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      February 3, 2020

      Monday   9:00 AM

      Estadio Nacional
      Lima, Lima

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      CIID: Service Design and Change Management (Lima – February 2020)

      In this workshop we equip individuals who are committed to making their organizations more human-centered and design-driven with the tools to do so. We identify gaps and opportunities in your current processes and offering, use advanced service design tools such as blueprinting to create better systems, and plan interventions and low-risk pilots to start making a difference. Additionally we equip participants with strategies and talking points to convince change-averse bosses, clients, and colleagues. This course focuses on advanced service design tools for organizational change, and you or your team work on and are supported through your own organisation's challenges as well as learning from case studies. This course is designed for change makers and the people on your team who are eager to learn and push new methods. Service design uses a customer-centric and systemic perspective to uncover and create a competitive advantage. Service designers understand markets as a correlation of actors and factors where value is created – across industries, sectors, and departments. About the workshop: This is a hands-on, learning-by-doing workshop that combines guided group activities with lectures illustrated by leading international case studies. This course puts into practice key service design tools in designing relevant service propositions that bring value both to customers and the business. The first step in service innovation is to understand your own business as a value-based platform. For that, a new point of view is needed. This intense course will provide you with the tools and guidance to understand your market as a system of value exchange, and to analyze your own current offering or product as a service experience that delivers value over time. The second step of the process is to define value. As we move from product performance to client satisfaction, there is a shift from value on purchase to value in use. For that we need to shift how we define value, from problem-solving (need-based) to problem framing (outcome-oriented). You will learn to define value based on the outcomes your customers want to achieve with behavioral methodologies. The third step is to execute on service innovation by translating value into tangible service propositions, new services, or micro-services that unlock those outcomes. From strategy to tactical design, you will learn to visualize propositions, evaluate opportunity areas based on your (future) capabilities, identify interventions, and design experiences that create value for users, the organization, and the business. Toolkit: Customer journey frameworks  Service experience map: End-to-end customer experience framework. A tool to analyse the service from the customer perspective.  User journey map: Visualisation of user journeys on the service experience map Blueprint: Comprehensive view of the service architecture, front-end and back-end. Service propositions Context-based scenarios: Situations in which a (new) service could add value Jobs to be done: Method to create value based on customer pains and gains User typologies: Behavioural-based segmentation to design services and experience for extreme users. Use case scenarios User stories: Context-based use case using a specific new service interaction or product feature. Storyboarding: Visual story that illustrate a specific use case scenario interacting with the (new) service. This course is ideal for... Managers who wish to learn new approaches and tools to apply to their organization Design professionals with an interest on strategic design, service design or user experience Non-design professionals with or without design experience that have an interest in applying user-centred approaches for service innovation Instructors Simon Herzog, Professional Programmes Manager, CIIDSimon teaches designers about business and businesspeople about design. He is passionate about working in fast-paced cross-disciplinary environments that enable radical change and impact. With a background in sociology from Columbia University, early-stage investing in New York's startup scene, and interaction and service design at CIID, he has worked in environments such as prisons, project buildings, and venture capital boardrooms. This hybrid experience between field work, design, and business makes him particularly attuned to creating strategic and financial viability through service design informed by real-world insights. Or, more simply: creating services that work, solve problems, and delight. Grace Ascusiati, Senior Facilitator Design strategist and facilitator with broad experience helping teams work with the user in mind, fostering culture change, activating creativity, and optimizing innovation processes.Her background in design research has been key in transformation initiatives where understanding both stakeholders and clients is necessary in order to generate processes, projects, and training that align company strategy and culture with people’s needs. She has previous experience developing the Design program for BBVA, and working with companies like Huawei, Mapfre, Telefonica, etc. to help their teams scale and grow their innovation capabilities. Testimonials from previous courses "CIID did an excellent job at creating a course that can be valuable to different levels of experience. We could take away everything from broad strokes to tips and individual techniques. I really enjoyed the examples shared, and the hands-on approach that helped us move quickly into prototyping was great. The instructors were very flexible and tailored the content to our needs."– Senior Experience Designer, Wolff Olins  "The workshop pushed us out of our comfort zone and organizational norm, where we would spend a lot of time debating rather than trying things out. It helped us shift the mindset of our business units to start testing potential solutions earlier and cheaper, rather than waiting until right before implementation when any change would cost a hundred times more."– Customer Experience Executive, Singapore Airlines Cancellation and refund policy Cancellations must be made in writing by email to If you are unable to attend, a substitute participant is welcome at no extra charge. Please provide the name and title of the substitute participant at least 3 working days before the first day of the programme. A full refund minus 10% administrative charge will be made for cancellation received 2 weeks (10 days) before the course. No refund will be made for cancellation after that. “No shows” during event days are not considered cancellations. In this instance payment will not be returned. Payment by invoice is possible – in that case please contact before purchasing. Contact  Find more workshops on the CIID Professional Programmes page.

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