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01/11
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  1. John Still

    re:…”however how do we expect these solutions to be adopted if our clients or customers don’t even see the problem?”

    This question cuts to the heart of the enduring, persistent challenge of introducing change into the client status-quo process. Not only is there a natural resistance to change but often the more immediate hurdle is resistance to who is introducing that change. Trust and a lot of patience [compassion may even be an appropriate word to keep in mind] when trying to effect change in the system. The alternative, as you point out, is likely the removal of choice due to extreme circumstance.
    Great blog. keep up the good work
    John
     http://www.johnstill.com

  2. Zinni

    John,

    Thanks for your great comment, I love how you state the resistance to change because of whom it is from. I know exactly what you are talking about, just because designers don’t live their lives inside a spread sheet doesn’t mean we don’t know what we are talking about! Businesses definitely need to learn there are things about business that can be learned that don’t happen with an MBA or in a traditional “corporate” environment…

  3. John Still

    …yes….often the best way to introduce change into a corporate environment ,where internal managers are often personally invested in the status quo, is from outside.

  4. Max

    This is Max…will this be submitted?

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