September 21, 2009 3:11pm
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The TED Conferences are routinely among the most exciting and stimulating gatherings of interesting people each year. Frog design’s Design Mind magazine has very quickly become a great resource for great ideas about design, business, and innovation. Today, they join together in a very special issue of Design Mind, “The Substance of Things Not Seen,” which chronicles the recent TED Global conference, which was held in London in July.

We’re delighted to reveal that we’re a part of a special section of the issue on “The Meaning of Business,” which presents three major new works on innovation. Dev’s piece, “Innovation Starts With Empathy,” joins articles from Beth Comstock, CMO of GE, and Henry Terri, Senior VP and Head of Nokia Research Center in a big discussion on the role that the lives of real people play in business. Dev draws on work from Wired to Care and experiences at Jump to define how to put empathy at the core of your growth engine.

Best of all, it’s free to read online. Check it all out here!

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