As some of you know Dave Gray, a founding member of VizThink, has been working on his new book “Knowledge Games: The Visual Thinking Playbook” along with co-authors Sunni Brown (VizThink Austin) and James Macanoufo (XPLANE).
“We’re moving from an industrial to a knowledge economy, where creativity and innovation will be the keys to value. New rules apply. Yet 200 years of industrial habits are embedded in our workplaces, our schools and our system of government. How must we change our work practices to win in the 21st Century?
Knowledge games is a playbook for people who want to design the future, to change the world, to make, break and innovate. It’s a rough-and-ready toolkit for inventors, explorers and change agents who want to use design thinking to navigate successfully in complex and uncertain knowledge and information spaces, to engage others, and to start, grow and sustain movements for change.”
While we here at VizThink will no doubt be taking a closer look at the book as it’s release date approaches, Dave recently spoke about the book, and the ideas behind it at ixDA‘s Interaction10 conference – I’ve embedded the talk below: http://vimeo.com/9658327