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DEVELOPING COLLABORATION PRACTISES: MODELING THE COMPONENTS OF INDUSTRIAL DESIGN NETWORK

DEVELOPING COLLABORATION PRACTISES: MODELING THE COMPONENTS OF INDUSTRIAL DESIGN NETWORK

Year: 2004

Section: MULTIDISCIPLINARY ASPECTS OF DESIGN

Editor: Marjanovic D.

Author: Hakatie A.

Section: MULTIDISCIPLINARY ASPECTS OF DESIGN

Pages: 1039 - 1044

Abstract

In many respects Industrial design (ID) is outsourced knowledge in the Finnish B-to-B engineering industry. More than occasionally attempts to integrate the external ID work result try-outs in which the company fails to achieve a successful experience of using ID. It is often assumed that the sources of these miscarriages are caused only by incompetence of ID consultants or poor briefing. The latter can be also consequences rather than causes created by unsuitable mix of collaboration practises that are incompatible with internal capability and objectives. The key research question is to model the components of collaboration practises.

Keywords: industrial design, network, collaboration strategy

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