Tag : service design

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Budapest Service Jam 2014

Budapest Service Jam is a face-to-face, high-energy, global design event where you have 48 hours to change the world. It’s part of the Budapest Design Jams which is a series of events promoting service design and bringing together change makers in Budapest. On March 7, 2013, people interested in a design-based approach to creativity will meet at locations all [...]

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How to thrive, even on Blue Monday

Probably, you were aiming for a 4-star WOW-start this year. And now, gradually all has changed. May be even better, all things of the past seem to remain unchanged. Not a problem, in case you thrive and everything is fine. But did you not reflect to make a WOW-start because you did aimed for that new [...]

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Summary from the first Budapest Sustainability Jam

A little bit more than one month ago, on November 22, people interested in a design-based approach to creativity met at more than 70 locations all over the globe. They worked together in teams for 48 hours to create real-world ideas which can make a difference while being linked to other jammers all over the [...]

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How to welcome the 2013 Sustainability Jam

 Was it not in the heydays of British punk that a punk band named the Clash recorded 48 hours. A youth cry for a real life, taking place only in the weekend. Those were the days of recession, mass-youth-employment and societal  transition. Looking back now, most staggering point for me was that the action radius for any [...]

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How to get a new understanding of your wicked problems?

In the old days your  job as  manager was to describe your own universum, was it not? Once you described your  own territory, you could start controlling the environment.  Using technology on behalf of management science made it possible to create the desired output with the required internal constraints.  As a manager, you did encounter challenges and [...]