Archive for the 'Student Views' Category

Blog Posting Debut | MBA student: Hannes Hofmann

Friday, April 7th, 2006

This week it’s a pleasure to introduce a posting MBA student Hannes Hofmann has submitted some days ago. In some sort of response to an earlier posting of mine here on this blog Hannes shares his recent musings on the meaning and definition of design with us.
I find his views of particular interest since in contrast to students of […]

What is Design? | Student perspective: Hannes Hofmann, Italy

Friday, April 7th, 2006

I’m impressed, what you, Ralf, made out of my questions or observations regarding to the different approaches to design. I clearly like the way of meta-thinking, just to challenge the pragmatic way to think and act as we practise it in every days work life. So thanks for your posting Ralf.
Now my comments and contribution […]

Core77: Design 2.0 | Discussions on Design, Strategy & Innovation

Wednesday, March 8th, 2006

On February, 28th 2006 CORE77 invited designers and non-designers into the Union Square Ballroom, to discuss how design-thinking can help to reduce complexity. The location was a very stylish room 12 feet under the Union Square in New York. Even it’s almost one week ago I recall the many very interesting people on stage and […]

On Design, Management & Anthropology

Friday, March 3rd, 2006

I recall some early conversations I’ve had last year with the President of the Zollverein School, Prof. Ralph Bruder about the intentions and goals of the Zollverein School Blog.
In contrast to other recently founded schools at the intersection of business & design like Stanford’s (Hasso Plattner Institute of Design at Stanford), the Zollverein […]