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Introduction to Design Thinking for Business Students
Introduction to Design Thinking for Business Students
Introduction to Design Thinking for Business Students
Introduction to Design Thinking for Business Students
Introduction to Design Thinking for Business Students
Introduction to Design Thinking for Business Students
Introduction to Design Thinking for Business Students
Introduction to Design Thinking for Business Students
Introduction to Design Thinking for Business Students
Introduction to Design Thinking for Business Students
Introduction to Design Thinking for Business Students
Introduction to Design Thinking for Business Students
Introduction to Design Thinking for Business Students
Introduction to Design Thinking for Business Students
Introduction to Design Thinking for Business Students
Introduction to Design Thinking for Business Students
Introduction to Design Thinking for Business Students
Introduction to Design Thinking for Business Students
Introduction to Design Thinking for Business Students
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Introduction to Design Thinking for Business Students
Introduction to Design Thinking for Business Students
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Introduction to Design Thinking for Business Students
Introduction to Design Thinking for Business Students
Introduction to Design Thinking for Business Students
Introduction to Design Thinking for Business Students
Introduction to Design Thinking for Business Students
Introduction to Design Thinking for Business Students
Introduction to Design Thinking for Business Students
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Introduction to Design Thinking for Business Students
Introduction to Design Thinking for Business Students
Introduction to Design Thinking for Business Students
Introduction to Design Thinking for Business Students
Introduction to Design Thinking for Business Students
Introduction to Design Thinking for Business Students
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Introduction to Design Thinking for Business Students
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Introduction to Design Thinking for Business Students
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Introduction to Design Thinking for Business Students
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This was a presentation I gave October 16th, 2010 at the Queens School of Business responsible leadership weekend. The talk was designed to introduce the principals of design thinking to undergraduate …

This was a presentation I gave October 16th, 2010 at the Queens School of Business responsible leadership weekend. The talk was designed to introduce the principals of design thinking to undergraduate and MBA students with an interest in corporate and social change.

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  • This a lot. Your typical consumer feels like a taker and not a maker. They cope with corporate decisions and feel like they have no ability to change the status quo.
  • Design has pretty much been synonomous with visual design – with the idea of “style”. Cosmetic design is an important part of creating a product or service, but it’s really only a part of it.
  • It doesn’t look at market trends, it doesn’t support a deeper understanding of technology, and it certainly doesn’t help you understand how people live.
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    • 1. Design Thinking & Innovation
      Changing how business works
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    • 2. 01
      Hi! It’s great to meet you…
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    • 3. @glinskiii
      /patrickglinski
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    • 4. @glinskiii. © Confidential and Proprietary.
    • 5. @glinskiii. © Confidential and Proprietary.
    • 6. @glinskiii. © Confidential and Proprietary.
    • 7. 02
      So why are we talking about design
      at a business school anyways?
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    • 8. Design thinking can get really academic really quickly…
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    • 9. I wouldn’t be much of a role model on the subject if I didn’t empathize with my audience…
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    • 10. Prepared for Sustainable Brands 2010. © Confidential and Proprietary.
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    • 11. There’s a reality of recruiting from a world class business school.
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    • 12. Whether you see it or not, you’re being recruited by firms in crisis.
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    • 13. The lenses that most established business use are like a jail…
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    • 14. The way businesses view themselves isn’t sustainable…
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    • 15. The way businesses view their customers is limiting…
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    • 16. The wants and desires of customers is changing…
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    • 17. The way the business works right now just isn’t sustainable...
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    • 18. The way the world views business isn’t sustainable...
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    • 19. change
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    • 20.
      So why are we talking about design
      at a business school anyways?
      © Confidential and Proprietary 2010 Idea Couture Inc.
    • 21. Insanity: Doing the same thing over and over and expecting different results
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    • 22. As business leaders, it’s our job to design businesses that work differently.
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    • 23. Design ≠ Art
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    • 24. Design ≠ Art
      Interiors
      Architecture
      Websites
      Paintings
      Visuals
      Lifestyle
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    • 25. We need to overcome the tunnel vision of the business world.
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    • 26. We need to infuse business with some new forms of thinking.
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    • 27. 03
      So what is Design Thinking anyways?
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    • 28. Prepared for Sustainable Brands 2010. © Confidential and Proprietary.
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    • 29. Prepared for Sustainable Brands 2010. © Confidential and Proprietary.
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    • 30. balance
      The need for proof is the death of innovation. But it’s a necessary evil.
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    • 31. Deductive reasoning is a top down approach to determining truths.
      Theory
      Observation
      Confirmation
      Hypothesis
      RELIABLE
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    • 32. Inductive reasoning is a bottom up approach to predicting the future.
      Observation
      Hypothesis
      Theory
      Pattern
      RELIABLE
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    • 33. Deductive and inductive logic are explorations of what is already known.
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    • 34. These analytical methods create “proof” that is reliable. The outcome is constant.
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    • 35. Deductive and inductive thinking ignore change and the future.
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    • 36. change
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    • 37. Abductive reasoning is about knowing without explicit proof.
      Lateral idea
      Other industry
      World View
      New stimuli
      New stimuli
      Other Info
      Theory
      Theory
      Theory
      New
      Perspective
      VALID
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    • 38. It involves questioning why things are the way they are.
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    • 39. The goal is validity – getting to the right answer.
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    • 40. Unfortunately, the business world values consistency over validity.
