by Dave Gilmore
September 23, 2021
DI’s Dave Gilmore examines the essence of mutual dependence in sustained social and business contexts.
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Bringing disparate parties together requires both listening to and hearing the other, and somewhere in the exchange, common threads will
emerge. Make no mistake about it - this is hard and emotionally draining work. It calls for the best of each to let go of the worst of each.
September 20, 2021
In this eight-decade personal reflection, Dr. Sharon Egretta Sutton, FAIA, recounts the interplay of obstacles and opportunities she experienced — and offers advice for professional inclusion
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September 13, 2021
Multiple Perspectives Enhance the Design Process
It’s been a year and a half like no other – a time when the closure of many offices and workplaces due to COVID-19 signaled a new era of working from home. As we begin to emerge from isolation, undoubtedly there will be personal lessons to share.
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September 8, 2021
An essay by Jim Anderson of DIALOG.
DIALOG is a design practice that is rooted in and works across Canada. While large geographically, Canada is actually fairly small by any other measure—yet Canadians are diverse and have a wide-ranging perspective. Even though our regions are sparsely populated, we have our regional differences.
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August 31, 2021
What exactly does inclusive interdependence mean? Google (via Oxford Languages) defines these terms as:
“Inclusive, or inclusivity: not excluding any of the parties or groups involved in something.”
“Interdependence: the dependence of two or more people or things on each other.”
Seems the same, right? Not quite …
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