Dr Sabine Junginger

Junginger
Past Staff Member
Lecturer, April 2007 to March 2012
Design in the Organization, Design and Change, Design Management, Design Thinking, Human-Centered Product Development, Design Theory
Sabine explores the meanings, roles and values human-centered design thinking and design methods have for organisations. One of her goals is to provide tools for designers and managers that show the many ways in which design can and is being used within the organisation. This includes visual tools for designers and managers to evaluate and reflect on the roles they assign design. She studies the links that exist between design and change and the implications this has for design in the organisation.

Her work has received attention from both designers (see IDSA/ICSID, San Francisco, 2007) and managers (see The Economic Power of Design, Tel Aviv 2008). It builds on her dissertation "Change in the Making: Organizational Change Through Human-Centered Product Development," where she shows how design thinking and design methods can change large and complex organisations (The United States Postal Service, The United States Internal Revenue Service and the Australian Tax Office).

Updates and Outcomes

Integrating Evidence-Based Design and Experience-Based Approaches in Healthcare Service Design

OutcomeJournal Paper

Health Environments Research and Design Journal (Summer 2011) Objective: To investigate the connections between, and respective contributions of, evidence-based and experience-based methods in the redesign of healthcare services. ...More information

International Doctoral Seminar: The Convergence of Design + Management in Kolding

Roughly twenty international doctoral students will gather in Kolding from 7th – 10th June 2011 to learn about the current convergence of Design + Management

This four-day research seminar is hosted by the Centre for Design, Culture & Management (CDCM), which is established and run as a...Read full update

EAD 2011 Paper Presentation

Event6 years, 7 months and 9 days ago

4th of May 2011, European Academy of Design Conference, Porto, Portugal

Can the Chile Miner Rescue Operation in 2010 help us understand practices, methods and concepts of human-centered design? If so, what can we learn?

Research into design can take many forms and approaches....Read full update

Creating Sustainable Frameworks for Service Redesign at Practice Level in the NHS

Outcome

The National Health Service (NHS) in England is pursuing a programme of transformation through innovation, aiming to ‘provide High Quality Care for All in an NHS fit for 21st century and beyond’. Practice Based Commissioning (PBC) is one key strategy, devolving responsibility for commissioning of...More information

Clinicians as service designers? Reflections on current transformation in the UK health services

OutcomeConference Paper

The British National Health Service (NHS) has been involved in profound transformation tokeep pace with, and shape, changes in our society. Innovation has been driven by thenecessity to transform old hierarchical and paternalistic models into a modern health system,moving care closer to home,...More information

International Doctoral Seminar: The Convergence of Design + Management in Kolding

Roughly twenty international doctoral students will gather in Kolding from 7th – 10th June 2011 to learn about the current convergence of Design + Management

This four-day research seminar is hosted by the Centre for Design, Culture & Management (CDCM), which is established and run as a...Read full update

EAD 2011 Paper Presentation

Event6 years, 7 months and 9 days ago

4th of May 2011, European Academy of Design Conference, Porto, Portugal

Can the Chile Miner Rescue Operation in 2010 help us understand practices, methods and concepts of human-centered design? If so, what can we learn?

Research into design can take many forms and approaches....Read full update

You can find a list of Sabine Junginger's publications on the Lancaster University research pages.