Joseph M. Katz Graduate School of Business, University of Pittsburgh

November 7, 2008 in Notes from the Field

Mick McManus spoke to business school students about how the key principles of design thinking can be applied to business challenges, and how MAYA is using them not only to create more satisfying user experiences but also to drive change in traditional, product-centered organizations.

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