Managing as Designing

I’m really enjoying this book. It’s been on my list for years and have finally made the commitment to starting (and finishing) it.

The book is a collection of essays that covers many dimensions of how design can be a management approach – in a variety of applications too. It basis most of the theory on architecture, specifically Frank Gehry’s methods, however especially liked the chapter about how interaction design can be applied as management. While pretty different from Dark Matter and Trojan Horses, it too tries to equip the reader with the vocabulary for standardising the way we talk about our work, with a glossary in the last chapter.

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