In my PhD thesis, I deal with how design and designers are incorporated into organizations, but even before I started my thesis I had noticed how management and people in different business settings had started to talk about design in a very enthusiastic tone.
According to some we are now witnessing a third industrial revolution that will fundamentally change how and how much people will work. In part two of the report-series on robotization and automation of work, Barbara Czarniawska and Bernward Joerges turn their attention toward the media, to find out how hopes and fears related to robotization are expressed in newspaper articles. Here you can read an excerpt from the report.
Consensus is not the same as unanimity. In a nutshell, unanimity is when everyone agrees and consensus is when no one disagrees. Although this seems like a hair-splittingly small distinction, the difference between the two can be huge in practice.