dt4b (Design Thinking for Business) is an International Research Platform that aspires to be the international reference point for the community of practitioners and scholars intrigued by Design Thinking and interested in creating and capturing value for their businesses, looking for robust and new principles and practices, and collectively reflecting on emerging challenges
DESIGN THINKING FOR BUSINESS MANIFESTO
TRANSFORMATIONS IN DESIGN
Interpreting the transformations of Design Thinking in facing new and contemporary challenges in order to frame and measure the value generated by Design Thinking
CRITICAL REFLECTIONS ABOUT DESIGN THINKING
Identifying and reflecting on the limits embedded in Design Thinking with the aim to promote a contingent approach in its application to diverse circumstances
PIONEERING ADOPTION OF DESIGN THINKING
Showcasing and discussing pioneering adoptions of Design Thinking in order to highlight the opportunities provided by its application across multiple fields and industries
dt4b 2020 report
HUMANIZING DIGITAL TECHNOLOGIES THROUGH DESIGN THINKING
The 2020 report describes the role played by Design Thinking in supporting Digital Transformation, investigates its adoption in Consulting Organizations, analyzes the relevance of more than 50 practices and measures its impact on value.
The 2020 report relies on visions and insights provided by more than 400 Design Thinkers around the world. Based on a scientific questionnaire, it provides an international overview of the frameworks, practices and tools applied by leading Consulting Organizations.
The 2020 report has been developed by an International Research Team: Politecnico di Milano, Delft University of Technology, Imperial College Business School, Reykjavik University, Stockholm School of Economics and College of William&Mary - Raymond A. Mason School of Business.
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Dipartimento di Ingegneria Gestionale
Politecnico di Milano
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