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This report explores how:
- Service design applies to physical and digital products as well as services
- Today’s informed customers have created a new challenge for businesses
- Service design is similar to design thinking and compatible with Agile and Lean
- Designers can promote low-risk progress through iterative prototyping
- Lightweight, iterative research can keep teams from solving the wrong problem
- This approach offers a common language for cross-silo collaboration