To answer the question what skills and knowledge an MA Design Management graduate should have to be employable within the creative industries sector, in my opinion we need to answer a question what makes a good manager, first. I just couldn’t resist and had to, in a good old manner of design thinking to re-frame the problem with which I was faced.
By historical development of design management the main perspective in the new century is Design thinking, the role of design are New business models, and last but not least the focus of Design Management are Creative organisations. In my opinion an MA Design Management graduate should have not only strong knowledge and skills, but particularly Design Management know-how, connected especially with the business models pattern in the 21st century.
If I try to predict the future, I would say that besides Internet; Environment, Digitalization and Automation are in my opinion by far the greatest threats and opportunities at the same time to our employment in the information-based civilization that we live-in. Continue reading
Be aware of the netlixed threat. Netfliexed means to cause disruption or turmoil to an existing business model. If your leadership isn’t doing it, someone else will seize the opportunity. Continue reading
Your organisation has three possibilities to focus on in creating value for the business and for the society. First are processes. Second are new products and services’. And the third option, where you have the opportunity to create the most value are business models.
The good news is, all three options are not linearly connected but are rather independent from each other. Without any doubt, though: business model innovation brings the strongest value not only to business but also to the society. Continue reading
Buy the book
Buy the book “Business Models Design: How breakthrough organizations reach values?” written by Marko Savić. Book has hard covers, it contains 184 pages, and was designed in the 19,5 x 22,5 cm format.
The book was created to provide examples of different approaches and ways of solving problems with design thinking and business model innovation. The main chapters of the book are: Design Thinking, Business Models Design, and Design Leadership.
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Table of contents
The book Business Model Design has three main chapters: 1. Design Thinking; 2. Business Model Design; and 3. Design Leadership. All the chapters in Slovene are: Uvod, 1. poglavje: Dizajn kot mišljenje, 2. poglavje: Oblikovanje poslovnih modelov, 3. poglavje: Vodenje v dizajnu, Stvarno kazalo, O avtorju, Zahvala sodelavcem pri izdaji knjige, Kanvas poslovnih modelov. […] Continue reading
About the author
Business designer Marko Savić with an MA in media studies and an MBA is the author of the book Business Model Design (in Slovene: Oblikovanje poslovnih modelov).
The mission of the book is to raise awareness of the connection of the business model innovation with the design thinking. […] Continue reading
43 days to go to the workshop Business Model Design Vienna (in German). The countdown for the workshop has begun.
Don’t wait for the last moment and secure your seat with the Full-pass for the workshop + masterclass on the September 15th and 16th, 2014. Continue reading
home > attend workshops > workshop: business model design münchen > workshop: business model design münchen—register today October 29th & 30th, 2014 Starts at 10:00 > München, Combinat 56 – Coworking Adams-Lehmann-Straße 56 80797 München > REGISTRATION TBA soon REGISTRATION FOR THE WORKSHOP STARTING AT 390 € REGISTRATION IN SEPTEMBER Full pass: Business Design Workshop … Continue reading
Scheme by Bill Moggridge explaining innovations, business, technology, people and design thinking. Continue reading