Designing A Co-Design Space
Join us for a webinar on Apr 19, 2017 at 4:30 PM SGT.
The process of using systems thinking to immerse experts, users and stakeholders in the design process in organisations is now becoming common place. This is now occurring for organisational development activities as well as the designing tools, processes and ICT solutions. Processes such as User-Centred Design, Co-creation and Human Centred Design are touted as best practice in Participatory Design methodologies. Success of this approach relies on effective facilitation, a shared objective and having a creative space to work within. Some organisations spend considerable resources on constructing creative spaces – are they getting value for money or are they being manipulated by architects and consultants to part with their money for something that looks cool but is not all that functional. This webinar discusses some the attributes of effective collaborative spaces.
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Speaker's Bio: David's early background is in project management in the Australian construction industry on large projects such as Loy Yang power station in Victoria, the Submarine construction facility in South Australia, Bruce Stadium & New Parliament House in the Australian Capital Territory. He joined the Department of Defence in 1989 on the New Submarine Project before working across Defence in the areas of human resources, information, strategy, knowledge, quality, risk and enterprise architecture. After 6 years consulting to government, David is back in the APS managing a large project to connect and share information across agencies and jurisdictions.
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