Kenneth Boulding: Designing the Designers

“I suppose what I am really suggesting is a kind of third order mutation to redesign the institutions that design the designers of the designers. This may sound ambitious, but it is, I think, the only response which is likely to deal with quiet extraordinary crises of our times.”

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Announcing RSD5, Relating Systems Thinking to Design 5

RSD5  Systemic Design for Social Complexity

Relating Systems Thinking and Design 5 Symposium OCAD University      Toronto, Canada      October 13-15, 2016

The RSD series has advanced an agenda for exploring a strong integration between systems thinking and design to take on the most important challenges facing our planet today. RSD4 held in Banff, Canada September 2015 . . . → Read More: Announcing RSD5, Relating Systems Thinking to Design 5

RSD4 – Relating Systems Thinking to Design

The RSD symposium series has been held each year for four years now, sponsored by AHO (Oslo School of Architecture and Design) from 2012-2014 and this year in Banff. Organized by a four-person team of co-chairs, a group of great reviewers and capable volunteers, we’ve kept the symposium intimate and lightweight, affording a memorable experience. . . . → Read More: RSD4 – Relating Systems Thinking to Design

Healthcare Design as Extraordinary Service

Lisa Norton, a professor in the School of the Art Institute of Chicago, conducted an interview with me earlier this year for Integral Leadership Review and also published it on her own Design Being.  Titled Healthcare Design as Extraordinary Service, its available both online and as a PDF article. Several paragraphs are included herein to bring this back home to . . . → Read More: Healthcare Design as Extraordinary Service