Business & Economics

Design Thinking for Strategic Innovation

Author: Idris Mootee

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN:

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 224

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A comprehensive playbook for applied design thinking inbusiness and management, complete with concepts andtoolkits As many companies have lost confidence in the traditional waysof running a business, design thinking has entered the mix.Design Thinking for Strategic Innovation presents aframework for design thinking that is relevant to businessmanagement, marketing, and design strategies and also provides atoolkit to apply concepts for immediate use in everyday work. Itexplains how design thinking can bring about creative solutions tosolve complex business problems. Organized into five sections, thisbook provides an introduction to the values and applications ofdesign thinking, explains design thinking approaches for eight keychallenges that most businesses face, and offers an applicationframework for these business challenges through exercises,activities, and resources. An essential guide for any business seeking to use designthinking as a problem-solving tool as well as a business method totransform companies and cultures The framework is based on work developed by the author for anexecutive program in Design Thinking taught in Harvard GraduateSchool of Design Author Idris Mootee is a management guru and a leading experton applied design thinking Revolutionize your approach to solving your business's greatestchallenges through the power of Design Thinking for StrategicInnovation.
Business & Economics

Design Thinking for Innovation

Author: Walter Brenner

Publisher: Springer

ISBN:

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 219

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This book presents the full scope of Design Thinking in theory and practice, bringing together prominent opinion leaders and experienced practitioners who share their insights, approaches and lessons learned. As Design Thinking is gaining popularity in the context of innovation and information management, the book elaborates the specific interpretations and meanings of the concept in different fields including engineering, management, and information technology. As such, it offers students and professionals a sourcebook revealing the power of Design Thinking, while providing academics a roadmap for further research.
Business & Economics

Strategic Design and Innovative Thinking in Business Operations

Author: Hasan Dincer

Publisher: Springer

ISBN:

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 471

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Recently, rapid technological advances have been influencing the global business operations strategies at companies of all sizes like never before. At the same time, there has been a shift in business cultures due to the rising prevalence of matrix organizations and innovative thinking. This book investigates the role of these factors in shaping the business operations of tomorrow. To address the topic comprehensively, the editors have gathered expert contributions exploring the following dimensions: the business and organizational environment, strategic design, innovativeness and risk management. Discussing aspects ranging from customer selection to understanding regional, national and supranational market dynamics, the contributions will help readers understand both the complexity of and opportunities presented by designing operations.
Business & Economics

Design Thinking in the Automotive Industry. Creativity and Innovation

Author: Ellen Simon

Publisher: Anchor Academic Publishing

ISBN:

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 124

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This book explores the application of Design Thinking in the automotive industry in order to explain which factors influence the innovativeness of Design Thinking teams. Seeking for innovation leadership, automotive manufacturers apply Design Thinking to enhance their competitiveness with customer-oriented products and services. Design Thinking is a multidisciplinary team-based methodology that adopts design principles to business management. In the literature and practice, however, it is not clear, what constitutes the relationship between the application of Design Thinking and team's innovativeness. A grounded theory and template analysis approach is used to develop a framework which explains this relationship. Managers and decision-makers of multinationals are provided with practical recommendations about how to implement Design Thinking to produce innovative products and services.
Business & Economics

Design Thinking Research

Author: Hasso Plattner

Publisher: Springer

ISBN:

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 317

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This book summarizes the results of Design Thinking Research carried out at Stanford University in Palo Alto, California, USA and at the Hasso Plattner Institute in Potsdam, Germany. Offering readers a closer look at Design Thinking, its innovation processes and methods, the book covers topics ranging from how to design ideas, methods and technologies, to creativity experiments and wicked problem solutions, to creative collaboration in the real world, and the interplay of designers and engineers. But the topics go beyond this in their detailed exploration of Design Thinking and its use in IT systems engineering fields, or even from a management perspective. The authors show how these methods and strategies actually work in companies, introduce new technologies and their functions, and demonstrate how Design Thinking can influence such unexpected topics as marriage. Furthermore, readers will learn how special-purpose Design Thinking can be used to solve wicked problems in complex fields. Thinking and devising innovations are fundamentally and inherently human activities – so is Design Thinking. Accordingly, Design Thinking is not merely the result of special courses nor of being gifted or trained: it’s a way of dealing with our environment and improving techniques, technologies and life.
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Design Thinking for Strategy

Author: Claude Diderich

Publisher: Springer

ISBN:

Category: Business & Economics

Page:

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The business environment is changing more rapidly than ever before, and new business ideas are emerging. This book discusses applying insights from design thinking to craft novel strategies that satisfy customer needs, make use of the available capabilities, integrate requirements for financial success and provide competitive advantage. It guides readers through the jungle encountered when developing a strategy for sustained growth and profitability. It addresses strategy design in a holistic way by applying abductive reasoning, iteratively observing customers and focusing on empathy, as well as prototyping ideas and using customers to validate them. Uniquely applying insights from design thinking to strategy, this book is a must-read for graduates, MBAs and executives interested in innovation and strategy, as well as corporate strategists, innovation managers, business analysts and consultants.
Business & Economics

The Art of Opportunity

Author: Marc Sniukas

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN:

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 288

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Acknowledgements -- Dedications -- Forward -- Welcome to the new world of strategic innovation&business design thinking -- Discover new growth opportunities -- Craft your strategy -- Launch your new growth business -- Mastering the art : business design thinking -- Index
Business & Economics

Change by Design

Author: Tim Brown

Publisher: Harper Collins

ISBN:

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 272

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In Change by Design, Tim Brown, CEO of IDEO, the celebrated innovation and design firm, shows how the techniques and strategies of design belong at every level of business. Change by Design is not a book by designers for designers; this is a book for creative leaders who seek to infuse design thinking into every level of an organization, product, or service to drive new alternatives for business and society.
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PDMA Essentials

Author: Abbie Griffin

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN:

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 416

View: 742

Develop a more systematic, human-centered, results-oriented thought process Design Thinking is the Product Development and Management Association's (PDMA) guide to better problem solving and decision-making in product development and beyond. The second in the New Product Development Essentials series, this book shows you how to bridge the gap between the strategic importance of design and the tactical approach of design thinking. You'll learn how to approach new product development from a fresh perspective, with a focus on systematic, targeted thinking that results in a repeatable, human-centered problem-solving process. Integrating high-level discussion with practical, actionable strategy, this book helps you re-tool your thought processes in a way that translates well beyond product development, giving you a new way to approach business strategy and more. Design is a process of systematic creativity that yields the most appropriate solution to a properly identified problem. Design thinking disrupts stalemates and brings logic to the forefront of the conversation. This book shows you how to adopt these techniques and train your brain to see the answer to any question, at any level, in any stage of the development process. Become a better problem-solver in every aspect of business Connect strategy with practice in the context of product development Systematically map out your new product, service, or business Experiment with new thought processes and decision making strategies You can't rely on old ways of thinking to produce the newest, most cutting-edge solutions. Product development is the bedrock of business —whether your "product" is a tangible object, a service, or the business itself — and your approach must be consistently and reliably productive. Design Thinking helps you internalize this essential process so you can bring value to innovation and merge strategy with reality.