Tuesday, September 28, 2021 (10:30 am - 5:30 pm)

AGGIORNAMENTO PERMANENTE
IN PERSON
Innovation and design thinking: the keys to make them a lever of success


Green Pass is required for participation in person.
Palazzo Montemartini Largo Giovanni Montemartini, 20 - 00185 ROMA

The creative collaboration that is generated within multidisciplinary teams is the real engine of the development of new and effective solutions to the problems that we face today, as leaders and as agents of change.
What modes of interaction characterize the behaviors (type of questions, language, communication structure, etc.) within the best performing multidisciplinary teams?
Jonathan Edelman will present a new approach, based on research conducted by the Hasso Plattner Institute, Stanford University and the Politecnico di Milano, and will suggest some exercises on the ways of interaction that maximize the effectiveness of the multidisciplinary teams within which it operates. The participants will learn and put into practice five fundamental "performative patterns":

  • MEDGI (Mapping, Educing, Disrupting, Gestalting, Integrating)
  • analytical and generative cognition
  • Media Models
  • the four forces of change
  • the scale of the engagement.

Speaker

Jonathan Edelman

Adjunct Professor, Hasso Plattner Institute for Digital Engineering

Programme

September 28, 2021
10:30 am - 11:45 am
11:45 am - 12 noon
12 noon - 1 pm
1 pm - 2 pm
2 pm - 3:30 pm
3:30 pm - 3:45 pm
3:45 pm - 5:30 pm

Meeting documents

Nota informativa

AGGIORNAMENTO PERMANENTE
IN PERSON
Innovation and design thinking: the keys to make them a lever of success

Nota informativa

Kit

AGGIORNAMENTO PERMANENTE
IN PERSON
Innovation and design thinking: the keys to make them a lever of success

Kit

Documents

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Innovation and <em>design thinking</em>: the keys to make them a lever of success

A framework for innovation in the COVID-19 era and beyond

Johnathan Cromwell, Blade Kotelly

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Innovation and <em>design thinking</em>: the keys to make them a lever of success

Summary: “understanding radical breaks”

Johnathan Edelman

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Innovation and <em>design thinking</em>: the keys to make them a lever of success

Leverage points, places to intervene in a system

Donella Meadows

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Innovation and <em>design thinking</em>: the keys to make them a lever of success

VII. Asking generative design questions: a fundamental cognitive mechanism in design thinking

Özgür Eris

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Innovation and <em>design thinking</em>: the keys to make them a lever of success

Theory U, learning organizations e design thinking. Strategie, strumenti e tecniche per l'innovazione profonda

Rino Panetti

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Innovation and <em>design thinking</em>: the keys to make them a lever of success

Designing as performance: effective patterns of practice for high performance design teams

Jonathan Edelman , Babajide Owoyele, Joaquin Santuber

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Innovation and <em>design thinking</em>: the keys to make them a lever of success

Human-centered outcomes at speed and scale

IBM

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Innovation and <em>design thinking</em>: the keys to make them a lever of success

Why design thinking works

Jeanne Liedtka

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Innovation and <em>design thinking</em>: the keys to make them a lever of success

How great design could fix the world’s ‘wicked wroblems’

Tim Brown, Barry Katz