352 Seiten, Gebunden, Print PDF, Format (B × H): 221 mm x 224 mm, Gewicht: 948 g
Reihe: Columbia Business School Publishing
Verlag: Columbia Univers. Press
Liedtka / Azer / Salzman DESIGN THINKING FOR THE GREATEFacing especially wicked problems, social-sector organizations are searching for powerful new methods to understand and address them. Design Thinking for the Greater Good goes in depth on both the how of using new tools and the why. As a way to reframe problems, ideate solutions, and iterate toward better answers, design thinking is already well established in the commercial world. Through ten stories of struggles and successes in fields such as health care, education, agriculture, transportation, social services, and security, the authors show how collaborative creativity can shake up even the most entrenched bureaucracies—and provide a practical roadmap for readers to implement these tools.
The design thinkers Jeanne Liedtka, Randy Salzman, and Daisy Azer explore how major agencies like the Department of Health and Human Services and the Transportation and Security Administration in the United States, as well as organizations in Canada, Australia, and the United Kingdom, have instituted principles of design thinking. In each case, these groups have used the tools of design thinking to reduce risk and manage change, use resources more effectively, bridge the communication gap between parties, and manage the competing demands of diverse stakeholders. Along the way, they have improved the quality of their products and enhanced the experiences of those they serve. These strategies are accessible to analytical and creative types alike, and their benefits extend from an organization's executives to its lowest-level staffers. This book will help today's leaders and thinkers implement these practices in their own pursuit of creative solutions that are both innovative and achievable.
Weitere Infos & Material
Part I. Why Design Thinking?
1. Catalyzing a Conversation for Change
2. How Do We Get There from Here? A Tale of Two Managers
Part II. The Stories
3. Igniting Creative Confidence at US Health and Human Services
4. Including New Voices at The Kingwood Trust
5. Scaling Design Thinking at Monash Medical Centre
6. Turning Debate into Dialogue at the US Food and Drug Administration
7. Fostering Community Conversations in Iveragh, Ireland
8. Connecting—and Disconnecting—the Pieces at United Cerebral Palsy
9. The Power of Local at the Community Transportation Association of America
10. Bridging Technology and the Human Experience at the Transportation Security Administration
11. Making Innovation Safe at MasAgro
12. Integrating Design and Strategy at Children’s Health System of Texas
Part III. Moving into Action: Bringing Design Thinking to Your Organization
13. The Four-Question Methodology in Action: Laying the Foundation
14. The Four-Question Methodology in Action: Ideas to Experiments
15. Building Organizational Capabilities