Service Design For Business

Author: Ben Reason
Editor: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 1118988930
Size: 16,89 MB
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A practical approach to better customer experience through service design Service Design for Business helps you transform your customer's experience and keep them engaged through the art of intentional service design. Written by the experts at Livework, this practical guide offers a tangible, effective approach for better responding to customers' needs and demands, and provides concrete strategy that can be implemented immediately. You'll learn how taking a design approach to problem solving helps foster creativity, and how to apply it to the real issues that move businesses forward. Highly visual and organized for easy navigation, this quick read is a handbook for connecting market factors to the organizational challenge of customer experience by seeing your company through the customers' eyes. Livework pioneered the service design industry, and guides organizations including Sony, the British Government, Volkswagen Procter & Gamble, the BBC, and more toward a more carefully curated customer experience. In this book, the Livework experts show you how to put service design to work in your company to solve the ongoing challenge of winning with customers. Approach customer experience from a design perspective See your organization through the lens of the customer Make customer experience an organization-wide responsibility Analyze the market factors that dovetail with customer experience design The Internet and other digital technology has brought the world to your customers' fingertips. With unprecedented choice, consumers are demanding more than just a great product—the organizations coming out on top are designing and delivering experiences tailored to their customers' wants. Service Design for Business gives you the practical insight and service design perspective you need to shape the way your customers view your organization.

Successful Service Design For Telecommunications

Author: Sauming Pang
Editor: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 9780470740828
Size: 13,51 MB
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Comprehensive reference to successful service design for the telecommunications industry Telecommunications companies operate in increasingly competitive environments. The companies that survive and excel are those offering the most compelling range of products and services. These services are complex since they touch all aspects of business. Service design and implementation skills are therefore the key for staying on top of the competition. Successful Service Design for Telecommunications provides a comprehensive guide into service design and implementation. The author provides a consistent approach to designing scalable and operable processes that can be used when designing a variety of technologically based services; offering concepts, principles and numerous examples that the readers can easily adapt to their technological environment. Key features: Defines what telecommunications services are from business, technical and operational perspectives Explains how telecommunications services can be implemented, including implementation strategies for both new service introductions and enhancements to existing services The principles and management processes described can be used on all telecommunications services (fixed, mobile, broadband and wireless) and technology (e.g. IT and Internet) based services Includes references to the current best practices and industry standards and complements the eTom and the OSS/ BSS models proposed by the TeleManagement Forum Features numerous real-life scenarios and examples to support the discussion on the key concepts of service design This book will be of interest to managers, service designers, project managers, IT professionals, operation managers and senior executives who work in the telecommunications sector. University students studying telecommunications, IT and service science courses will also find this text insightful.

An Introduction To Industrial Service Design

Author: Satu Miettinen
Editor: Routledge
ISBN: 1317181743
Size: 20,53 MB
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Service design has established itself as a practice that enables industries to design and deliver their services with a human-centred approach. It creates a contextual and cultural understanding that offers opportunities for new service solutions, improving the user experience and customer satisfaction. With contributions from leading names in the field of service design from both academia and international, professional practice, An Introduction to Industrial Service Design is engaging yet practical and accessible. Case studies from leading companies such as ABB, Autodesk, Kone and Volkswagen enable readers to connect academic research with practical company applications, helping them to understand the basic processes and essential concepts. This book illustrates the role of the service designer in an industrial company, and highlights not only the value of customer experience, but also the value of employee experience in creating competitive services and value propositions. This human-centred approach brings about new innovations. This book will be of benefit to engineers, designers, businesses and communication experts working in industry, as well as to students who are interested in service development.

Service Design And Delivery

Author: Mairi Macintyre
Editor: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 9781441983213
Size: 14,99 MB
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Service Design and Delivery provides a comprehensive overview of the increasingly important role played by the service industry. Focusing on the development of different processes employed by service organizations, the book emphasizes management of service in relation to products. It not only explores the complexity of this relationship, but also introduces strategies used in the design and management of service across various sectors, highlighting where tools, techniques and processes applicable to one sector may prove useful in another. The implementation methods introduced in the book also illustrate how and why companies can transform themselves into service organizations. While the book is primarily intended as a text for advanced-level courses in service design and delivery, it also contains theoretical and practical knowledge beneficial to both practitioners in the service sector and those in manufacturing contemplating moving towards service delivery.

