Enterprises are behind many of the systems that run human life on our planet: government, healthcare, finance, big tech, you name it. Can we design them to be more useful for people, and more successful in creating a positive impact?
In this webinar, Milan will introduce you to Enterprise Design, an emerging practice aiming to do just that. It requires going beyond the typical scope of design for better products or services, and instead focusing on the enterprise itself as both the environment to reshape and our material to design with. Milan will take you the core ideas of Enterprise Design: an approach for connecting customer-centred product and service development with the architectural changes required to deliver. Combining ingredients of Architectural and Design Thinking with applied Systems Design, Enterprise Design provides a holistic and systemic approach to help you deal with the challenges of innovation and transformation at enterprise scale.
Milan’s work is about design applied to the enterprise level. He is president of Intersection Group and a co-founder of Enterprise Design Associates. Milan works with enterprises of all shapes and sizes to bring entrepreneurship to life: designing brands, products and organisations, operations and systems, to make enterprises actually deliver and be useful to people. His first book Intersection introduces this Enterprise Design approach, and he has been co-organising the Intersection conference series since 2014. He is co-author of Enterprise Design Patterns, and teaches design for innovation and transformation at Telecom Paris and Sciences Po Paris.
Wolfgang Goebl is the founder and President of the Intersection Group, and a lateral thinker and visionary with a passion for challenging state-of-the-practice concepts from new and exciting viewpoints. He’s been working in the field of Enterprise Architecture Management (EAM) in several large companies in Austria for fourteen years now. He is a recognized speaker at various EAM conferences and author of several publications in journals in Germany and Austria.
Be there when Milan and Wolfgang explain the basic concepts of Enterprise Design