Playlist on the topics of design strategies and branding, including the:
1. “The design management knowledge of is a matter of professional survival” 2. “Short case of design standards in Slovenia and Germany” 3. “Major similarities and differences between a corporate identity, a corporate image, and a corporate reputation” 4. “Brand portfolio and architecture on the case of football”
5. “3 major and 9 substeps in the Corporate identity audit” 6. “Design Strategies vs. Technology Life Cylcle” 7. “Design has to come closer to business, because vice versa is not going to happen” 8. “Climb up the Design Management Ladder to align your company culture” 9. “Do countries have a design strategy?”
It was recorded back in 2010, while I was in Berlin. Enjoy in listening Continue reading
The mission of this book, for which it is really hard to say that it is only a business book, is to: “make a difference in shaping organizations and leaders who consider broader responsibilities than the balance sheet.”
According to authors, to achieve a funky organization we must have the gifts and guts to imagine and work wonders. All this implies risk – total risk – and, at the end of the day, our personal risk. Yes, personal risk.
When we wake up next day, we should remind ourselfs that business is not a rocket science. It basically still boils down to making money. Also in Funky Inc.. Continue reading
Thinking, Fast and Slow is the book of the Nobel Prize winner Daniel Kahneman. My rating of the book is 4 out of 5 stars.
Short review presents the psychodrama with the two characters, Sistem 1 and Sistem 2. Book shows us, that it’s easier to recognize other people’s mistake than our own, among many other very useful cases and examples. For business, for study and our relationships. Did you know that the formula for marital stability is simply the frequency of lovemaking minus frequency of quarrels?
Book contributes heavily to the decision making theory. Although not written primarily for decision makers, this book helps us think better about our decisions. Continue reading
Recently I was invited to apply for the PhD project ‘Decision making in the software design process’ at the Eindhoven University of Technology.
In order to prepare for the possible second round of interview for the job, I’ll write my reviews of three books from the decision theory list – of the The Black Swan: The Impact of the Highly Improbable and Antifragile: Things That Gain from Disorder by Nassim Nicholas Taleb and that of Thinking, Fast and Slow with Daniel Kahneman.
Not least, I’ll also write a short review of the book Alan Turing: Enigma. Continue reading
Business models are changing. Faster than ever. So, we better start designing our new, innovative and alternative business models today. Invest in our most important capability, to earn the new language of the business model design. We’ll learn what is the backbone of our business models, where the biggest opportunities of our business model are and not least what is the only rule in using the Business Model Canvas. Continue reading
Business Model Canvas is a proven tool used in organizations no matter of their size, industry or sector, or positions we have in our companies. It’s an extremely popular tool, used in start-ups, in large companies, and not least in organizations as is the World Bank. There is one estimation that it has been downloaded … Continue reading
How can tourism business benefit each other? This is a question for many in the tourism industry not only locals in Cyprus.
In a project led by Marko Savić, business designer, Design for Europe, attendees were given the task to delve into the world entrepreneurship through a carefully designed workshop that offered useful insights analysing the classic Business Model Canvas template.
Along the same lines, Benjamin Brown, policy advisor, Design Council UK, informed attendees on the significance of design for the overall image and future development of a company. Continue reading
My undergraduate study was taken from 1992 until 1998, when I graduated. Field of study: Social/Educational sciences, Bachelor of Science (B. Sc.) in Sports Education, Sports Training.
My thesis title was: “Ugotavljanje funkcionalne obremenitve pri vadbi aerobike” / “Findings of the functional load analysis of the step-aerobic workout”; thesis grade: 10; Mentor: Meta Zagorc, PhD, Assistant Professor and co-mentor / Radoje Milić, MD. Continue reading
Core courses of my Master in Anthropology were: —Epistemology of the Humanities; —Anthropology of the Current World; —Political Anthropology; —Technicalistic home and family in between the media; —Psychoanalysis and Feminism (psychoanalysis, body policies); —Anthropology and Racism.
It is a humanistic field of study, programme of study was Anthropology of Everyday Life, Media Studies, language of instruction was Slovene and my average grade was 9.17.
My master’s thesis title was: Šport in rekreacija v vsakdanjem življenju kot način za nadzorovanje teles: politike teles in medijski konstrukti; master’s thesis grade was 10 and my mentor was Melita Zajc, PhD, Assistant Professor. Continue reading