Tim Brown: Change By Design

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  1. Tim Brown: Change By Design

    Tim Brown is the CEO and president of IDEO, and speaks regularly on the value of design thinking and innovation to business and design audiences around the world. He participates in the World Economic Forum at Davos, and his talk “Serious Play” can be seen on TED.com. In this interview, he reviews his career at IDEO, explores the impact of design processes (drawing and storytelling), as well as discussing his new book, Change By Design.

    http://observermedia.designobserver.com/audiofile.html?entry=11317

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  2. Design Thinking with Tim Brown and Yves Béhar

    Yves Béhar, CEO/Founder, fuseproject; COO, Jawbone Tim Brown, President and CEO, IDEO Peter Schwartz, Co-founder, Global Business Network; Senior Vice President, Salesforce - Moderator

    Design is not just for house interiors or a tech gadget’s user interface. Design has come to infiltrate how great leaders think, collaborate and tackle the world’s smallest and greatest problems. The idea of design thinking, often credited to IDEO CEO Tim Brown, has transformed analytical thinking into creative yet practical problem solving. It is thinking outside the box come to life. Yves Béhar has leveraged his design ethos with a dedication to quality and a positive consumer-product relationship, and has led a number of diverse design projects like One Laptop Per Child and the NYC Condom, for that city’s Department of Health. Join us as the wizards of design thinking Brown and Béhar dissect the formula for harmonizing industry, beauty, brand and meaning.

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  3. Listen to the podcast: Tim Brown

    Podcast and transcript from Intersections 07 of Tim Brown of Ideo, discussing ‘design thinking’, and whether it can help us be more optimistic about the future of design

    http://www.designcouncil.org.uk/resources-and-events/Designers/Intersections-071/The-challenges-of-design-thinking/

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  4. Design Imperatives from the Roman Empire to NASA

    The world of design has become big business — and business is being revolutionized by "design thinking."

    Using his own unique career path from Navy nuclear engineer to Harvard MBA to leadership roles at IDEO, Frog Design and Adaptive Path, Michael Meyer zeros in on the lessons of breakdowns and innovation from the Roman spread of civilization to the NASA space program, and provide valuable insight from his insider’s view of the design world over the last 10 years

    http://fora.tv/2010/06/21/Design_Imperatives_from_the_Roman_Empire_to_NASA

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  5. Roger Martin: The Design of Business

    The Design of Business shows how leading companies use design thinking to push knowledge through stages that produce breakthrough innovations and competitive advantages. Roger Martin illustrates how to combine proof-based analytical thinking with possibility-based "abductive thinking;" how to change structures and processes to move knowledge from one stage to the next; and how to develop the key tools of design thinkers: observation, imagination, and configuration.

    Through these stories, The Design of Business reveals the true foundation of successful, profitable innovation, connecting the worlds of business and design. Date: Thu, 12 Nov 2009 00:00:00 -0800 Location: New York, NY, Wollman Hall, New School Program and discussion: http://fora.tv/2009/11/12/Roger_Martin_The_Design_of_Business

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  6. Design Thinking

    In our Trends segment today we’re learning increasingly governments and business are learning how good design, and use of what has come to be known as design thinking, can pay big dividends. Our teacher is Sir George Cox, past Chairman of the UK’s Design Council and author of the Cox Review, on creativity in business. Sir George is here as a guest of the Australian Design Alliance to speak to politicians and business leaders how design can is critical to the economic growth of nations.

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  7. The Conversation 20: Visual Thinking | 5 by 5

    Dan Benjamin is joined by Dave Gray, Sunni Brown, and Mike Rohde to discuss visual thinking, visual note-taking, and the “doodle revolution.” They discuss how something as simple as a drawing can change how we communicate concepts and ideas more directly, and how this is beginning to change how people to business.

    Dave Gray is the Founder and Chairman of XPLANE, the visual thinking company. He is also a founding member of VizThink, an international community of Visual Thinkers.

    Sunni Brown is the owner of BrightSpot Info Design, a company specializing in visual thinking to support organizational and group success. She is an Associate of The Grove, a freelance consultant for XPLANE, an Associate of Alphachimp Studios, and co-Founder of VizThink Austin.

    Mike Rohde is an art director, user experience designer, working for Gomoll Research + Design, a user experience research and design firm in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. He is well known for his real-time sketchnotes at conferences like SXSW Interactive, SEED, and An Event Apart, and for his work on the recent 37 Signals book, Rework.

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