Recent Web Conversation Recordings:
Design for Social ImpactGuest: Cheryl Heller, Chair, MFA Design for Social Innovation Dept., SVA Moderator: Pamela DeCesare, Brand Muse
you are here - how environments shape cultureGuest: Mickey McManus, MAYA Design, Moderators: Sunand Bhattacharya, Autodesk; and Pamela DeCesare, Brand Muse
The strategy behind GE's decision to launch FirstBuild, it's co-creation lab & microfactory.
Lou Lenzi, director, industrial design operations, GE FirstBuild
Design & Innovation Transformation at Newell Rubbermaid
Chuck Jones, Chief Design and Research Development Officer, Newell Rubbermaid
Challenges, Pop-Ups & What Works– 7 Wicked Insights into Integrating Design Learning EngagementsDoris Wells Papanek, Director, Design Learning Network
Innovation tools and the art of framing problemsChris Pacione, CEO and Co-Founder LUMA Institute
Innovation has become a serious business. It’s a growing social and economic imperative that calls for more people to be more innovative, more often. But how do you get better at it? Chris and Pamela discussed the innovation imperative and the Looking, Understand and Making tools that comprise LUMA’s System of Innovation– a framework that The Harvard Business Review recently called a "Taxonomy of Innovation."
Mastering the Language of Business: From Babble to ClarityPam DeCesare joined Dieter Reuther and Donna Denio, from Team Dynamics to discuss the value of coaching emerging designers in the language and value systems of finance, marketing, IT, engineering and HR.
Redesigning Design EducationJay Peters of PARK joined Michael Westcott and discussed dmi:futurEd research: a look at the future of business and design education, blended learning, technology, tools and curricula for training design leaders globally, and the Grow design management education program.
Changing Culture with DesignLee Sankey, Design Director Barclays joined Michael Westcott to discuss this new era for design as companies switch their focus from operations to customers. Design's ethos and approaches are more relevant than ever: empathy, imagination, problem solving, managing complexity. Design provides a way of making sense of technology.
Design as Catalyst for Organizational ChangeA discussion with Bill Sermon of Viadynamics
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