This essay is cross posted from econogy.co and medium.com. Design Thinking is Fundamentally Conservative and Preserves the Status Quo https://hbr.org/2018/09/design-thinking-is-fundamentally-conservative-and-preserves-the-status-quo Why Design Thinking works https://hbr.org/2018/09/why-design-thinking-works — When you find two articles in one week, in the same respected publication, that make such different proclamations about the same thing, there’s something interesting going on. How can … Continue reading Design Thinking: Not Enough for the Fusion Future?
This piece is cross-posted from econogy.co In the upcoming Everyone Innovates Here book, I found myself grappling with what to call the emerging economic/cultural/technical era that most of us feel that we are entering. I decided that the term that worked the best for me was the Fusion Age, but I only briefly unpack that … Continue reading The Industrial Era and the Fusion Era
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This post is cross-posted from Econogy.co If everything is changing, how do we know which way to go? If the ways we work, buy, learn, collaborate, discover, you name it, are being transformed, how do we know what our business or organization should do to succeed? And if all of that is happening so fast … Continue reading How to find the Path
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