Golden circle is a pattern discovered by Simon Sinek why some leaders and organizations they lead consistently outperform others. It consists of three circles where the first is, Why you are doing what you are doing; the second is How you do what you do; and the third is What you do.
I will run a workshop on business models design on Saturday, February 25, 2012 in Berlin, in Nest Café at Görlitzer Str. 52, 10997 Berlin. In German. There are still some tickets available.
Design Ladder is a model where companies are classified into four categories, depending on their use of design.
Design itself will has to become a strategic partner of business because vice versa is not going to happen.
home > book reviews > talk less, say more: three habits to influence others and make things happen Talk Less, Say More: Three Habits to Influence Others and Make Things Happen by Connie Dieken My rating: 5 of 5 stars I bought this book because I was many times in situations were I start talking …
Corporate design is an instrument for transformation and, at the same time, a guarantee of continuing corporate recognition (Van Cauwenberge, 2008). And that could be developed only if the proper corporate identity audit has been made. A corporate identity audit has been developed in 9 steps. These 9 steps are: + step 1: select the …
In design we are able to name almost 40 career profiles.
Human resource expert and author, Roz Goldfarb, explains that not necessarily all of these profiles are from design schools, but they definitely have an important role to play in the design process.
Don’t Make Me Think: A Common Sense Approach to Web Usability is a must read book of Steve Krug for all who are in any way connected to web usability of web pages, sites, blogs… My rating of the book is 5 out of 5 stars.
Design management practitioners’ are, among others also: design department managers, brand managers, creative directors, design directors, heads of design, design strategists, and design researchers, as well as managers and executives responsible for making decisions about how design is used in the organization. This rather broad scope of work can be focused if we look at design and management to: + design direction, + design realisation; and not least + design coaching.