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Design Thinking Education as a Way to Promote Innovative Practices in Management: The Case of the IDEA Graduate Program.

Abstract : Management education is under growing criticism and calls for a profound renewal of management theories and practices abound within and outside academia. Creative industries in general, and Design Thinking in particular, are being proposed as a possible source of such renewal. This paper presents IDEA, a new degree where design as a set of principles forms the foundation of the whole curriculum in an integrated way. We present the pedagogical principles and early results, and discuss the implications of such a degree for the students, the educators and the supporting institutions.
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Philippe Silberzahn, Fabien Mieyeville, Renaud Gaultier, Jean-Patrick Péché. Design Thinking Education as a Way to Promote Innovative Practices in Management: The Case of the IDEA Graduate Program.. 3rd Interreg Conference, University of Southampton and EM Normandie, Nov 2013, Deauville, France. ⟨hal-02074484⟩

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