Service Design Creates Breakthrough Customer Experiences
A Recap Of The Service Design Network 2010 Conferences
December 20, 2010
Why Read This Report
The 2010 Service Design Network conferences in Europe and the US highlighted organizations that achieved a higher level of customer experience through design innovation. Examples spanned industries as diverse as travel, utilities, manufacturing, healthcare, and education. Because a service design effort seeks to design end-to-end experiences and the underlying business systems that support them, any company embarking on a service design project should expect to re-evaluate its corporate strategy and organizational structure. Chief customer officers (CCOs) should embrace service design as a path to competitive differentiation and partner with agencies that have strong service design practices.
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Table of Contents
- Service Design: Comprehensive Customer Experience Transformation
WHAT IT MEANS
- Chief Customer Officers Will Soon Find Service Design Indispensable
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