Category Archives: Design Thinking

Don’t Throw the Good Ideas Out With the Fads

I had a conversation yesterday with a person who feels that the use of social technology in organizations is a passing fad, much like other fads supporting the importance of “innovation” and “collaboration.” It got me thinking about why good … Continue reading

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Moving Beyond Stability

Most of us are well aware of the speed and complexity in our world, and especially in the spaces in and around our organizations. Companies start up and dissolve at a dizzying pace. Stock prices rise and fall globally within … Continue reading

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Everyone is a Designer

Did you know that every time you put together a press release, or make a decision about your department’s policies, or choose to post something to this blog, you are designing?  Herb Simon wrote in his book The Sciences of … Continue reading

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Twitter Connects People to What’s Important to Them, Not To What’s Important to Me

The website Mashable today reported that Twitter’s CEO recently said of the company’s vision that We want to instantly connect people everywhere to what’s most important to them. Why is this important? Because the folks at Twitter realize that all … Continue reading

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