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Innovation through Design Thinking

 Module: Innovation through Design Thinking CW3: Critical Evaluation Report (20%, 2000 words maximum) – Individual -A final written report which is designed to explore in depth the main properties of creativity and innovation management, in the context of team entrepreneurship. An individual report supported by a portfolio of evidence reflecting on the group process, your individual journey and a personal development plan for the next 12 months. The report will be of no more than 2000 words – as this is a design module there will be no leeway on the word count! READING LIST Books Core text Kumar, V. (2013) 101 Design Methods: A Structured Approach for Driving Innovation in Your Organisation. Wiley Additional books Allen, D. (2015). Getting Things Done: The Art of Stress-Free Productivity (2 ed.). Penguin Books Berkun, S., (2010). The myths of innovation. ” O’Reilly Media, Inc.”. Brown, Tim. (2008) Design Thinking. Harvard Business Review 86(6) Cross, N., (2011) Design Thinking; Understanding How Designers Think and Work, Oxford, Berg Diller, Steve, et. al. (2008) Making Meaning: How Successful Businesses Deliver Meaningful Customer Experiences. New Riders Press Gregerman A, (2013) The Necessity of Strangers: The Intriguing Truth About Insight, Innovation, and Success, Wiley Govindarajan, V. (2016) The Three Box Solution. HBR Press Hoffman R & Casnocha B (2012) The Start-up of You, Crown Business Ismail, S. Malone, M.S. and van Geest, Y (2014) Exponential Organisations: Why new organisations are ten times better, faster, and cheaper than yours (and what to do about it) Diversion Books Knapp,J. Zeratsky, J. and Kowitz, B (2016) Sprint: How to solve big problems and test new Ideas in just five days. Simon & Schuster Merholz, Peter, (2008) Subject to Change: Creating Great Products & Services for an Uncertain World. O’Reilly Media Savasrathy, S.D. (2008) Effectuation, Elements of Entrepreneurial Expertise, Edward Elgar Publishing, Massachusetts Stross R, (2013) The Launch Pad: Inside Y Combinator, Silicon Valley’s Most Exclusive School for Startups, Penguin Additional reading – papers and online resource: Aaker, Jennifer; Smith, Andy. (2011) The Dragonfly Effect: Quick, Effective, and Powerful Ways to Use Social Media to Drive Social Change. Stanford Social Innovation Review,Winter Beckman, Sara L.; Barry, Michael. (2007) Innovation As a Learning Process: Embedding Design Thinking. California Management Review, 50 (1), p25-56, 32p Brown, Tim; Wyatt, Jocelyn. (2010) Design Thinking for Social Innovation. Stanford Social Innovation Review Brown, Tim. (2011) Why Social Innovators Need Design Thinking. Stanford Social Innovation Review, Christensen, Clayton M.; Baumann, Heiner; Ruggles, Rudy; Sadtler, Thomas M. (2006) Disruptive Innovation for Social Change. Harvard Business Review, December 2006 Hempel, Jessi. (2007) How Venture Philanthropists Use Design Thinking to Help Solve Real-World Problems. BusinessWeek, 4025, p8-13. IDEO (2011). Human Centered Design Toolkit. Uehira, Taisuke; Kay, Carl. (2009) Using Design Thinking to Improve Patient Experiences in Japanese Hospitals: A Case Study. Journal of Business Strategy 30 (2/3): 6-12 

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