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    • 41. “Prove it…”
      - corporate executive
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    • 42. Prepared for Sustainable Brands 2010. © Confidential and Proprietary.
    • 43. If you want to make change happen, you need to take a systems approach to problems.
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    • 44. whiteboard
      What does the system of a community look like?
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    • 45. Design
      Business
      Deduction & Induction, eliminating the unknown, producing reliable results
      Abduction, aiming for a holistic explanation and producing valid results
      © Confidential and Proprietary 2010 Idea Couture Inc.
    • 46. balance
      The need for proof is the death of innovation. But it’s a necessary evil.
      Prepared for Sustainable Brands 2010. © Confidential and Proprietary.
      @glinskiii. © Confidential and Proprietary.
    • 47. Prepared for Sustainable Brands 2010. © Confidential and Proprietary.
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    • 48. frame
      Innovation requires the search for new insights.
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    • 49. “I never get to talk to my customers…”
      - corporate executive
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    • 50. “I have no ability to change corporations…”
      - typical consumer
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    • 51. Inevitably, that creates a huge disconnection between belief and reality.
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    • 52. Traditional market research doesn’t support design thinking.
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    • 53. Standard research methods are business proof, not fertile ground.
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    • 54. Standard research methods yield reliable results, not valid ones.
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    • 55. Design research
      Context labs
      Human factors analysis
      Ethnography
      Digital forensics
      Design thinking uses research as a tool for discovery.
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    • 56. Designers solve problems in terms of human needs.
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    • 57. They study how people interact with systems.
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    • 58. They learn what’s new and coming to inform their point of view.
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    • 59. They draw on visions of what the future will look like.
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    • 60. They understand the business, but omit constraints.
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    • 61. This is the research process in design thinking.
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    • 62.
      Romantic notions, but I’m in business?
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    • 63. change
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    • 64. New needs plus new views on those needs creates new ideas.
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    • 65. Design research is the fuel for innovative thinking in business
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    • 66. @glinskiii. © Confidential and Proprietary.
    • 67. whiteboard
      What happens at the intersection of your community and…
      Gaming Layers
      Invisible Sustainability
      Missing moderates
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    • 68. Design
      Business
      Deduction & Induction, eliminating the unknown, producing reliable results
      Uses research to prove an idea is worth pursuing
      Abduction, aiming for a holistic explanation and producing valid results
      Uses research to explore what is possible
      © Confidential and Proprietary 2010 Idea Couture Inc.
    • 69. frame
      Innovation requires the search for new insights.
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    • 70. Prepared for Sustainable Brands 2010. © Confidential and Proprietary.
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    • 71. toolkit
      Innovation requires new ways of presenting ideas.
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    • 72. Design is a visual language that helps communicate ideas.
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    • 73. Unfortunately we’re not really taught how to do it in business school…
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    • 74. urban ashram
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    • 75. Prepared for Sustainable Brands 2010. © Confidential and Proprietary.
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    • 76. coloring skin care
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    • 77. Prepared for Sustainable Brands 2010. © Confidential and Proprietary.
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    • 78. gift to the world
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    • 79. Prepared for Sustainable Brands 2010. © Confidential and Proprietary.
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    • 80. Each of these visuals bring us closer to innovation ideas.
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    • 81. Designers call upon a set of tools to bring ideas to life.
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    • 82. Designers use diagrams as a way to make sense of the world.
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    • 83. Designers use rapid prototyping as a way to quickly iterate on concepts.
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    • 84. Designers create flows to map out how the world works.
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    • 85. Designers use infographics to make sense of complex information.
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    • 86. Designers create stories to explain complex ideas.
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    • 87. Designers don’t believe that there is only one right answer.
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    • 88. Uh, I don’t draw…
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    • 89. change
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    • 90. Unfortunately, school and work make us forget how to create.
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    • 91. Everyone has the capacity to be creative, they just forget how.
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    • 92. Design
      Business
      Deduction & Induction, eliminating the unknown, producing reliable results
      Uses research to prove an idea is worth pursuing
      Communicates verbally and through documentation
      Abduction, aiming for a holistic explanation and producing valid results
      Uses research to explore what is possible
      Draws, prototypes, & tells stories
      © Confidential and Proprietary 2010 Idea Couture Inc.
    • 93. whiteboard
      Communicate one of your concepts using one of the design tools.
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    • 94. toolkit
      Innovation requires new ways of presenting ideas.
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    • 95. Prepared for Sustainable Brands 2010. © Confidential and Proprietary.
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    • 96. approach
      Innovation can be a systematic organizational process.
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    • 97. Innovation is more than just a line item to be checked off.
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    • 98. It can be a systematic process that changes organizational culture.
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    • 99. @glinskiii. © Confidential and Proprietary.
    • 100. Design
      Business
      Deduction & Induction, eliminating the unknown, producing reliable results
      Uses research to prove an idea is worth pursuing
      Communicates verbally and through documentation
      Innovates in crisis
      Abduction, aiming for a holistic explanation and producing valid results
      Uses research to explore what is possible
      Draws, prototypes, & tells stories
      Innovates systematically
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    • 101. approach
      Innovation can be a systematic organizational process.
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    • 102. 04
      That’s a lot to digest…
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    • 103. Prepared for Sustainable Brands 2010. © Confidential and Proprietary.
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    • 104. “Design thinking is a human-centered process that blends design sensibilities with business realities to support desirable change.”
      - @glinskiii
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    • 105. Now stop caring about definitions. Don’t talk about it, do it.
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    • 106. change
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