- “Organizational transformation is not an event; it is a process and a continuous one.” What buildings can teach us about organizational transformation.
- Alexander Rose on long-lived institutions: “The crux of anything that’s going to last for a long time is: how do you get good at reinvention and retooling?”
- “Humans have been thinking in maps since the very first symbolic communication systems.” A history of thinking in maps, from Lascaux to Tony Buzan. (H/t Austin Govella)
- It’d be great to learn from the development process of (unexpectedly) successful projects. Alas, we’re not good at documenting the early stages of creative work.
- Can ancient Chinese philosophy make us less anxious about artificial intelligence?
- Q: “What… makes a brand durable even as business models, technology, and consumer behavior radically change?” A: Adaptability.
- Lessons from Larry Tesler on how to deal with complexity.
- Yes, we can design better structural antidotes for misinformation. But structures emerge from business models. Why don’t we start there?
- The HomePod (and its ilk) are new types of products that require a different mental model. My family likes ours, despite some frustrations.
- What’s next for digital design tools?
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