What is the right choice for museum curators?

While I stayed in Boston for the conference, I visited Museum of Fine Arts (MFA), Boston and met an intriguing decision-making question. I took a picture of a panel titled Making Choices which says, Every gallery represents a long series of choices. Who decides which works go on view and how they should be arranged? What factors go into making that…

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Research questions about design

At the 2012 International Design Management Research Conference  (August 8-9, 2012 @ Boston), I have attended a group discussion session called Research Methodology Clinic. Its description says, Join us for a group conversation, facilitated by Alison Rieple and Jeanne Liedtka, in which interested colleagues come together to offer feedback and coaching to each other on…

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Decision support tool for collaborative concept evaluation

  Petersen, Soren and Jaewoo Joo (2012), “Improving Collaborative Concept Evaluation using Concept Aspect Profile Method,” in K. Scott Swan, Shaoming Zou (ed.) Advances in International Marketing, 11 (23), Emerald Group Publishing Limited, 207-222. Although concept evaluation has attracted much attention, collaborative concept evaluation has received minimal attention. In this work, we identify problems and propose…

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Money for designers

How much money do designers (and creative professionals) make? According to the Coroflot Design Salaray Guide, design managers and interaction designers make more money than architects and graphic designers, in particular, in North American cities and other international cities. One way to make more money is, I believe, to put some academic flavor. Here is…

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Body-oriented course for business students

My business school, Kookmin University, offers an interesting course called 3C Seminar (Confidence, Competence, and Challenge) to undergraduate students. In this course, students do not read textbooks. Instead, they sing and dance with others and then stage their performances at the end of the semester. Although this body-oriented course has a relatively short history, it will help them be more creative as well as be more cooperative, which hopefully leads them to be more competitive in the long run. Here are a few video clips of the performances which I enjoyed very much.

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