Designing the New Enterprise: Issues and Strategies

PatrickV:

Panarchy (Business is a Roller Coaster) as part of designing the new enterprise: Growth (Part 1), Refinement (Accumulation, Part 2), Disruption (Release, Part 3), Renewal (Part 4)

Originally posted on On Web Strategy | Dion Hinchcliffe:

I’m looking forward to traveling to Paris, France the week after next to provide the opening keynote to the Intersection Conference. Intersection is an intriguing new multi-disciplinary event organized by Milan Guenther that’s intended to explore how we should design our organizations for the future. Milan also wrote a terrific book by the same name, which I urge you to read as well. The write-up for the conference itself says it best:

The role of design in economy and society is shifting. We see disciplines such as Service and Interaction Design moving beyond individual services and their digital components, to tackle experiences between enterprises and their audiences.

Enterprises and entrepreneurship are everywhere, playing a vital role in our lives. They are ubiquitous in the mass of organisations of all sizes we are in touch with as consumers, employees, investors, or in other roles.

This event is about designing…

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