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- Design Thinking for Social Innovation
- Leveraging service design as a multidisciplinary approach to service innovation
Innovations are challenges, characterized by uncertainty, risk and complexity. This makes it all the more important to develop a structure, system and methodology for the development, development and implementation of new products. This also includes a practical innovation process according to different phases, which on the one hand leaves enough space for creativity, but also leads to the goal in a focused manner. The slowest, who does not lose sight of his goal, is still more rapid than the one who is wandering without a goal. Gotthold Ephraim Lessing.
Design Thinking for Social Innovation
Innovation is commonly defined as the "carrying out of new combinations" that include "the introduction of new goods, However, many scholars and governmental organizations have given their own definition of the concept. Some common element in the different definitions is a focus on newness, improvement and spread. It is also often viewed as taking place through the provision of more-effective products , processes, services , technologies , art works  or business models that innovators make available to markets , governments and society. Innovation is related to, but not the same as, invention :  innovation is more apt to involve the practical implementation of an invention i. The opposite of innovation is exnovation. In economics, management science , and other fields of practice and analysis, innovation is generally considered [ by whom?
While we know a lot about practices that stimulate new ideas, innovation teams often struggle to apply them. In this article a Darden professor explains how design thinking helps people overcome this problem and unleash their creativity. Though ostensibly geared to understanding and molding the experiences of customers, design thinking also profoundly reshapes the experiences of the innovators themselves. Carefully planned dialogues help teams build on their diverse ideas, not just negotiate compromises when differences arise. At every phase—customer discovery, idea generation, and testing—a clear structure makes people more comfortable trying new things, and processes increase collaboration. Because it combines practical tools and human insight, design thinking is a social technology —one that the author predicts will have an impact as large as an earlier social technology, total quality management. While we know a lot about what practices stimulate new ideas and creative solutions, most innovation teams struggle to realize their benefits.
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Leveraging service design as a multidisciplinary approach to service innovation
Challenges of Service Innovation and Design Because services are largely intangible and process oriented such as hospital stay, cricket lesson, a football game or a sophisticated information technology consulting service , they are difficult to describe and communicate. Because services are delivered by employees to customers, they are variable. Rarely are two services are alike or experienced in the same way. Because services cannot be touched, examined or easily tried out, people have historically resorted to words in their efforts to describe them.
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