Masters Programme Leader:Mike Waller Senior Lecturerm.waller@gold.ac.ukThe MA Innovation in Practice gives you theopportun...
JudgementKnowledgeMeaningMeanEventTasteAestheticFocusCareConcernModelPresentationIndividualTeamGroupWorkInstrumentToolSoci...
What do you study?Discourses of Innovation- current thinking about differernttheories and practices of Innovation.Creative...
Pi StudioPi Studio - The MA Innovation in Practiceis connected to the Pi Studio (prospectingand Innovation Design Research...
Industry EndorsementSupport from Steven Kyffin former head Philips Research in Eindhoven.“ The MA Innovation in Practice a...
Methods and Processes of InnovationWe use Methods and Processes to exploreyour project.You develop skills in Innovating
Building a tool kit of methods and processes for Innovating.
Bring your own project or topic to the masters.We use this map to define your project.The Project Map
Skills- Thinking through drawingWe teach you how to use drawing to think with.We call this ‘Reflexive Drawing’...
Exploring time through group drawingMethods of Innovation include tools to explore how ideas aredisruptive or incremental...
Methods & ProcessesPast Now FuturePast Now FutureForecastingBackcastingRegular BeatsPast Now FuturePast Now FutureFore Pro...
User Research Cultural Probe
Re-visioning ToolExploring the network of an innovation.
Exploring Materials at the Tate ModernNew Materials
We Study Theories and critical reflection of InnovationExploring Theories of Innovation
Design ThinkingA new course option this year is the course on Design Thinking“Design Thinking” has emerged in the last ten...
And Project Examples of Masters Level Work
Networks in Crisis
Re-directive Practice
Cross Cultural Design-Ritual & Routine
Designing for New Cultural PracticesFind a topic that interests you!
Sustainability and Wellbeing DesignThe Future of the Office
A Communication Designer created a series of new objects for petsand their owners..Projects that explore topics like ourre...
Communication Design
Lighting Design
Furniture /Product Design
Design forChanging Attitudes
Exhibitions of your project
Paul Hildreth and Chris Kimble -Knowledge Networks: Innovation Through Communities of PracticeEtiene Wenger - Cultivating ...
Thank You
Ma innovation in practice at goldsmiths 2013b
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“ The MA Innovation in Practice at Goldsmiths comes at a poignant time in our cultural and technology and business history. Many of the Innovation writers of Design led, design facilitated or even trans disciplinary Innovation point to this. Innovation, seeing new things in new ways, especially brought into being using creative endeavor while working across a spectrum of contributing disciplines is now agreed to be the way, not only to create new and relevant Ideas, but also to enable them to come into being and be nurtured to a point that they become part of everyday culture.”

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  1. 1. Masters Programme Leader:Mike Waller Senior Lecturerm.waller@gold.ac.ukThe MA Innovation in Practice gives you theopportunity to bring your own innovation projectto develop within our postgraduate creativestudios and advanced prototyping facilities atGoldsmiths.http://www.gold.ac.uk/pg/ma-innovation-practice/
  2. 2. JudgementKnowledgeMeaningMeanEventTasteAestheticFocusCareConcernModelPresentationIndividualTeamGroupWorkInstrumentToolSocialTechnologicalCulturalEnvironmentalInnovationInventionin order toTransformProgressProduceNavigateNegotiateLegislateProcessPatternAnalysisAmbitionCuriosityDesireDeliveryMoralMemoryMethodPedagogyPracticeBusinessFormOrganisationSystemPerformanceServiceProductAttitudeArticulationEnvironmentinStepsLeapsChangesDevelopments/DisruptiveRadicalorIncremental/ProgressiveNew Services This Programme is 70% PracticeNew ProductsNew User ExperiencesNew EntertainmentNew EventsNew Forms of DesigningNew MaterialsNew Information DesignNew Ways of Making
  3. 3. What do you study?Discourses of Innovation- current thinking about differernttheories and practices of Innovation.Creative Business- Explore and Apply creative business ideas andcommercialisation models to your own project.Methods and Processes of Innovation- Learn and use variousincluding research, ideation and evaluation methods andprocesses on your own project.Studio Practice- Find a project after you start or bring a project todevelop in the MA Practice Studio at Goldsmiths.
