Twit Rapper: Design Advantage

Twit Rapper: Design Advantage

Twit Rapper: A Book Rapper Book Summary in 26 tweets…
Numbered tweets, 1A= first book, tweet A. Read all 26!

Here’s the first half or 13 tweets from Book Rapper’s Design Advantage.

1A: Design Advantage: The Secret to Creating Long-Term Value. Derived from Roger Martin, The Design of Business.

1B: Speed RAP: Key to value creation lies in the development of knowledge. Solve problems. Turn them into business systems.

1C: The Big Idea: Design Thinking is the new competitive advantage. Think both analysis for efficiency AND creatively for innovation.

1D: Your Challenge: Add Design Thinking to your life and your organizational culture. Explore, experience and exercise design.

1E: Book Review: A business strategy book. Why Design Thinking is important. And a key model for making it happen

1F: Book Rapper Thinks: Roger Martin’s my new design hero! He’s put design back in the centre of business conversations!

1G: Business Paradox: Now or future? Be efficient to exploit now. Be innovative to explore the future. Exploirt both!

1H: Example: McDonalds is an efficient system – big scale, big $$$. Artist typically explores – small scale, small $$$.

1I: Move down the Knowledge Funnel: Mystery= solve a problem. Heuristic= rule of thumb. Algorithm= fixed formula

1J: Examples: Mystery= Artist, Scientist, Architect. Heuristic= Trainer, Lawyer, Sales. Algorithm= McDonalds, MLM, Software

1K: Solve a mystery. Use your new knowledge to create new opportunities for you to exploit.

1L: Turn your hunches into rules of thumb to create an innovative service business.

1M: Simply your rules of thumb and create specific step-by-steps for anyone to implement. eg software.

More

  1. See the video at TwitRapper.com
  2. Tweet with us http://twitter.com/twitrapper
  3. Read the Book Rapper Issue: www.bookrapper.com
  4. Read Roger Martin’s The Design of Business


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