Kevin Vallence, author of Change by Design

Challenging Practice, Change By Design

Change by Design: How Design Thinking Transforms Organizations and Inspires Innovation

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  • This unique resource invites individuals or groups to analyse, create and evaluate a defined change in a thoughtful, inclusive and respectful manner. Change by Design is built around six principles:

    Written in plain English, Change by Design reflects how people actually work, learn and talk as they change. This resources has been developed to promote individual and team learning, and can contribute to trust, respect and improved relationships in any organisation.

  • ‘I used Change by Design by applying it to a specific real life work situation related to a change that staff are facing. The application of the Change by Design principles was really effective.’

    Darren Walker, vice president of Education, Creativity and Free Expression, welcomes participants to Change By Design. Scroll down for more videos from the day.

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    While Change by Design is a dynamic resource for companies, communities and organisations, it can also prompt the kinds of conversations we need to have closer to home in our personal relationships. Here’s a scenario to think about:

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Change By Design as a concept focuses on the idea of advancement by way of education, skill development and innovative action. ‘Design’ is used in this context to describe the art of creation, as evidenced in the act of inventing, as well as a strategic methodology for positive personal and social development.