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Driving desired futures : turning design thinking into real innovation

Author: Michael Shamiyeh; DOM Research Laboratory,
Publisher: Basel, Switzerland : Birkhäuser Verlag AG, 2014. ©2014
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Headed by the slogan "Design Thinking", a debate has unfolded over the last ten years about design methods, which goes far beyond the specialist boundaries of design disciplines. Executives and business owners today recognize the potential for economic innovation lying in the creative and analytical mindset of designers. The extensive literature available on "Design Thinking" focuses on the methodology of the design  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Exhibition catalogs
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Michael Shamiyeh; DOM Research Laboratory,
ISBN: 9783038215349 3038215341
OCLC Number: 871242269
Description: 423 pages : illustrations (chiefly color), portraits (some color) ; 23 cm
Contents: The emergence of the new (what) : Disruptive innovation at the Eastman Kodak Company (part I) / Steven Sasson and Michael Shamiyeh --
Reality and actuality / Gerhard Roth --
The social construction of reality / John R. Searle --
A model of plausibility / Louise Connell and Mark T. Keane --
Media: the everyday tools of reality construction / Siegfried J. Schmidt --
Plans and the future: designing the unpredictable / Elena Esposito --
Innovation as processes of social construction (how) : Disruptive innovation at the Eastman Kodak Company (part II) / Steven Sasson and Michael Shamiyeh --
A few things every entrepreneur should know about communication / Cheryl Heller --
What is conversation?: How can we design for effective conversation? / Paul Pangaro and Hugh Dubberly --
Knowledge creation and social networks in the corporate entrepreneurship: the renewal of organizational capability / Steven W. Floyd and Bill Wooldridge --
Imagining and rationalizing opportunities: inductive reasoning and the creation and justification of new ventures / Joep P. Cornelissen and Jean S. Clarke --
Strategy and use of metaphor / Bolko von Oetinger --
Organizing and the process of sensemaking / Karl E. Weick, Kathleen M. Sutcliffe and David Obstfeld --
Innovation and organizational roles (Who) : Disruptive innovations at the Eastman Kodak Company (part III) / Steven Sasson and Michael Shamiyeh --
Reflections on innovation processes in organizations / Andrew Bullen --
The A.C.I.M. agenda: adaptation-creativity-innovation-management quadruple as a new resource / Manfred Faßler --
Innovation networks / Petra Ahrweiler and Mark T. Keane --
Strategizing throughout the organization: managing role conflict in strategic renewal / Steven W. Floyd and Peter J. Lane --
Selling issues to top management / Jane E. Dutton and Susan J. Ashford --
Oxymoron organizational innovation (Where) : Disruptive innovation at the Eastman Kodak Company (part IV) / Steven Sasson and Michael Shamiyeh The art of innovation managing the future of organizations / Sonja Zillner and Bernhard Krusche --
Capabilities, cognition, and inertia: evidence from digital imaging / Mary Tripsas and Giovanni Gaventti --
Notes on the role of leadership & language in regenerating organizations / Hugh Dubberly, Peter Esmonde, Michael Geoghegan and Paul Pangaro --
Afterword : New mindsets, or: what can change managers learn from architects / Martin J. Eppler and Michael Shamiyeh.
Responsibility: Michael Shamiyeh and DOM Research Laboratory (ed.).

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Addresses the question how do individuals in social systems achieve credibility for new ideas? What are the criteria that render the comprehension of new ideas more likely within a group of people  Read more...

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