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Iskander unfairly trashes ‘designerly ways of knowing’ in HBR

Howard Frederick writes:  The  linked article by Natasha Iskander in Harvard Business Review is an example of ‘Design Thinking Irredentism’.  Irredentism is a movement that seeks to claim/reclaim and occupy lost territory. Iskander seeks to foment the discontent of managers against ‘outsiders’, that new corps of designers that is revolutionizing Continue Reading

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How to promote the enterprising mind-set amongst students

Howard Frederick writes:  In my teaching I have always sought ways to make my students more ‘enterprising’, in the personality mind-set sense.  This means from Art to Zoology, every student can create an (ad)venture, be it social, environmental, business, or whatever. They move from engaged to empowered. They become problem-solvers. Continue Reading

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