Design Metasystem research project: from linear to non-linear processes applied in the improvement of creation and development of start-ups
Palavras-chave:Design, Design Thinking, System Thinking, Metasystems
Companies have sought to introduce new methodologies for business and project management and development. In this perspective emerged the Design Thinking, a methodology focused on synesthetic aspects and organized in what has been called the mental process of designers within a creative bias. However, Design Thinking has surpassed its original format becoming a business methodology focused on the empowerment of non-designers within a closed perspective in strongly structured and linear. Our purpose is to return to the origins of how to design and enable the design thinking (r)evolution: Systemic, non-linear and meta-discipline, through methods, techniques, and tools appropriate to start-ups.
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