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How to Prototype a Game in Under 7 Days: Tips and Tricks from 4 Grad Students Who Made Over 50 Games in 1 Semester

Gabler, K., Gray, K., Kucic, M., and S. Shodhan. “How to Prototype a Game in Under 7 Days: Tips and Tricks from 4 Grad Students Who Made Over 50 Games in 1 Semester”. Gamasutra. October 26, 2005. Rapid is a

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Créateurs d’automobiles : la gestion des designers chez Renault

Le Quément, P. 2005. Créateurs d’automobiles : la gestion des designers chez Renault. Journal de l’École de Paris du management. Déc. 2005. Design industriel Tous les objets qui nous entourent ont été fabriqués en série par des machines dans des

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The Innovator’s DNA

What makes innovators different? Associating The ability to successfully connect seemingly unrelated questions, problems or ideas from different fields. It’s like a mental muscle that can grow stronger by using the other skills. Questioning Innovators constantly ask questions that challenge common

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Neurotic Style and Organizational Pathology

Miller, D., Kets De Vries, M. F. R. (1984). Neurotic Style and Organizational Pathology. Strategic Management Journal, Vol. 5, pp. 35-55. A certain amount of similarity between findings from a psychoanalytic practice and consulting in organizations. Some neuroses may be

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Le paradoxe d’Icare

Miller, D. (1992). Chapitre 1 dans Le paradoxe d’Icare: comment les grandes entreprises se tuent à réussir, La Presse de l’Université de Laval, 475 p. Son principal avantage se soit finalement avéré la cause de son échec. Ces entreprises amplifient

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Success according to Churchill

Success consists of going from failure to failure without loss of enthusiasm. – Winston Churchill

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