The challenges of adopting design-led innovative strategies in not for profits the role of consumers, culture and employees

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IEEE
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Conference Proceeding
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2013 IEEE-Tsinghua International Design Management Symposium: Design-Driven Business Innovation, TIDMS 2013 - Proceedings, 2013, pp. 284 - 293
Issue Date:
2013-12-02
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© 2013 IEEE. Major changes to regulations, funding and consumer demand in the Australian aged care industry are driving not for profits in this sector to reshape and rethink the services they offer and the ways in which they deliver their services to consumers. Many not for profit organisations facing these new challenges are also facing organisational cultural barriers in the development and implementation of innovative strategies. This paper presents a case study where one organisation, using design led innovation, explored consumer insights and employee values to find new ways to facilitate change.
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