Examining a planning discourse: how a manager represents issues within a planning frame and how the others could do the same

@inproceedings{Sarkkinen2004ExaminingAP,
  title={Examining a planning discourse: how a manager represents issues within a planning frame and how the others could do the same},
  author={Jarmo Sarkkinen},
  booktitle={PDC},
  year={2004}
}
The aim of Participatory Design (PD) is to involve the users in the design. Even though the research has shown the success of PD projects in empowering users, little has been said about PD practices within accountable organizations. To transfer PD practices to these business organizations, we need to understand design as an institutional discourse. This paper discusses a sequence of organizational planning interaction and demonstrates how a manager represents the issues within a planning frame… CONTINUE READING

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