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Publisher: Service Design Research UK Network
Languages: English
Types: Part of book or chapter of book
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Expert professional designers always engage with existing organisational design practices (designing). When discussing issues of embedding Service Design within organisations or when aiming to clarify the contribution design practitioners bring to innovation, this distinction needs to be made explicit. What are service designers trying to achieve today and why when embedding designers or design labs within organizations? What are the issues here?
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