Information design

  title={Information design},
  author={Richard Baskerville},
  journal={European Journal of Information Systems},
  • R. Baskerville
  • Published 1 July 2011
  • Art
  • European Journal of Information Systems
European Journal of Information Systems (2011) 20, 375–377. doi:10.1057/ejis.2011.22; published online 17 May 2011 Design thinking is a conceptual frame being advanced as a paradigm for successful organizational management. It has the hallmarks of a potential management trend that could become emulated and fashionable among ambitious managers (Abrahamson & Fairchild, 1999; Baskerville & Myers, 2009). There are leading books that provide alternative, but consistent perspectives on design… 
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