RSS ISCTE Design and business: growing up as a separate couple

  • Criador do t贸pico Reposit贸rio do ISCTE-IUL
  • Start date
R

Reposit贸rio do ISCTE-IUL

Guest
Breve resumo:
Title: Design and business: growing up as a separate couple
Authors: Duarte de Almeida, I.; Delgado, M. J.; Vilas-Boas, J.; Monteiro, J. P.; Montagna, G.
Editors: WonJoon Chung, Cliff Sungsoo Shin
Abstract: This paper addresses the difficulties faced by postgraduate design students (DS) and professional designers (PD) concerning the design, development and implementation of business projects (BP), and of sustainable management (SM). The DS have not previously attended any specific course, either dealing with BP, or having had training in SM. A test administered to 60 DS enabled to picture issues regarding: (i) the sense of discomfort regarding business and management areas, due to lack of skills, and (ii) the special requirements for skills in unfamiliar areas such as production, management, marketing and product stewardship. The study determined that DS perceive the need for educational policies that allow the acquisition of new skills in the referred areas. However, it seems that they are not sensitive to BP/SM scientific鈥 research importance. Findings point out a direction to curriculum development to bridge Design and Business areas, by overcoming the identified gap.​



Info Adicional:
Title: Design and business: growing up as a separate couple Authors: Duarte de Almeida, I.; Delgado, M. J.; Vilas-Boas, J.; Monteiro, J. P.; Montagna, G. Editors: WonJoon Chung, Cliff Sungsoo Shin Abstract: This paper addresses the difficulties faced by postgraduate design students (DS) and professional designers (PD) concerning the design, development and implementation of business projects (BP), and of sustainable management (SM). The DS have not previously attended any specific course, either dealing with BP, or having had training in SM. A test administered to 60 DS enabled to picture issues regarding: (i) the sense of discomfort regarding business and management areas, due to lack of skills, and (ii) the special requirements for skills in unfamiliar areas such as production, management, marketing and product stewardship. The study determined that DS perceive the need for educational policies that allow the acquisition of new skills in the referred areas. However, it seems that they are not sensitive to BP/SM scientific鈥 research importance. Findings point out a direction to curriculum development to bridge Design and Business areas, by overcoming the identified gap.



Autor:




Clica para continuares a ler...
 
Voltar
Topo