Creating long-lasting and fruitful relationships with clients requires that we see ourselves as more than problem solvers. Getting to clients’ deep foundational issues, assessing their long-term goals, and managing multiple perspectives are necessary to build these partnerships.
This article is for subscribers only.
Please NoteExisting members: if you have not logged in since August 21, 2012 please reset your password before logging in as we have transitioned to a new system that requires a new password.
If you are already a Design Futures Council member or DesignIntelligence yearly subscriber, and don't have an account, please contact us and we will set it up for you.
A destabilization of older markets yields new zones of opportunity Read full »
Design firms that plan and implement successful leadership transition are well-positioned to build upon their legacies and achieve new levels of growth and success. Read full »
Tackling the ubiquitous, disruptive nature of exponentially increasing computing power Read full »
U.S.-based multinational firms are thriving in a growing global market Read full »
DI.net RSS Feeds
DI.net on Twitter
- Foster to Break Ground on Norton Museum Expansion in Florida | ArchDaily ow.ly/Y0sOY15 hours ago by @dinet
- This House Costs Just $20,000—But It’s Nicer Than Yours | Co.Exist | ideas + impact ow.ly/Y01fs2 days ago by @dinet
- For Affluent Millennials, Fine Art Is Going, Going, Gone--Online | Fast Company | Business + Innovation ow.ly/Y013V2 days ago by @dinet