Designing for Circles of Care

Posted from Designing for Care blog on the Rosenfeld site.

Designing for Care introduces the framing, if not the framework yet, of integrating design practices within healthcare as a legitimate practice of care. We are already both direct and complementary healthcare professionals. We care and provide care, both personally and professionally.

There are many notions . . . → Read More: Designing for Circles of Care

Design Leadership for Problem Systems

The full article is currently on Social Design, so first let me send readers to Joana’s stunning new design site.  Here I’ll recap the central theme of Design Leadership for Problem Systems.

The design industry grew rapidly in the 20th century, by satisfying the massive and growing needs of consumer products, industrial systems, and a . . . → Read More: Design Leadership for Problem Systems

The Collapse of American Capitalism, What’s Next?

One of my doctoral committee members, Alex Pattakos, blogs for HuffingtonPost and wrote Meaningful Capitalism: Change We Can Believe In. In response to the article and some of the comments, I said:

Organizations pursuing meaningful entrepreneurship are not in strong evidence by the media. We ourselves should become the new news media that changes the . . . → Read More: The Collapse of American Capitalism, What’s Next?

Values integrity: Leadership means keeping it real

One of the central distinctions in the US presidential election that I’ve seen is that of the candidate’s integrity with their stated and perceived virtues. Barack Obama has led an exemplary campaign, and unbiased observers (of which I cannot really claim to be) would notice that he has maintained a consistent focus on several distinct . . . → Read More: Values integrity: Leadership means keeping it real