I have a new article about design thinking and risk in the Spring 2007 issue of Rotman Magazine (PDF download). It’s on page 57 of what is a quite impressive collection of articles — lots to chew on in there. Low risk, I assure you.
This one, as with Getting to Where You Want to Go, is a result of my continuing professional collaboration with Ryan Jacoby, one of my colleagues at IDEO.
As always, please let me know what you think with an email or a comment below.
update 28may07: I’m pleased to announce that this article can now be found over at BusinessWeek magazine
The Rotman Risk Issue
Via Diego Rodriguez c/o metacool Ive learned about the new issue of the Rotman School of Management Magazine (current pdf).
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