Discover Touchpoint Vol. 9 No. 3 - Service Design at Scale

“Service Design at Scale” is a challenge that has arisen out of success, but has no simple answers. The increasingly large mandate, and set of responsibilities, enjoyed by service designers comes with new challenges. In this new issue of Touchpoint, we turn our focus to making our work grow beyond us; spreading the power and value of service design across entire organisations.

Touchpoint Vol. 9 No. 3 - Service Design at Scale is available to purchase in print (18€ plus shipping) and PDF format (15€). 

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