Exploring Design Management
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Exploring Design Management

Enhance collaboration between design and business to improve design effectiveness
4.0 (74 ratings)
Instead of using a simple lifetime average, Udemy calculates a course's star rating by considering a number of different factors such as the number of ratings, the age of ratings, and the likelihood of fraudulent ratings.
5,314 students enrolled
Last updated 9/2014
English
Price: Free
Includes:
  • 20 mins on-demand video
  • 16 Articles
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Certificate of Completion
What Will I Learn?
  • Explore opportunities in the design management field
  • Become familiar with professional design management organizations and networking
  • Examine design management employment and career trends
  • Integrate design management principles in your professional role
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Requirements
  • Interest in learning more about the design management process
  • No previous design or management experience necessary—just an openness to learn more about the design management process
Description

Design management is a multifaceted field that brings together design thinking and business thinking to create and continuously improve products, services, and experiences. So how do design management professionals effectively facilitate and manage the design process and help meet the goals of an organization? Moreover, what skills and dispositions does one need to be a successful Art Director, Design Strategist, Design Director, or general Art Manager? If these questions are intriguing to you and you would like to learn more about design management, then this course is for you!

Through media and multimedia presentations, you will become familiar with the field of design management and some of the roles and responsibilities of design management professionals. Throughout this course, you will consider how you can incorporate new design management ideas into your own professional, or future professional, career. This course provides an overview of design management topics including design methodologies, innovation, managing the design process, and designing a business model.

Who is the target audience?
  • Professionals from all backgrounds who want to learn more about design and how to incorporate design management in their workplace
  • Anyone who is considering a future design management career
  • Anyone looking to learn basic design management concepts
  • Anyone interested in design management
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Curriculum For This Course
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Exploring Design Management
1 Lecture 01:46
Welcome and Course Guidelines
01:46
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Welcome to the Course
3 Lectures 03:13

Welcome to this exciting course about the field of Design Management!

Exploring the Course and Field
02:30

Resource Suggestions
00:21

Discussion Prompt
00:22
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Welcome to the Field
3 Lectures 01:15
Voices From the Field
00:17

Resource Suggestions
00:26

Discussion Prompt
00:31
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Making Connections
3 Lectures 04:01

View this video presentation on connections and resources for making connections in design management

Making Connections
02:53

Resource Suggestions
00:46

Discussion Prompt
00:21
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Understanding Design and Design Methodologies
3 Lectures 03:27

View this video overview of design methodologies and the stages of the Double Diamond design process (e.g., Discover, Design, Develop).

Understanding Design and Design Methodologies
02:51

Resource Suggestions
00:16

Discussion Prompt
00:19
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Innovation and Design for Innovation
3 Lectures 04:35

This video introduces the topic of design-driven innovation, gives a brief overview of sources and types of innovation, and discusses how design-driven innovations can improve quality of life.

Innovation and Design for Innovation
03:48

Resource Suggestions
00:23

Discussion Prompt
00:24
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Managing the Design Process and Team
3 Lectures 04:20

This video presents a quick overview of all the factors that need to be taken into consideration to effectively manage the design process.

Managing the Design Process and Team
03:32

Resource Suggestions
00:23

Discussion Prompt
00:25
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Designing a Business Model
3 Lectures 04:24

This video introduces business models with a discussion of how business models are rapidly changing and how designing for innovation can help create new business models or even new markets.

Designing a Business Model
03:48

Resource Suggestions
00:16

Discussion Prompt
00:20
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Further Exploration
1 Lecture 00:49

Use this information to find out more about the Design Management Certificate program!

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LDU logoLaureate Design Universities help prepare students for global careers in fields that seek creative thinkers. Through a career-focused academic approach featuring innovative curricula and online learning opportunities, students are provided with unique experiences and international perspectives that will help them succeed as creative professionals and global citizens. The universities that form this group are connected through integrated programs, visiting faculty, collaborative projects, and strong industry relationships. They are part of the Laureate International Universities network.

Further Exploration
00:49
About the Instructor
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Laureate Design Universities help prepare students for global careers in fields that seek creative thinkers. Through a career-focused academic approach featuring innovative curricula and online learning opportunities, students are provided with unique experiences and international perspectives that will help them succeed as creative professionals and global citizens. The universities that form this group are connected through integrated programs, visiting faculty, collaborative projects, and strong industry relationships. They are part of the Laureate International Universities network.