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Items Tagged ‘Service Designer’

June 22, 2015

#embracefailure: Simplicity

By Misty Cockram mistycockram

#embracefailure: Simplicity Can over-thinking really contribute to failure? Wait!! Don’t think about the answer too much. Lorna Ross, Service Designer for the Center of Innovation, shares how simplicity and listening contributed to a solution that reduced anxiety for patients and positively affected the experience and delivery of health care.   >>Center for Innovation

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Tags: #embracefailure, Career Awareness, Mayo Clinic, Mayo Clinic Center for Innovation, Service Designer


April 24, 2015

#embracefailure: Context Matters

By Misty Cockram mistycockram

#embracefailure: Context Matters Discovery through failure leads to successes in the process of innovation. Matthew Moore, Service Designer from the Center for Innovation, shares how diligence and nuances in their research guided the team to answers that changes the experience and delivery of health care for patients.   >>Center for Innovation

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Tags: #embracefailure, Career Awareness, Center for Innovation, Mayo Clinic Career Awareness, Service Designer


April 21, 2015

#embracefailure: Never Assume

By Misty Cockram mistycockram

#embracefailure: Never Assume How does a Service Designer with the Mayo Clinic Center for Innovation embrace failure? >>Center for Innovation

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Tags: #embracefailure, Career Awareness, Mayo Clinic, Mayo Clinic Center for Innovation, Service Designer