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Ph.d.-forsvar: Christian Bason - Leading public design
09.05.17
9:30 - 11:30
Forsvar og efterfølgende reception for Christian Basons ph.d.-afhandling "Leading public design: How managers engage with design to transform public governance".
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Tidspunkt
9:30 - 11:30
Dato
09.05.17
Arrangør
The Doctoral School of Organisation and Management Studies
Adresse
Copenhagen Business School 
PHRs20
Porcelænshaven 22
2000 Frederiksberg
Denmark
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Christian Bason
Christian Bason forsvarer sin ph.d. "Leading public design" den 9. maj 2017.

Dansk Design Centers direktør Christian Bason forsvarer sin ph.d.-afhandling "Leading public design: How managers engage with design to transform public governance".  

Umiddelbart efter forsvaret er der reception i de tilstødende lokaler i Råvarebygningen.

Arrangementet foregår på engelsk.

Om afhandlingen:
Leading public design: How managers engage with design to transform public governance

 The thesis explores how collaborative design approaches are applied in public sector organizations. Drawing on qualitative case studies from five countries, the thesis analyses the leadership behaviors involved in realizing design projects, and characterizes the types of solutions and value flowing from design work. Finally, the thesis discusses the implications of design approaches for emerging principles of public governance.

Primary Supervisor:
Professor Rob Austin
Ivey School of Business
Western University 

Secondary Supervisors:
Professor Banny Banerjee
Stanford University

Professor Richard J. Boland
Weatherhead School of Management
Case Western Reserve Univeristy

Professor Rafael Ramirez
Saïd Business School
Oxford University

Assessment Committee:
Professor Flemming Poulfelt (Chair)
Department of Management, Politics and Philosophy 
Copenhagen Business School

Associate professor Tamyko Ysa
Department of Strategy and General Management
ESADE

Professor Youngjin Yoo
Department of Design & InnovationWeatherhead School of Management, Case Western Reserve University