  4. 4. Pi StudioPi Studio - The MA Innovation in Practiceis connected to the Pi Studio (prospectingand Innovation Design Research Studio) atGoldsmiths. The Pi Studio is actively involvedin innovation research with academic and liveindustry research projects. Through the MAInnovation in Practice you are able to workwith the Pi Studio to get hands on experience.International Network - The opportunity towork in innovation in a global context. The PiStudio connects the students with new andemerging projects overseas as well as in theUK and europe.Live Projects - The opportunity to work ininnovation with research and Developmentorganisations like Microsoft Research, Kodak,Nokia Research through live postgraduateProjects in the Pi Studio.
  5. 5. Industry EndorsementSupport from Steven Kyffin former head Philips Research in Eindhoven.“ The MA Innovation in Practice at Goldsmiths comes at a poignanttime in our cultural and technology and business history. Many ofthe Innovation writers of Design led, design facilitated or even transdisciplinary Innovation point to this. Innovation, seeing new thingsin new ways, especially brought into being using creative endeavorwhile working across a spectrum of contributing disciplines is nowagreed to be the way, not only to create new and relevant Ideas, butalso to enable them to come into being and be nurtured to a pointthat they become part of everyday culture.”
  6. 6. Methods and Processes of InnovationWe use Methods and Processes to exploreyour project.You develop skills in Innovating
  7. 7. Building a tool kit of methods and processes for Innovating.
  8. 8. Bring your own project or topic to the masters.We use this map to define your project.The Project Map
  9. 9. Skills- Thinking through drawingWe teach you how to use drawing to think with.We call this ‘Reflexive Drawing’...
  10. 10. Exploring time through group drawingMethods of Innovation include tools to explore how ideas aredisruptive or incremental...
  11. 11. Methods & ProcessesPast Now FuturePast Now FutureForecastingBackcastingRegular BeatsPast Now FuturePast Now FutureFore ProjectionBack ProjectionIrregular BeatsModels of Time: Each beat is a point in time, the solid greysquare is ‘the present’. We jump back and forth to explore time.
  12. 12. User Research Cultural Probe
  13. 13. Re-visioning ToolExploring the network of an innovation.
  14. 14. Exploring Materials at the Tate ModernNew Materials
  15. 15. We Study Theories and critical reflection of InnovationExploring Theories of Innovation
  16. 16. Design ThinkingA new course option this year is the course on Design Thinking“Design Thinking” has emerged in the last ten years as one of the mostimportant, successful, and sought after research methods. Largely inspired bythe enormous success of the use of a range of different “user-centred” researchmethods within the development of a number of key recent technologies, fromcomputers to mobile phones, the recognition of the ‘value’ of any form ofcreative, ideational, or ‘innovative’ research method to our current “knowledgeeconomy,” and the so-called “relevancy gap” of so much recent managementtheory, that sort of creative, problem solving, and “integrative thinking” (Martin,2008, 2009) that typifies it, has come to be seen as one of the most effectiveways to treat many of those most intractable, complex, or “wicked problems”(Rittel, 1973) that are confronting us today, from the prediction of consumerdemand within the innovation cycle of any new system, service, or product,to the problems of the analysis and implementation of those organizationalstructures, leadership ideals, or production processes that are required for theirrealisation.
  17. 17. And Project Examples of Masters Level Work
  18. 18. Networks in Crisis
  19. 19. Re-directive Practice
  20. 20. Cross Cultural Design-Ritual & Routine
  21. 21. Designing for New Cultural PracticesFind a topic that interests you!
  22. 22. Sustainability and Wellbeing DesignThe Future of the Office
  23. 23. A Communication Designer created a series of new objects for petsand their owners..Projects that explore topics like ourrelationship to our pets.
  24. 24. Communication Design
  25. 25. Lighting Design
  26. 26. Furniture /Product Design
  27. 27. Design forChanging Attitudes
  28. 28. Exhibitions of your project
  29. 29. Paul Hildreth and Chris Kimble -Knowledge Networks: Innovation Through Communities of PracticeEtiene Wenger - Cultivating Communities of PracticeLondon Design Festival
  30. 30. Thank You

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