Profile: Peter Fossick is a seasoned leader in design and innovation specialising in digital transformation using a range of approaches including HCD, Service Design, Zero Based Design, LeanUX and Agile principles to deliver customer-centric experiences within the service-product continuum. He has worked all over the world helping top tier corporations to transform their capabilities, organisations, business models, products and services.
Peter wears many different hats; he is the founder of the IXSD Academy and the Senior VP at Factotum Design. He is the former Service Design Program Director at IBM, has been a Director of Strategic Design at Boston Consulting Group-Digital Ventures and Director at PublicisSapient.
Peter set-up the first BFA and MFA in Service Design in the USA and was the course leader for the MDes in Design, Innovation and Management at MDX. He been a full time lecturer at Glasgow School of Art, Director of Collaboration at SCAD, Course leader at Central Saint Martin (UAL) and a course leader at the Hong Kong Design Institute. He founded the IXSD Academy to help organisations apply design thinking and operationalise design practices at scale.
Presentation Title: How to scale design capabilities to adopt different approaches to innovation and digital transformation.
Outline: Design and innovation as a set of practices is undergoing a significant change within the product-service continuum in the outcome economy. Seismic shifts in the way we work and the impact of digital technology means that we have to deal with increasing complexity as digital disrupts every sector, transforming the services and the products we use.
The increasingly dominant role of agile methodologies and the need to collaborate as we deliver outcomes at speed, has precipitated the emergence of Operations as a way to close the loop between strategy, design and implementation.
Ops is a way of systemising design and innovation using a new and distinct set of approaches and activities that function alongside and dovetail with each other.
This talk will focus the operationalisation of on innovation using a range of approaches and service design in the creation of customer-centric, omni-channel experiences as an approach for digital transformation. I will talk about the changing roles of designers, researchers and developers in the core team and how we measure the impact of design and innovation.
This presentation will show how Ops can be applied to develop capabilities to deliver impactful change and transformation, while working at pace to significantly reduce the time to market of user-centric products and services while unlocking value in the business.
Facilitated by: Peter Fossick
Sponsored by: IXSD Academy
Description: This workshop will look at the people, processes, practices and places needed to embed a culture of innovation. It will explore how Service Design can be used to define a strategic roadmap and how #InnovationOps that incorporates #ResOps (ResearchOps), DesOps (DesignOps), BizOps (BusinessOps) can be used to deliver disruptive and radical innovation by teams. The workshop will look the mechanics of innovation need to support collaborative adaptability to deliver digital transformation at speed and scale. I will draw upon examples from across a range of sectors and focus on project work undertaken in the past few years working with large organisations.
Who this is for?
This workshop is for Senior Stakeholders, Product Owners, Delivery Leads and Lead Designers that want to operationalise an approach to innovation and designing new products and services.
What you’ll learn
• How to operationalise and productise innovation using design thinking and service design methods within cross-disciplines teams
• Productise a set of activities to enable teams to collaborate using an Innovation #Playbook and #Toolkit.
• How to identify value and deliver benefits to the customer and the business
• How to cast teams to ensure design, business and tech can work in a one-team culture to define a strategy and deliver radical and breakthrough innovation.