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Decision Fatigue is Why Designers Need to Respect Consumers | Design Sojourn

Decision Fatigue is Why Designers Need to Respect Consumers | Design Sojourn | In and Out of Business | Scoop.it
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Design is a Connector in Business | Design Sojourn

Design is a Connector in Business | Design Sojourn | In and Out of Business | Scoop.it
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Go Ahead, Design the New Business | Design Sojourn

Go Ahead, Design the New Business | Design Sojourn | In and Out of Business | Scoop.it
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EXCLUSIVE: CEO of Nike Inc., Mark Parker on Innovation and Design - Core77

EXCLUSIVE: CEO of Nike Inc., Mark Parker on Innovation and Design - Core77 | In and Out of Business | Scoop.it
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Businesses should Tell a Story and Plant Many Seeds | Design Sojourn

Businesses should Tell a Story and Plant Many Seeds | Design Sojourn | In and Out of Business | Scoop.it

Guy Kawasaki, at a Entrepreneurial Thought Leaders Lecture Series at Stamford, shares insights on why start-up businesses should tell a story and plant many seeds. I believe that any company (not just start-ups) interested in getting their products (or services) out there or wanting making a difference will find his few words of wisdom very useful. You will find this very applicable in a Design Thinking context as well. Enjoy!

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Decision Fatigue is Why Designers Need to Respect Consumers | Design Sojourn

Decision Fatigue is Why Designers Need to Respect Consumers | Design Sojourn | In and Out of Business | Scoop.it
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