The Design Management Journal is a refereed journal devoted to articles and academic research exploring how design—in products, communication, and environments—is an essential resource, a component of every organization that can be effectively managed to make important contributions to the bottom line and to long-term success. Published once per year, the Journal is dedicated to the highest standards of research, scholarship, and education. Contributors include today’s leading educators and practitioners. Articles are selected by the editorial committee from leading design education conferences.
A subscription to the Journal is included with subscriptions to the quarterly Design Management Review. All DMI membership categories include a subscription to the Review and Journal, as well as access to all back articles.
Together, the Journal and the Review form the world’s largest body of knowledge on the business of design. Both the DMI Journal and the Review are published and distributed by Wiley-Blackwell, the world’s leading professional, academic, and society publisher.
Prior to 2007 the Design Management Journal was published under the name DMI Academic Review.
Vol. 8, No. 1, Design Management Journal 2012
Change is constant, yet frequently papers about design or business begin with a warning to take head of change and to prepare ourselves for the challenges ahead. Such papers then go on to offer new frameworks, toolkits, and approaches to achieve...
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The articles in this Journal are:
Coping with Uncertainties: the Little Secret of Design Leaders
Could Design Leadership Be Personal? Forecasting New Forms of "Indie Capitalism"
Design Leadership in a Vortex of Change
Frontline Roles for Design Leaders in the Multiverses of Business
Gaps in Organizational Leadership: Linking Strategic and Operational Activities through Design-Led Propositions
The Impact of CEOs' "Design-driven" Decision-Making in the Korean Automobile Industry
Visualization in Reflective Practice-Support for Management
What Drives Organizations to Employ Design-Driven Approaches? A Study of Fast-Moving Consumer Goods Brand Development