress and Karl Johans Gate. Karl Johans is the main street and is lined with shopping, hotels, cafés, nightclubs and bars.
Vulkan, a former industrial area, is now a fusion of culture and creative businesses. In the Grünerløkka area you’ll find pop-ups, street art, galleries, artisanal produce, and vintage goods.  Aker Brygge & Tjuvholmen used to consist mainly of a shipyard. Now, located on the waterfront it is one of the trendiest areas in Oslo.


SHOP

Read about design shopping hot spots in Design Sponge, Dwell and Lonely Planet

DINE

Scandinavia is the hot foodie destination right now, and Oslo is the rising star. While you can find any cuisine you like in Oslo, thanks in part to a strong focus on good quality raw ingredients and the inventive use of local produce and herbs, make sure that you try new takes on Norwegian classic seafood and lamb dishes. Or join Norwegians in #fredagstaco #fredagskos– 8.2% of the country enjoy tacos for Friday dinner(!) Find local restaurant reviews at the NordicNibbler.com, likealocalguide.com, theoslobook.no, and spottedbylocals.com

Connect with other conference delegates via Twitter at #DMC17 to explore Oslo together!

     
 

Sponsorship

A wide variety of promotional opportunities are available to keep your company’s name front and center in the minds of conference attendees, before, during and after their conference experience.

 

Visit our Sponsorship Page to learn about the programs.

 


 

     
 

Frequently Asked Questions

Still have questions? Visit our Conference FAQ Page.

 

 

 

 

 

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