Designing Innovative Events
Designing.Events is a new research based method to easily design innovative events that matter. Our event cards inspire organizers to create meetings that participants really want.
Scientifically developed and proved to be successful in practice
PracticalDesigning.Events is widely used from various companies and event organizers. Design in your team or with your clients events that participants really want.
You can start right away using our graphically designed event cards. In less than an hour, you create a blueprint for your next event.
ScientificThe method was developed based on a research project that lasted over three years. The Danube University Krems, University of Vienna and theLivingCore created a new view on events.
Attend our presentations and workshops:
- April 20th, 2016: Wissensmanagement-Tage, Danube University Krems
- June 9th, 2016: COINs Conference, Rome
- June 24th, 2016: Summer Design Summit, Linz
- October 11th, 2016: International Conference on Knowledge Management, Vienna
- November 29th, 2016: Main Hall A1 Telekommunikation, in collaboration with Danube University Krems
- January 10th, 2017: Xing Ambassador Community, Linz
- January 17th, 2017: theFRESHconference, Multi-City-Meeting
- April, 24th, 2017: Innovate, WU Vienna
- April, 26th, 2017: Wissensmanagement-Tage, Danube University Krems
- May, 17th, 2017: IMEX, Frankfurt
- June, 19th, 2017: Convention4u, Saalfelden
Book your own presentation or workshop:
Globally, the number of events being offered has increased, while participants have less time and smaller budgets for attending them. Consequently, they are becoming very careful about selecting those events that matter most to them. At first glance, it would seem easy to design an event. However, these situations are complex and should be designed meticulously.
We started an applied research project that lasted over three years to analyze the needs and expectations of event participants. Based on our research, we developed a new method that, first and foremost, takes into account why people attend an event. Depending on their expectations, the event design needs specific, customized solutions. In our research, we identified the most important design dimensions and solutions for creating a successful event.
Design your event
We developed Event Cards that cover all our findings with illustrated graphics. This set of cards serves as a tool-kit for designing events within an organization team or with your clients in less than an hour, and the wide variety of cards inspires organizers to create meetings that rock.
Order now the complete set of Designing.Events for 78EUR (excl. shipping costs). Send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org and we send you the box including all event cards and the guide book.
Dr. Lukas Zenk
Danube University Krems
is senior researcher at Danube University Krems, Department for Knowledge and Communication Management, and was the head of the research project. He leads applied research projects in the fields of innovation research and social network analysis. In his studies he analyzes how people in organizations and events interact, and how collaborative innovations emerge. As a management trainer and keynote speaker, he bridges the gap between science and business applications. He was awarded several times for his innovative projects, lectures and talks (www.lukaszenk.at).
DI Thomas Fundneider, MBA
The Living Core GmbH
is founder and Managing Director of theLivingCore and specializes in strategy, innovation and transformation. Trained as a landscape architect and holder of an MBA in innovation, he focuses on the crucial details that often make the difference for the whole. Thomas can draw on a wealth of experience as manager of a number of major projects. His introduction of innovative, entrepreneurial working and thinking to organizations has made a lasting impact on his clients. He is a board member of PDMA Austria & lectures at several European universities.
Univ.-Prof. Dr. Markus Peschl
University of Vienna
is Professor of Cognitive Science and Philosophy of Science at the University of Vienna. His research is driven by the question as to how the new comes into the world, and focuses on the interdisciplinary areas of innovation, knowledge, cognition and the design of so-called “Enabling Spaces,” i.e. spaces for the generation of new knowledge. He is a founder of theLivingCore, where he serves as chief scientific officer. He brings leading-edge research directly to his clients and has many years of international experience in consulting projects. Markus has published more than 120 articles and six books.