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July 16th, 2009    Subscribe to comments on this post

Think Again….

The MIT Sloan Management Review has posted a new special report on Design Thinking.” Design thinking — distinct from analytical thinking — has emerged as the premier organizational path not only to breakthrough innovation but, surprisingly, to high-performance collaboration, as well. ” The report, including articles, interviews, illustrated cases and research findings, is online. (Capella community members can access the publication in the library.)

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