A review by sethd
Change by Design: How Design Thinking Transforms Organizations and Inspires Innovation, by Tim Brown

4.0

Brown does a great job explaining his concept of design thinking. He differentiates between design and design thinking and between designers and design thinkers, while making the point that anyone can be a design thinker. This and Kelley's "Ten Faces of Innovation" have not surprisingly a bit of overlap both in concept and in anecdotes. While I didn't read them in this order, I think reading this book first would be better as it is more principle-driven and inspirational whereas Kelley's book gets more into practices and details around different roles that can aid in innovation.