Book reviews > Thinking, Fast and Slow

Thinking, Fast and Slow is the book of the Nobel Prize winner Daniel Kahneman. My rating of the book is 4 out of 5 stars.

Short review presents the psychodrama with the two characters, Sistem 1 and Sistem 2. Book shows us, that it’s easier to recognize other people’s mistake than our own, among many other very useful cases and examples. For business, for study and our relationships. Did you know that the formula for marital stability is simply the frequency of lovemaking minus frequency of quarrels?

Book contributes heavily to the decision making theory. Although not written primarily for decision makers, this book helps us think better about our decisions.

Cyins of Creativity Leisure&Tourism-, and Agro-Foods Industry seminar

How can tourism business benefit each other? This is a question for many in the tourism industry not only locals in Cyprus.
In a project led by Marko Savić, business designer, Design for Europe, attendees were given the task to delve into the world entrepreneurship through a carefully designed workshop that offered useful insights analysing the classic Business Model Canvas template.
Along the same lines, Benjamin Brown, policy advisor, Design Council UK, informed attendees on the significance of design for the overall image and future development of a company.

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Marko Savić is a skilled presenter with strong presence, multi-language abilities and multi-cultural experiences.
His current field of interest is business model innovation in connection with design thinking. As an experienced design manager and senior lecturer, Marko is an expert in design and brand strategies and project management in creative endeavours.
Consider hiring him four your business innovation efforts.

Citizen Focused Design Challenge 2014: Best Presentation Winners

Some of the world’s top experts in inclusive design were invited to be asked: How can design, architecture and urban planning help develop better, more innovative products, services and environments that are relevant for both private companies, the public sector and the individual?

The purpose of the 24-hour challenge was to demonstrate to a wider audience and workshops delegates the impact of involving a diversity of citizens in the process when developing new products, services or environments that include the needs of the widest possible range of people.