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From the October 07, 2010, 11:59 Pacific Time to the November 08, 2010, 09:59 Pacific time the presentation that was made from this blog's masters thesis is competing at the World's best World's best presentation contest '10 by SlideShare. Here is the link to the presentation: http://www.slideshare.net/vizuarna/m-savic-mbathesisv2-5417630I would like to invite you to view the presentation below or at the given link. If you like it, please vote for me.And please vote below the presentation at the SlideShare site by clicking on the "thumbs up" icon. You will be asked to register with SlideShare (or log in if you are a member already), so few clicks will be necessary. I really appreciate your efforts.[slideshare id=5417630&doc=msavic-mba-thesis-v2-101011174452-phpapp01]...

The masters thesis of this blog—titled Corporate Design Strategy and Branding: the role of Design Management in developing the Corporate Identity—was presented at the Faculty of Economics on Tuesday, September 14, 2010 at 11:00 CET in the small conference room P-201....

In design we are able to name almost 40 career profiles. Human resource expert and author, Roz Goldfarb, explains that not necessarily all of these profiles are from design schools, but they definitely have an important role to play in the design process....

Various studies have shown that designer usually only parts of their professional work really do as designers. That fact alone gives a lot of possibilities to develop a career for designers and design managers alike....

Really interesting to find out that this book has only 60 small pages. I don’t know what I actually expected but this was a nice surprise. In the book, there is some really good advice. To remember from this book, in my opinion, is: successful careers are not planned. … But naturally one has to be prepared for it. Even more, if you succeed you should start developing a parallel career....