From IDEO's Human-Centered Design Toolkit. Also from a very good blog post from Andrew Chen, "Does every startup need a Steve Jobs"?

Infographic showing design thinking

The Sustained Effort Necessary to Fulfill Human-Centered  Design Practices: adapted from IDEO Human-Centered Design.

The Sustained Effort Necessary to Fulfill Human-Centered Design Practices: adapted from IDEO Human-Centered Design.

*He’s the maestro of design diagrams. *I’m alarmed to realize that my adaptation of Hugh’s diagram, which I called “Anticonventional Products,” lacks any category for “unsuccessful products.” It’s strange to overlook the vast host of product failures. Oh well, back to the drawing board. http://www.dubberly.com/wp-content/uploads/2001/03/10_successful_product.png *Yes, there is more. OF COURSE there is more.

The Hugh Dubberly successful product

Business model Canvas meeting Human centric Design. | # SEE: https://www.pinterest.com/pin/368943394454427870/

Hani W. Naguib on

The central idea underlying organizational health is the best way to run a business is to balance short-term performance and long-term health.

Hashtag #DiagramoftheDay sur Twitter

Innovating User Value - The Interrelations of Business Model Innovation, (Service) Design Thinking and the Production of Meaning

The process of productisation, from disparate to boxed ideas.

El proceso de la innovación en 4 etapas #infografia #infographic #innovation

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