GREAT LINEUP OF COACHES & MASTER CLASSES:
MARC STICKDORN: editor and co-author of the award-winning Service Design Thinking book ‘This is Service Design Thinking’;
ARNE VAN OOSTEROM: thought leader in the field of Service Design Thinking and founder of DesignThinkers Group and DesignThinkers Academy;
TIM SCHUURMAN: highly experienced trainer and facilitator with a background in Change Management and…
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The October issue of the DesignThinkers Academy Network Newsletter is out!
The DesignThinkers Academy Newsletter is the easiest way to keep up-to-date on the workshops and trainings organized by DT Academy but also by members of DT Academy Network working in the Service Design Thinking field all around the world.
Check the following link: http://eepurl.com/4v50z
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Are you looking for a more intensive course to give you a deeper level of understanding of the Service Design Thinking principles, key tools & terminology? DesignThinkers Academy can provide you with a personal coaching programme. We offer two coaching programmes: the first one for Startups in the Service Design Thinking field, starting your own agency in this field and becoming a thought leader for Service Design Thinking. The second…Continue
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The Customer Journey Mapping methodology will help businesses in the service industry unleash collaborative creativity and come up with innovative new service concepts.
Have a look at the pbulication, watch the movie http://vimeo.com/86908428 or sign up for the next Customer Journey…
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Organizations, embracing innovation, have taken the seemingly logical step of designating people to help “foment a culture of innovation.” Enter the chief innovation officer.
People in this role must thread the needle. Taking too light a touch, they may be accused of cheerleading from the sidelines. Taking too…
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The DesignThinkers Academy Newsletter is the easiest way to keep up-to-date on the workshops and trainings organized by DT Academy but also by members of DT Academy Network working in the Service Design Thinking field all around…Continue
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I'd like to write here about our research at the University of Canterbury where at the School of Health Sciences, we have been designing and running workshops on design thinking in education and health. In these workshops, we are systematically examining how design thinking can lead to experience of the state of "Flow" among players. But more specifically, our approach to design thinking has involved a blending of the core principles of design thinking…Continue
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Organizationsthat pursue the inquiry-led form of collaborative innovation often have an outcome in mind. They may seek the “low-hanging fruit” of immediately actionable ideas. They may seek ideas that help to re-envision the business.…Continue
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(English spoken) The DesignThinkers Bootcamp offers a unique team of internationally recognized and highly experienced Design Thinking practitioners from the business, design and academic world. A combination of Personal Coaching, Master Classes and…Continue
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Publication: Service Design Insights. We were part of the 'Innovation in Services Programme' for three years. All results were published and is now also available in English. You can read the approach, tools and methods we used as well as the outcomes starting page 89.…Continue
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What makes an idea “actionable”?
How does the practitioner increase the likelihood that their organization discovers them?…Continue
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When we can be sure of nothing then we must be sure of the process by which we resolve ambiguity.…Continue
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I'm just starting to learn abouth Design Thinking with the Design Council. My project is about the Youth Justice Service. If anyone has experience of using design in a youth offending service, I'd love to hear from you!
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I continue to be amazed by the gifts people bring to the table, above and beyond whatever their title or role might indicate.…Continue
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I am looking for designers to conduct a preliminary…Continue
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Chief strategist Charlie Bangbang has experienced the first evolution of his practice of collaborative innovation at Dirty Maple by applying the blueprint.
What lessons does he take about innovation management? About crowdsourcing? About leadership?…
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I am one of the DesignThinkers USA partners and will be in the Bay Area from 23-29 July. I'll be doing a workshop on the 23-24th. The rest of my stay is all about meeting new people.
If anyone on the DT Network is out in the San Francisco area or knows someone I should meet while out there, please let me know. We are looking to expand our team and network of partner organizations. We want to build collaborative, trusting relationships with people who are passionate about the power of…Continue
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This post is partly in response to a comment on my previous post, partly in response to a conversation I had with a friend about to leave a company she founded and partly because of my own restless mind.
I've been here before.…Continue