News & Announcements
MS SDM Symposium 2023
We are delighted to invite you to the End of Year MS SDM Symposium which will be held on Friday, May 12, 10:00 AM – 5:00 PM at 63 Fifth Avenue, room L 102. A selection of graduating students will share and discuss their capstone projects. Please RSVP here.More...
Management and Social Justice Conference 2023
On April 26 – 29, come together with scholars, practitioners, and students from around the globe for invigorating keynotes and interactive panel discussions, workshops, field trips, and networking sessions. Join us in thinking of management and social innovation in terms of larger questions of social justice to create workplaces that are more democratic and inclusive. MS SDM will be represented at conference with two sessions: Thursday, April 27 (9:30 – 11am) Mutualist Models for a Just Economy (Online Dialogue and Workshop) Facilitated by Sara Horowitz, founder of Working Today, Freelancers Union and Trupo. Author, Mutualism: Building the Next Economy…More...
May Day Picnic
Join MS Strategic Design & Management and Transdisciplinary Design MFA from the School of Design Strategies at Graduate Student May Day Picnic. At the Lawn in front of the Picnic House in Prospect Park, Brooklyn (Take the F to 7th Av, enter from 9th St). Bring Food and Drinks, Wear Something Red, Play or Watch Soccer Match between Profs vs Students, listen to Brass Queens Concert. For ZERO WASTE PICNIC bring your own cups and stuff. RSVP hereMore...
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The MS in Strategic Design & Management challenges students to understand business as an inherently creative human undertaking uniquely suited to confront the massive societal and economic shifts of the 21st century. The MS SDM program is situated at the cutting edge of historic changes in how value is understood and created at large through business management, and aims to continue to set the pace in an uncertain world.
Students learn to utilize Design Thinking (DT) methods within applied and contextual ethnographic/design research projects to develop strategies which can be articulated through business models, organizational innovations, and the redesign of both collective and individual cultures and mindsets.