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

Learning from the Global Community of Dialogic Design

Co-Evolving SDD Practice

In several short years, many leaders and institutions now openly acknowledge the necessity for inclusive social transformation. We also now find stakeholders raising the concern that social change must be driven by participatory and democratic processes. We recognize the fact that our third millennium world needs new methodologies and new tools capable of harnessing the collective wisdom . . . → Read More: Learning from the Global Community of Dialogic Design

Future Evolution of Canadian Governance in the Digital Era

A team of faculty and grad students with the OCAD U Strategic Innovation Lab facilitated a series of civic and expert engagements for an ongoing SSHRC research project on futures of governance, led by PI Evert Lindquist of U Victoria.  The sLab contribution was to iteratively develop a Gigamap, a snapshot of which is shown here. . . . → Read More: Future Evolution of Canadian Governance in the Digital Era

Relating Systems Thinking to Design 4

At the Frontiers of Systemic Design

Relating Systems Thinking & Design 4 Banff Centre, Alberta, Canada Sept 1-3, 2015 Abstract Deadline: Now 12 April, 2015

For 3 years the Relating Systems Thinking and Design (RSD) symposium has convened scholars, design researchers, and serious practitioners to articulate and demonstrate the shared value of a transdisciplinary field . . . → Read More: Relating Systems Thinking to Design 4