Design thinking research : building innovation eco-systems / Hasso Plattner, Christoph Meinel, Larry Leifer, editors.

This book summarizes the results of Design Thinking Research carried out at Stanford University in Palo Alto, California, USA, and Hasso Plattner Institute in Potsdam, Germany. The authors offer readers a closer look at Design Thinking with its processes of innovations and methods. The contents of t...

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Online Access: Full Text (via Springer)
Other Authors: Plattner, Hasso, 1944-, Leifer, Larry J., Meinel, Christoph, 1954-
Format: eBook
Language:English
Published: Cham ; New York : Springer, 2014.
Series:Understanding innovation.
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505 0 0 |t Introduction /  |r Christoph Meinel and Larry Leifer --  |t All Design Activity Is Ultimately Social in Nature --  |t Student Teams in Search of Design Thinking /  |r Shelley Goldman, Zandile Kabayadondo, Adam Royalty, Maureen P. Carroll, Bernard Roth --  |t Team Cognition and Reframing Behavior: The Impact of Team Cognition on Problem Reframing, Team Dynamics and Design Performance /  |r Greg Kress, Joel Sadler --  |t Early and Repeated Exposure to Examples Improves Creative Work /  |r Chinmay Kulkarni, Steven P. Dow, Scott R Klemmer --  |t Impact and Sustainability of Creative Capacity Building: The Cognitive, Behavioral, and Neural Correlates of Increasing Creative Capacity /  |r Grace Hawthorne, Eve Marie Quintin, Manish Saggar, Nick Bott, Eliza Keinitz, Ning Liu [and 4 others] --  |t Design Thinkers Must Preserve Ambiguity --  |t Acting with Creative Confidence: Developing a Creative Agency Assessment Tool /  |r Adam Royalty, Lindsay Noelle Oishi and Bernard Roth --  |t How Design Thinking Tools Help To Solve Wicked Problems /  |r Julia von Thienen, Christoph Meinel and Claudia Nicolai --  |t How Prototyping Helps to Solve Wicked Problems /  |r Birgit Jobst and Christoph Meinel --  |t All Design Is Re-design --  |t Creative Collaboration in Real World Settings /  |r Matthias Wenzel, Lutz Gericke, Raja Gumienny and Christoph Meinel --  |t User-Centered Innovation for the Design and Development of Complex Products and Systems /  |r Lauren Aquino Shluzas, Martin Steinert and Riitta Katila --  |t Connecting Designing and Engineering Activities /  |r Thomas Beyhl, Gregor Berg and Holger Giese --  |t Make Ideas Tangible --  |t A Research Plan for the Integration of Design Thinking with Large Scale Software Development Projects /  |r Thomas Kowark, Franziska Häger, Ralf Gehrer and Jens Krüger --  |t Sharing Knowledge Through Tangible Models: Designing Kickoff Workshops for Agile Software Development Projects /  |r Markus Guentert, Alexander Luebbe and Mathias Weske --  |t How to Compare Performance in Program Design Activities: Towards an Empirical Evaluation of CoExist /  |r Bastian Steinert and Robert Hirschfeld --  |t Design Thinking: Expectations from a Management Perspective /  |r Holger Rhinow and Christoph Meinel. 
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