Get to know the SDGC18 Keynote Speakers, Speakers & Workshop Facilitators …

… and find out how they will take you on a journey to Designing to Deliver.

great minds are taking you on a two-day journey on how to ensure the designed service is what is getting delivered and is making a real impact on the world. Join them to explore Designing to Deliver, how we move from using service design methods and tools to delivery, management, measurement, and other emerging topics.

Check out who is speaking at SDGC18 here.

Please note: The SDGC18 call for speakers is closed. SDN will notify all selected speakers and workshop facilitators in upcoming weeks. Thanks to everyone who is interested in sharing their ideas at SDGC18 and took time to submit a proposal. In case you missed the deadline and are interested in speaking at SDGC in the future just follow our social media channels to stay up to date and get notified as soon as the SDGC19 calls are open.

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