Archive for the 'Conferences' Category

Lecturers Info: Entering the Evacuated Field

Sunday, September 17th, 2006

Time is getting closer to the launch of the symposium “Entering the Evacuated field” which will be held September 29th here at Zollverein School of management and design. as promised here are some more detailed information about the lecturers and their topics:

Ole Bouman, editor in chief of the architectural magazine ARCHIS and coordinator of the […]

Zollverein School Blog listed at INDEX:2007

Wednesday, August 30th, 2006

Today I’ve found the Zollverein School Blog listed on the recently released website of INDEX:2007. Haven’t heard about INDEX: yet? Well, after all INDEX: is a non-profit network organization, that focuses on Design to Improve Life worldwide. Here’s a quote from their website:

“The first INDEX: meeting was held from 7 – 11 November 2003 in […]

Exploring the unknown territory

Wednesday, May 24th, 2006

In last month’s NextD interview with Zollverein School’s president Prof. Ralph Bruder you might have noticed Bruder’s reference to Roger Martin from the Joseph L. Rotman School of Management in Toronto.
By the same token Roger Martin has challenged the Business School side by integrating a design curriculum into a business administration programme Zollverein School is […]

Summarizing Davos 2006

Monday, May 1st, 2006

News are spreading like crazy around the globe. The news that written summaries, photos and workshop visualizations from the World Economic Forum in Davos from January 2006 are finally online now first came to my attention via Core77’s: “Monday Morning Must Read” edited by Niti Bhan.
While the original information can be found at Financial […]

Interview with new DMI President: Tom Lockwood

Friday, April 28th, 2006

While I know that most students at the Zollverein School are members of the Design Management Institute (DMI), Boston you might have noticed that DMI has a new President since the beginning of 2006.
This month Tom Lockwood who introduced himself in person to the design management community at the recent European DMI Conference in Amsterdam has […]

Overlap | Non-profit conference on business and innovation

Tuesday, April 25th, 2006

Some good news comes from California about an upcoming event/initiative on the intersection of Business and Design called: Overlap. From simply browsing the list of organizers it seems that again the forefront of business and design thinkers/bloggers is based in the US and California in particular. Just to name a few session hosts: Clement Mok, […]

The world is flat | Zollverein School at DMI Conference

Thursday, April 13th, 2006

During my recent visit of the European DMI Conference I’ve recognized that the design management community is monitoring the development of the Zollverein School MBA with particular interest. While there are some other academic programmes at the intersection of design, business, management & innovation on the European market as well currently the post-graduate MBA at […]

Zollverein School student conference-hopping …

Monday, April 3rd, 2006

After a busy week/weekend I’ve returned from the latest DMI European Conference in Amsterdam lately. Since you will clearly be interested in the essentials discussed there I think it will be a good idea to share reporting about the experiences between this blog and mine since a student from Zollverein School, Peter Schreck, has also […]

The worlds greatest innovation lab

Saturday, March 25th, 2006

On December 1 and 2 last year at the Fortune Forum on Innovation, Stone Yamashita Partners teamed up with GE to present what they have learned together about innovation—and the fusion of ideas that lead to truly breakthrough thinking.
If you missed that event (like i did) you shouldn´t hesitate to go to Stone Yamashita Partners […]

MBA Student Report | Core77: Design 2.0 Conference

Wednesday, March 8th, 2006

Integration of other editors than myself is gaining momentum here on the Zollverein School Blog ;-)
This week MBA student Rolf Mehnert has sent his first sketch of his conference report from the Design 2.0 conference organised by Core77 and BusinessWeek in New York last week. I’ve simply added some more links, placed a trackbak […]