Design is becoming widely accepted as a method for developing strategy, better understanding an organisation’s customers and stakeholders, and delivering innovative solutions to complex problems. This lecture will introduce the basic principles of design innovation and communicate the value of design as a strategic asset.
This class is delivered as part of DESN9004 Practices of Design Innovation—a unit of study offered through the Master of Design.
The class will be delivered by Dr Erez Nusem. Erez researches design innovation, and emphasises the value of design in realising social and economic outcomes. Through his engagements he has worked with hospitals, aged care providers and government entities to improve stakeholder outcomes and experiences, and to realise organisational change and design integration through longitudinal embedded projects. Erez teaches in the new postgraduate course, Master of Design, at the School of Architecture, Design and Planning
Ranked 1st in Australia and 5th in the world for graduate employability*, the University of Sydney provides its students with the skills and knowledge to be a part of something world changing.
*2019 QS World University Rankings
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