Workshops-in-a-Box

Turnkey workshops for trainers to train service designers.

Explore available workshops below. Each comes with a step-by-step teaching guide and a comprehensive training video led by one of our product experts.

Preparation and Planning

Solving User Needs and Assessing Merits of an Idea
• Personas: An exercise using a provided template for identifying a target audience, and parsing its needs.
• Brainstorming Technique: Group Exercise using Alex Osborne’s brainstorming method, with moderator’s guide for extracting ideas from personas to arrive at service idea candidates.
• Service Concept Tool: A group exercise for capturing an organization’s essence whose results help determine whether a service idea is valid for a provider’s mission.
• Service Evaluation Tool: Learn how to achieve group decision-making to examine possible barriers or risks for moving forward with an idea.

Insights and Implementation 

User Experiences and Manipulating Them for Desirable Outcomes
• Influencing Users: Learn to motivate users using a Demand Model coupled with a messaging exercise.
• Discovering User Journeys: Learners build out a journey map template for use in capturing user experiences.
• Constructing a Service Blueprint: G. Lynn Shostack’s original idea for designing services was based on a blueprint, still a fundamental component to Service Design. Learners craft a service blueprint using the template and instructions.
• Touchpoint Planning: Accompanying the blueprint, a vital component for service experiences, is touchpoints. In succession, these are first identified in journey maps, then defined in the blueprint. The exercise involves planning.

 

Testing and Measuring

Measuring User Experiences

Tackles Challenging Concepts to Help Prevent Service Failure
• Prototyping: From a case study, learners then build a service, visually, from a service idea, building a blueprint, and developing a governance hierarchy.
• Program Assessment Model: Learners are taught a diagnostic for service using a comprehensive model that requires piecing apart components. The results show any potential risks; the outcome also can reveal unmet service opportunities.
• Gap Analysis: The perennial challenge for service designers is to measure satisfactory experience. The Gap Analysis model uses a gap analysis. which learners will discover how to set up to evaluate a service. The model requires survey research techniques, which are also reviewed with learners.

 

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