Categories: Design Thinking

Rotman Dean, Roger Martin: In Search of the 3D MBA

Posted by: Helen Walters on October 27

Roger Martin is dean of the Rotman School of Management at the University of Toronto. He's a familiar figure around these parts—yesterday, we published my review of his latest book,...

Design Thinking Improves Conscious Capitalism

Posted by: Damian Joseph on October 20

This morning I headed over to the Acumen Fund's New York City office to learn about the non-profit group's progress with Ripple Effect, a joint project with design outfit IDEO...

Obama, Clinton and CEOs on Innovation

Posted by: Reena Jana on September 22

The Fifth Annual Clinton Global Initiative Annual Meeting kicked off today in New York, a gathering of heads of state and CEOS such as Wal-Mart's Mike Duke and Coca-Cola's Muhtar...

What's Next for Dell

Posted by: Michael Arndt on September 15

For $125,000, Dell could put a product designer on its payroll for a year, or maybe two given how dreadful the job market is these days. The PC maker is...

Inside the Secret Overlap Conference

Posted by: Michael Arndt on August 03

This is a guest blog by Venessa Wong, who joined BusinessWeek’s Innovation+Design team in June. Here's the problem in trying to get a group of hybrid thinkers together: standard industry...

Smart Talk at Smart Design

Posted by: Reena Jana on July 22

Smart Design is a consultancy that's helped design the OXO Good Grips line of kitchen tools, the popular Flip digital camcorder, and the Fusion dashboard for Ford. Last week, we...

Is Cornell Starting a Design Institute?

Posted by: Reena Jana on May 26

Last month, I moderated a panel on socially responsible business innovation at Cornell's Johnson School of Management. While at Cornell, I heard buzz about a possible "Cornell Design Institute" that...

3D Printing... As Art

Posted by: Damian Joseph on May 15

When you think of 3d printing, images of scientists or industrial designers fabricating prototypes probably come to mind. But starting today, the process is getting the fine arts treatment. The...

Neel Kashkari Talks About Design When Talking About Fixing the Economy

Posted by: Reena Jana on October 13

Reading Nelson D. Schwartz's NY Times story today on European central banks' coming to the rescue, I couldn't help but notice the very specific language that Neel Kashkari, Assistant Secretary...

Move over iPhone

Posted by: Helen Walters on June 06

As pre-new-iPhone speculation reaches fever pitch, I caught up with this concept for a touchscreen phone, from RKS Design. Known as the Mimique, it's "designed" to work with Google's...

Step back, look around, peer ahead: Bill Buxton's philosophy of innovation

Posted by: Helen Walters on May 13

Yesterday, we published an article by Bill Buxton, currently Principal Scientist at Microsoft (MSFT) and someone who has been at the forefront of technology innovation for years (he was involved...

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