by Peter Merholz at Harvard Busi­ness Blog. Design thinking is trotted out as a salve for busi­nesses who need help with inno­va­tion. The idea is that the left-brained, MBA-trained, spread­sheet-driven crowd has squeezed all the value they can out of their methods. To fix things, all you need to do is apply some right-brained turtle­neck-wearing “creatives,” “ideating” tons of concepts and creating new oppor­tu­ni­ties for value out of whole cloth. · Go to Why Design Thinking Won’t Save You →