This Is Service Design Doing

Author: Marc Stickdorn
Editor: "O'Reilly Media, Inc."
ISBN: 1491927135
Size: 14,53 MB
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How can you establish a customer-centric culture in an organization? This is the first comprehensive book on how to actually do service design to improve the quality and the interaction between service providers and customers. You’ll learn specific facilitation guidelines on how to run workshops, perform all of the main service design methods, implement concepts in reality, and embed service design successfully in an organization. Great customer experience needs a common language across disciplines to break down silos within an organization. This book provides a consistent model for accomplishing this and offers hands-on descriptions of every single step, tool, and method used. You’ll be able to focus on your customers and iteratively improve their experience. Move from theory to practice and build sustainable business success.

Service Design For Six Sigma

Author: Basem El-Haik
Editor: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 0471744700
Size: 15,46 MB
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A roadmap to consistent, high-quality service for anyorganization A service is typically something created to serve a payingcustomer, whether internal or external. Some services consist ofseveral processes linked together while others consist of a singleprocess. This book introduces Design for Six Sigma (DFSS), aneasy-to-master, yet highly effective data-driven method thatprevents defects in any type of service process. The particularfocus of this publication is service DFSS, which leads to what theauthors term "a whole quality business," one that takes a proactivestance and gets things right the first time. Not only does thewhole quality business produce a high-quality product and offerhigh-quality services, but it also operates at lower cost andhigher efficiency, throughout the entire life cycle, than itscompetitors because all the links in the supply chain areoptimized. Following a detailed overview that sets forth the basic premise andkey concepts of service DFSS, the authors offer all the informationand tools needed to take advantage of service DFSS within their ownorganizations, including: * Clear and in-depth coverage of the philosophical, organizational,and technical aspects of service DFSS * Step-by-step roadmap of the entire service DFSS deployment andexecution process * Full discussions of all the key methods involved in service DFSS,including axiomatic design, design for X, the theory of inventiveproblem solving (TRIZ), transfer function, design scorecards, andTaguchi's method * Practical, illustrative examples that demonstrate how the theoryis put into practice * Assistance in developing the necessary skills in applying DFSS inorganizational settings Problems and their solutions are provided at the end of eachchapter to help readers grasp the key concepts they need to moveforward in the text. Acclaro DFSS Light(r), a Java-based softwarepackage that implements axiomatic design processes discussed inChapter Eight, is available for download from an accompanying Wileyftp site. Acclaro DFSS Light(r) is a software product of AxiomaticDesign Solutions, Inc. This book is ideal as a reference to service DFSS for corporateexecutives, quality control managers, and process engineers, or asa complete training manual for DFSS teams. It is also a superiortextbook for graduate students in management, operations, andquality assurance.

Service Design And Competition In Business Information Services

Author: Bashyam T. C. A.
Editor:
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Business Engineering And Service Design With Applications For Health Care Institutions

Author: Oscar Barros
Editor:
ISBN: 9781606496268
Size: 19,65 MB
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This book provides the foundations of Business Engineering, reviews several disciplines integrated within its methodology, and presents plentiful evidence of its power by giving detailed real application cases, including very impressive results in private and public situations. In particular, a varied selection of cases of health services design are described in detail, including enterprise architecture design in private and public situations, hospital configuration design, resource planning processes design, and operating processes design. In all the health cases, solid empirical evidence is given about the benefits that can be generated by a well-founded design of their services.

Service Design

Author: Andy Polaine
Editor: Rosenfeld Media
ISBN: 1933820616
Size: 10,65 MB
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Service Design is an eminently practical guide to designing services that work for people. It offers powerful insights, methods, and case studies to help you design, implement, and measure multichannel service experiences with greater impact for customers, businesses, and society.

Service Design

Author: Great Britain. Office of Government Commerce
Editor: The Stationery Office
ISBN: 0113310471
Size: 10,88 MB
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The Service Design phase of the ITIL Service Lifecycle uses business requirements to create services and their supporting practices. This volume covers design principles for applications, infrastructure, processes and resources, as well as sourcing models. Service managers will also find guidance on the engineering of sound requirements, supplier management and design considerations for outsourcing.