Design Management Research
Research is a bridge between the details of particular situations and broader principles that shape a discipline as a whole. In the realm of design management, this volume crosses the research threshold inductively, moving from the specific to the general. The aspiration is to start translating a rich body of lore into models managers can use to guide decisions. For those concerned with technique, a first group of articles addresses design management research methodologies; for practitioners, a second group offers current thinking on several key design management topics.
Exploring the In-Between: Comments on the Nature of Design Management Research
Design Management Research—Synthesis Squared
A Research Agenda from the Design Manager’s Perspective
Linda Keefe, Ted Shida, and Gary Van Deursen
Design Education and Research: A Theoretical Model for the Future
Brigitte Borja de Mozota
Through the Back Door: The Strategic Power of Case Studies in Design Management Research and Education
Karen J. Freeze
Studying Sensitive Issues: Using a Sample Survey in Design Management Research
A New Perspective on Design: Focusing on Customer Experience
Darrel K. Rhea
Converging Perspectives: Product Development Research for the 1990s
Elizabeth B.-N. Sanders
Outside the Guidelines: Behavioral Influences on Design Implementation
Creativity and Design: Partners in Excellence
Product Innovation: Sweeping Away the Obstacles
One Story of New Product Development: What Can We Learn?
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