Today I was invited to do a lecture/workshop at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Lausanne (EPFL) in Jeffrey Huang's class on the Interactive City where they discuss the future of banking architecture. Jef is at the forefront of design thinking and has taught and worked at Harvard, Stanford's d.school and at Fuji Xerox Palo Alto Research Lab. He also operates his own consulting firm Convergeo. He is currently building up the design lab at EPFL.
I used the opportunity for a webcast with Jef because his thoughts on design thinking and business are really interesting. I must apologize that I bullied him into this, but it was well worth it. Thanks Jef (and sorry for pushing)!
The lecture/workshop I did in Jef's class was on "visualizing private banking strategy and business models"... I'll make the slides available in my next blogpost.