Co-design Events : Driving Innovation by a series of events (Programmatic vision)

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Publication BookChapter
Title Co-design Events : Driving Innovation by a series of events (Programmatic vision)
Author(s) Brandt, Eva ; Eriksen, Mette Agger
Date 2010
Editor(s) Halse, Joachim; Brandt, Eva; Clark, Brendon; Binder, Thomas
English abstract
One powerful co-design event is worth a thousand hours of individual work! Driving innovation as a series of co-design events helps mobilize and involve all stakeholders to explore present everyday practices and to sketch new possible futures. But what makes a co-design event powerful? And why are series of events better than a sequence of deliverables and milestones in keeping innovation on track?
Publisher The Danish Design School Press
Host/Issue Rehearsing the Future
ISBN 87-92016-16-2
Pages 70-73
Language eng (iso)
Subject(s) participation and innovation
as series of co-design events
co-design events is for example 'workshops'
on structuring of user-driven and participatory innovation processes
Humanities/Social Sciences
Research Subject Categories::INTERDISCIPLINARY RESEARCH AREAS
Note The whole book 'Rehearsing the Future' is one of the outcomes of the research project 'DAIM / Design Anthropological Innovation Model' (2008-2010) financed by the programme of 'User-driven innovation' managed by the Danish Business Authority. Information on how to buy and order the book - here: http://www.dkds.dk/Forskning/Publikationer/BookOrder
Handle http://hdl.handle.net/2043/15732 (link to this page)

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