The design of work and the work of design

Design thinking offers a new way of looking at broader business problems.

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By Gary Miciunas

Edition 2 - February 2013 Pages 15-18

Tags: work process • workplace strategy • design thinking

The business world is increasingly turning to design thinking as an innovative way to reconceive products, services and business models. This presents an unprecedented opportunity for designers to expand their scope and influence in the area of workplace strategy. Designers will add more value than ever by applying design thinking beyond workspace design to impact service design. This involves the design of business processes that integrate facilities, technology and work practices. The implications for workplace strategy ...

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