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A Difference of Design

I wish I’ve been the one making those GREAT comparisons between the business- and design-approach done Tim Brown in "Strategy by Design", Roger L. Martin in "Creativity Runs Deep", and Richard Florida in the "Rise of the Creative Class"

LukeW, (http://www.lukew.com/ff/entry.asp?205) and I must admit that I think he has done a GOOD post.

Other perspectives on the different approaches?

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