I’m reflecting on the disruption of design, which, you’ll note, is a two pronged statement. On the one hand, traditional methodologies of learning design are being disrupted by the realities of the Social Age: the rise of ‘sense making‘ communities, our evolved relationship with knowledge, the emergence of social authority, all of which require a different approach to learning. Then, secondly, the way good design disrupts our routine, breaks habits and enables us to form new ones through constant feedback, guidance and support.
Everything has changed: if we continue to deploy traditional courses, we will get a lower return, because the expectations and capability of the audience has changed, as well as the ecosystem in which those solutions are deployed.
Many of the fundamental business models that our organisations are founded upon are shifting and only agility will keep us afloat: agility in…
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